Total Time
10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is the recipe I use for my family and its always a hit. I use an equal amount of finely chopped hard boiled egg added to a can of tuna (I prefer the albacore tuna). For those who don't care for a strongish fish flavor in their tuna salad, this'll do it for you. It truely is awesome. Enjoy!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Drain tuna and place in a small mixing bowl.
  2. Finely chop boiled eggs and add to tuna.
  3. Finely chop red onion (or onion of your choice) and add to tuna and egg.
  4. Using a fork or masher, combine these ingredients well.
  5. Add celery seed or celery salt.
  6. Add Mayo (or Miracle Whip).
  7. Add mustard.
  8. Mix everything well. Go easy on the seasoning and dressing. You can always add more to suit your taste.
Most Helpful

3 5

I prefer to use green onion including a bit of the green part for color. It's milder than red onion. Personally, I don't add mustard at all. Albacore tuna has such a mild taste I think mustard overwhelms the flavor of the tuna. And always Hellman's mayonnaise. I rarely add celery because it "weeps" into the tuna salad especially if you have any left-over.

4 5

Yum! I used two eggs to one can of tuna and added some fresh, diced, seeded tomato. The previous posters comment about powdered mustard threw me off and I used powdered mustard... I should have used prepared! All I could taste was mustard, and I had to double everything to make it better. Totally my fault, but for anyone else... 1-2 tablespoons means prepared mustard!

5 5

Simple, but flavorful way to make both plain "tuna salad" as well as this combo. I always add mustard (powdered preferably) to my tuna and it turns out with that added depth that lacks from just tuna w/ mayo and black pepper. This will become my new standard way of making these!