I made these for the office and they were DELICIOUS-everyone loved them! Fast and easy to prepare and so pretty on a platter. Thank you for a great recipe, Claudia Dawn! Made for the Think Pink Tag Game In Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, October 2008.
Very yummy and what a pretty presentation. I've made something similar in the past but just used plain tuna salad. This recipe is much tastier! I admit to forgetting to mix the peas in. Silly. I had them cooked and drained and sitting in a bowl and then just plain forgot to add them. On the other hand I really liked how they ended up looking with the peas on top. Very pretty!! Don't skimp on the dill and use fresh if at all possible.
I made a version of these a while ago, using shrimp salad instead of tuna, thinking that I was being so original. Oh well. I shall try these, as they do look good as well, and not as costly. Thank you.
This is good but a little bland for me. I used a 15oz can chickpeas in place of the tuna. Next time I'd use more miracle whip and less sour cream. I like the added texture and sweetness from the peas, and I love the hard boiled eggs. Really it all comes down to how you like your tuna salad. I'll try this idea again with my usual version + the peas/eggs. Thanks!
FALL PAC 2008: I made this for lunch for us this weekend! A nice change of pace for tuna salad!! I like the shells - perfect for a bridal/baby shower or party appy!!
I love this recipe. I have used time and time again. It packs well for a picnic.
A nice variation on tuna pasta salad which we enjoyed. I think this will be very nice to serve at a luncheon or to bring to a potluck. Next time I may sprinkle a bit of paprika over the tops to add a little color. Thanks for sharing!