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What a great recipe. The flavors were wonderful. I used this as a main dinner dish so I added about 2 cups of cooked rotoni pasta. Will make this again very soon....Thanks Toni for posting.
Tuna Salad is one of my favorites and I've always had it with eggs and some sort of pickles. Well this was just so much better. Light and fresh with just wonderful flavors. The lemon is a must and just makes this tuna salad stand out from any that I've ever tried. I love lemon on my fish, so I knew when I found this it was going to be great. Absolutely loved it. Saying all that, I did cut back a little on the mayo/sour cream mixture and added an additional can of tuna and more lemon just, because I love lemons. Goes right into my favorite cookbook. Thanks Toni.
I love the lemon in the salad! Made as a salad, then as a sandwich. Thanks Toni! Made for the Potluck game.
This has a really great taste and smell. My BF ate it in a sandwich and everybody at work were jealous of his sandwich loll Thanks Toni :)
Used this filling to make 2 sandwiches. Made it about an hour before lunch and used basil instead of parsley. Added lots of lemon. This was delicious and we will be making this again and again!! Thanks Toni! :)
Very tasty. I must have celery and onions in my tuna salad, but this is even better because of the fresh parsley and fresh lemon flavors. I used albacore tuna in water (drained) and I used regular mayo but still used the nonfat sour cream. This is simple to make and tastes wonderful as a sandwich, a wrap, on lettuce; whatever. Thanx!
Yummy! We were in a rush to eat so I didn't chill ours this time. I used Hellman's olive oil mayonnaise to be soy free, Balkan (thick) yogurt instead of sour cream, to be corn free, sweet onion instead of red onion as that is what I had on hand, Italian flat leaf parsley, as I agree it is best, plus the rest of the ingredients called for and as we were in a rush there was no need for garnish. DD (toddler) and I enjoyed this tuna salad with rice crackers. I may make this again as a part of breakfast or as a snack.
I love tuna fish and this was just wonderful. I didn't taste the fat-free stuff with the lemon, celery, and onion. I never thought to put lemon juice and rind into tuna salad. But I will from now on. Now I can eat healthy and enjoy it (smile). Thanks Toni for this great recipe. EDIT NOTE: I just stuffed this into a long piece of romaine and wrapped it a little----no bread. It was yummy!
Great combination! I ended up changing the recipe a fair bit. I love parsley so I used 2/3 cup (plus that makes it so easy to remember: 2/3 cup of each kind of the veggies). My BF love tuna so we ended up using 2 (5 ounce) can tuna. I also tweaked the dressing, I used 1 tbsp of mayo, 2 tbsp sour cream, 2 tbsp fresh lemon juice, 1 tsp grated lemon peel (a must). I also added a smidgen of salt and 1/8 tsp ground black pepper.
This is outstanding! I loved the touch of lemon flavor. It adds a new dimension to tuna salad. What I really like is that I normally have all the ingredients on hand. I served this for lunch over spring mix salad with a few added ingredients. I have leftovers so they are going in DH lunch as a snack with crackers. Thanks for posting. Made for PAC Fall 2008.