Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. drain the oil from the tuna.
  2. place the tuna into a bowl and with the help of a fork flake it.
  3. in another bowl mix together, mayonnaise, salt, pepper, sugar, sauce and lemon juice.
  4. add in the parsley and corriander and finally the onion and the fish.
  5. just before serving, in a bowl mix together the lettuce, lemon juice, salt and sugar.
  6. place these leaves on the serving plate.
  7. on these put the salad and give it the shape of a fish.
  8. other than being served as a salad, it can also be used as a sandwich spread.


Most Helpful

Delicious. I used water-packed tuna and omitted the sugar. Very yummy - the citrus adds great zing.

SaraFish June 08, 2002

Perfect! We enjoyed this too! Very, very delightful tasting! I love the addition of onion, chili-sauce, and coriander. The mayonnaise was right on in terms of amounts and just tasted terrific! Thank you, Fouzia! Made for *I Recommend* March 2009.

Andi of Longmeadow Farm March 16, 2009

I made this for lunch yesterday, I had some friends out and some wanted tuna salad. I used water packed tuna. I didn't put the sugar in. It was very good. I will be making this again.. Enjoyed by all 6 of us. Thanks for the great recipe.

4-H Mom January 20, 2009

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