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This is essentially the salad I made today except that my tuna was in water, my recipe called for 3 tablespoons of olive oil and I used 1 1/2 and it only called for 1 T of red wine vinegar and I used 1 1/2 T. My husband and I enjoyed this for a saturday lunch. As I look at other white been and tuna salads here at 'zaar, I can see that many things can be added to this salad to make it more interesting but this basic version was tasty and my husband said, "Make it again."
Great recipe, while trying to avoid mayonaise. In place of the onion, I substitued leeks and did not rinse in cold water, which worked perfectly. Radishes were also added.
I just loved this salad!! I added some fresh basil leaves sliced very thin...delicious!!!