10 Reviews

Good tuna salad - I added 1 tiny minced red onion.

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evelyn/athens June 24, 2003

I loved all the celery in this salad, I had huge stalks. I used fresh dill weed, which was delicious. Thanks Ellie! Made for PRMR game.

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Sharon123 September 09, 2011

I made half the recipe using a sprinkle of celery seed and everything else as posted so I can chill it well before lunch. I will have 1 sandwich so it will be thick and hearty but couldn't resist a forkful before I stored it in the fridge. Very good with the egg and dill and I wouldn't change a thing! Thanks for posting ellie_. Made for I Recommend Tag.

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ElaineAnn August 08, 2010

We love that egg-tuna combination! I used Hellman's mayonnaise and mashed it with the egg yolks before adding the other ingredients. I also added some celery salt and a dash of black pepper, and served it on homemade rye toast. Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl February 25, 2010

Yum...this was really good. I love any excuse to use dill, and it fit perfectly in this recipe! I too added onion, but didn't have any celery. DH and I just split this between the two of us. Next time I am going to try it on a slice of homemade bread. Thanks!!

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JLBurnell June 13, 2007

This was great! We've made it twice now...once with celery and once without (I'm not a huge celery fan) and it was yummy both ways! Thanks for sharing such a yummy and easy recipe!

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Troop Angel November 22, 2005

Excellent! Just the way I like my tuna salad. I use one egg per can of tuna, and only use real mayo, just my prefference. I also like a lot of pepper.

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papergoddess March 04, 2005

Minus the dill weed (and we always used real mayo), this is the way my mom made her tuna salad. The celery and hard boiled eggs add such a nice flavor and crunch. Any other type of tuna salad is so boring once you've tried this. A little salt and pepper is nice mixed in too. And sometimes we add diced pickles, onions or olives. I hope many of you try this tuna ... it's a keeper. Thanks for posting.

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mermaidmagic October 05, 2004

This is a nice tuna sandwich, but it does have a lot of mayo .. I used about 5T (instead of 8T) and felt that was enough .. I have also used non-fat yogurt and its nice and light that way too .. thanks!

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najwa July 03, 2004

I thought this was delicious. Simple to prepare and really quite flavorful. I used regular mayo and served stuffed into a large tomato, atop a bed of mixed salad greens.

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HeatherFeather June 17, 2004
Tuna salad