39 Reviews

This was EXCELLANT. My husband was going to make tuna fish sandwiches and I told him I had a new recipe to try so I would make them. He loved the taste. I will definitely be making this again. It is perfect for lunch. I put it on a toasted bagel. Thank you for this wonderful recipe.

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noni31c January 15, 2003

THis is a great recipe! My girlfriend is not a horseradish fan so I used just a touch less than called for and we both love it!

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Mike Cruse March 07, 2003

This is a fantastic change from the run-of-the-mill tuna salad sandwich. The red onions and the horseradish make such a wonderful taste sensation. No more plain tuna sandwiches for me!

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Babyoil March 11, 2003

Super yummy! My husband also likes to make tuna salad and he's tried to spice it up with curry powder which didn't quite appeal to me...When I saw this had horseradish sauce in it, I HAD to try it! I love that stuff (not to mention it clears the sinuses..lol) Anyway, I'm DEFINEATLY keeping this one! Thanks a million!

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Denise Nachtigal March 04, 2003

Outstanding recipe! I was looking for a tuna salad recipe that can be served over tomato slices and this really fit the bill! I added a small amount of celery seed and just a squeeze of lemon juice and a shake of freshly ground pepper. I've just started a low-carb diet and this is a recipe that will go in my weekly menu. Thanks for posting!

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Denise! March 13, 2003

Must be noted that this is to be horseradish SAUCE, not just 'straight, chopped' horseradish, which was what I ORIGINALLY tried (yuck). This is GREAT! I'm filing this as a keeper. Loved the variety for tuna - and on a low-carb diet (diabetic tendencies) - so this is GREAT! Thanks so much for sharing! Also - I used the 'large' sized tuna and doubled the rest of the ingredients to compensate. Thanks again!

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WJKing November 21, 2003

Great twist on our regular tuna sandwich. I took a bite on a cracker after mixing it up and wasn't sure I liked it, but after trying it as a sandwich with lettuce I really liked it. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Lucky in Bayview February 07, 2014

I don't know why I tried this. I'm not a horseradish fan at ALL but I was looking for something different for tuna salad and life's too short to not try new things. It was really great. I cautiously went a little easy on the creamy horseradish I had on hand, but ended up adding quite a lot more. Maybe I actually do like the stuff! I used dried parsley I had on hand and I did add some chopped celery because I like added crunch. A bit of sea salt and some fresh cracked black pepper rounded it off. As another reviewer mentioned, I sort of just eyeballed the amounts. I made a double batch, loaded the goodness onto a fresh hot dog bun (no bread on hand), greedily ate some out of the bowl and still have enough left for later. Thanks Martha!

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~~Di~Lo~~ February 03, 2014

Loved it! I added a touch of celery seed, dijon mustard, dill, and salt/pepper.

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sheljohnson March 05, 2013

We liked this very much. It was so simple to make. Loved the horseradish too. Thanks for posting.

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gwynn February 04, 2013
Tuna Salad Sandwich With a Bite!