Just spent the week eating out (out of town) and when we got home I wanted something fast, simple and NOT FRIED. Upon inspection of the cupboard I thought "Tuna salad sandwiches" and checked food.com. Decided on this one and SOOOO GLAD I DID!!! DE-LISH-US! Even loved the suggestion of a toasted bagel as we had some in the freezer. Hubby can't stand celery so this fit the bill perfectly. Thank you, Martha! Will make this often and enjoy every bite! I did add one thing-a squeeze of lemon as I have found over and over that it just kicks tuna up a notch. love, love, love
I really enjoyed this recipe and we had it several times already. I follow it to the dot and it is always a hit in my house. Thanks for posting it,
We really enjoyed this sandwich and thought the amount of horseradish was the perfect amount. Except for adding a dash of white pepper I followed the recipe exactly. Prepared with locally made bread, greens and parsley from the garden, homemade mayo. Served with cold tomato soup for an easy summer lunch. Thanks!
I've never been a tuna salad kind of gal, but my husband hears the can opener and starts drooling so I just had to find a recipe we could both enjoy. This is it! I absolutely love love love this stuff. Thank you much for the amazing recipe!
I used prepared horseradish and it was soooooo good! Didn't have red onion so I substituted finely minced green onion along with the celery AND celery leaves. Very, very good recipe...its a keeper *Ãœ*
I love tuna salad and this is the way I prepare it most often. It has a nice fresh taste to it despite the canned tuna. I have often substituted yellow onions for red depending upon what I have on hand and I usually add the horseradish to taste, which for me is often a little more then 1 tablespoon. Good on a thick slice of good bread with lettuce and a tomato.
Great tuna salad. I really liked the bite....we love horseradish on everything, just never thought of adding it to our tuna salad. Thank you so much for sharing.
Simply the best tuna salad. I so look forward to this when I make it for lunch. The horseradish adds such a wonderful and delicious zip. I usually make mine in a flatbread wrap and it is a perfect compliment. Thanks so much!
I made this for a weekend lunch and it was good. Next time, I'll add a little more horseradish because we like it spicy. I didn't use the greens or bread, we are low carbing right now and it fit the bill. Will make during the week for hubby to take to work. Thanks for this one.
I used some subs: yellow onion, horseradish MUSTARD, Mayo (w/olive oil). Plus I added 1/2 tsp. salt and served with a layer of spring mix greens on an OroWheat Sandwich Thin. Fab-u-lous.