Tuna Salad With Fried Onions

Total Time
2hrs 5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 2 hrs

Another version of tuna fish salad. It seems like a lot of mayo in the recipe, but after chilling, it's the perfect amount. Use in a sandwich, on crackers, as a dip. I use tinned, fried onions from the Asian or Indian grocer. I think French's brand may work too although I've never used it.

Directions

  1. Squeeze water from the tuna and place tuna in a bowl.
  2. Add the mayo and stir until combined*.
  3. Add the fried onions and gently combine.
  4. Refrigerate for 2-hours.
  5. *Before chillling, it will seem to be too much mayo, but it 'tightens' as it chills.
  6. The cooking time is the chilling time.
Most Helpful

This is pretty good. I tried some right after making it and again after it had chilled, and the chilling definitely improved the flavor. Tried it on sandwich bread and just by itself, and I prefer eating this just by itself. It's a nice change from my standard tuna salad recipe. Thanks, Kathy!

mailbelle September 03, 2007

I had this for lunch today and I wasn't too crazy about it. I used French's fried onion and Hellmann's mayo and I also added chopped pickle. I guess that I'm just used to regular tuna salad. Thanks for the try.

mydesigirl August 02, 2006

This was unusual, but good. My son really went for it. Thanks for the posting!

Jeffsmom July 27, 2006