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Yummy! I used a 12 oz. can of tuna, 3 large tbls. mayo, green onions, and used dill pickles and some sweet relish. My husband requested mustard so I added a tsp. of it. Scattered parsley over the top to garnish and served it on lettuce surrounded by tomato wedges. Lovely! Thank you!
Great tuna recipe!
Very good tuna filling. I had a VERY pungent red onion, so cut that amount back to 2 tablespoons. Did not have garlic pickles, so used kosher dill. This recipe is very similar to what I normally make, so we enjoyed it a lot.
I made this tuna sandwich for my son and since it was for him, I used just a little bit of red onion. He liked this a lot. Thanks Melany :) Made for Name that ingredient tag game
Good tuna sandwich. I made as directed and enjoyed it for lunch. Thanks Melany* for sharing. Made for P-A-R-T-Y event.
This was fantastic. Normally I'm not a huge tuna eater, but I decided to get rid of the can I had and used this recipe. I will be using this again. I did add a boiled egg as per another poster suggested-- and it made all the difference. The only thing I can think of to spice this up might be some cheese.
Very good tuna salad. I used it on a sandwich. Next time I will add a boiled egg (personal preference). Thank you for sharing.
Very nice. I skipped the onion, but added some bell pepper as a personal preference. I also used some Mrs. Dash salt free seasoning instead of pepper. The saltiness of the pickle goes really nicely with the fish. Thank you.
I used a 12 oz. can of tuna -- the recipe doesn't state the can size. I increased the mayo to almost 4 tablespoons. I think I will cut back on the pickle the next time. This is a VERY good tuna salad recipe -- the best one I've found so far. We made sandwiches one day and stuffed some tomatoes the next day. So refreshing during the hot weather. Thanks for the recipe, Melany!