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I usually only have my tuna with mayo and cheese, and maybe a little tomato. However, this was such a nice blend of flavors for me. I did read the other reviews, which gave me a few helpful hints: I only used 3 1/2 Tablespoons of mayo, and that was a good amount. I agree with Debbwl - 6 would've been WAY too much (for me). I didn't have sweet dill relish, so I just minced up 4 large hamburger dill chip pickles, I used probably about 1/8-1/4 tsp. garlic powder, and I used hot curry powder that we got in Breckenridge. I feel that these modifications might be what made it not taste sweet - because it didn't taste sweet to me at all. It tasted like good tuna. Haha. I used fat-free mayonnaise, and I made a sandwich with tomato on whole wheat bread. The rest will be for lunch, tomorrow! Thanks for this really good different way to "spice up" a can of tuna. Made for the 1~2~3 Hit Wonders tag game.
Different! We found this to be too sweet and to have way to much mayonnaise even though I only used 4 of the 6 tablespoons. Made as written other then cutting the mayonnaise by 2 tablespoons. Served on thin health bun with slice of tomato.
This worked out great for our playoff weekend when we enjoyed the football. I put this on a flatout bread with lettuce and grey poupon mustard and it worked perfectly. We're having the rest tomorrow!! Thanks for a great lunch! Make for New Kids on the Block tag game 2010.