Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This super tasty, healthy tuna salad is great on crackers, on bread for a sandwich, stuffed in a hallowed out fresh tomato, in a pita with some veggies, or any other way you can think of!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all ingredients with a fork. Eat or chill to let flavors set up even better!


Most Helpful

This was very easy to prepare, made it for a quick lunch. I went light on the Mrs. Dash only used 1 tablespoon and it was plenty spicey. I also served it with tomatoes as it just needed something more. But an all around good recipe.

morgainegeiser August 04, 2008

Really tasty! I'm slightly embarrassed to admit it but if I worked out and am starving I can eat a whole can of tuna, but not this kind - half a can is very filling and you don't miss the mayo. Just a word of caution if you don't have Mrs. Dash, which I didn't...I substituted another seasoning blend and even without adding salt and pepper it was way too salty. I would start with 2 tsp. to 1 T of any seasoning with salt in it.

FLKeysJen August 27, 2007

mmm, i always make tuna salad with cottage cheese now instead of mayonnaise. Sometimes i add relish or pickles as well.

StuYoung April 01, 2007

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