By westtextazzy on May 30, 2013
Photo by lazyme
Photo by lazyme
"This salad features refreshing and fresh ingredients served in a romaine leaf. You can add any veggies you like. This recipe won second place in the Raiders of the Lost Pantry Contest, June 2013."
Serving Size: 1 (136 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"Yummy! I read the other reviews about it being a bit wet and cut back on the honey, lime juice and mayo with great results. We enjoyed this for a nice lunch. Thanks westtextazzy for sharing. Made for Football Week 4 2013. Congrats again on another win!"
"I think the liquid-y consistency of this tuna may be due to the fact that what used to be 6 ounce cans are now 5 ounces. That being said, I did use a little less mayo, honey and lime juice than called for and it was much less liquid-y. I only had cut up lettuce and I added some cut up pear tomatoes. I subbed cut up green olives for the celery b/c my DH thinks celery is too crunchy! We liked this a lot! Thanks!"
"I have to agree with the other reviewers that this tuna salad was just a bit too drippy for comfort, and my kids did have a couple of accidents while eating it. On the plus side, it is extremely tasty and a good use of contest ingredients. Good luck, chef."
"This was quick, easy, and I loved the lime zest. I thought the honey was a nice change too. I found the mixture too wet, but I did use pickle relish. Next time I would reduce the mayo. Good luck in the contest!"
"Quick and easy tuna salad. This was a little "juicy", but since it was served on romaine instead of on bread, it was fine. Loved all the crispy vegetables and the hint of lime in this. Thanks for sharing!"
"A nice tuna salad that was easy to put together. Thanks!"
"This was very tasty but a bit runny. Reccomend that you drain the chopped pickles really well and perhaps cut back on the mayo a bit. After we sampled it so i could review it i added it to 1/2 lb of bow tie pasta cooked ala dente'. After refrigerating a few hours it was perfect because the pasta absorbed the excess."