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Isaiah's Tasty Reduced-Fat Tuna Salad

Isaiah's Tasty Reduced-Fat Tuna Salad created by Whats Cooking

Less fat and more flavor! My favorite way to serve this sandwich is with a slice of tomato, a slice of avocado, and some lettuce, on toasted rye bread. The pickles and dill are key to the fabulous taste - The more sour the pickles the better (cornichons are great for this). You can try substituting a smaller amount of dried dill if you don't have access to fresh herbs.

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  • Drain tuna. With a fork, break it up in a bowl into the size and texture you prefer (I like to leave some chunks - others prefer it totally mashed).
  • Add all the other ingredients and stir until fully combined.
  • Serve cold, in a sandwich or over a green salad.
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"Less fat and more flavor! My favorite way to serve this sandwich is with a slice of tomato, a slice of avocado, and some lettuce, on toasted rye bread. The pickles and dill are key to the fabulous taste - The more sour the pickles the better (cornichons are great for this). You can try substituting a smaller amount of dried dill if you don't have access to fresh herbs."
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  1. Jadore Dior
    I loved this! It was super easy and delicious. I didn't have dill pickles so I substituted green olives. I didn't have celery either, but I hate it anyways. I added a dash of onion powder and a dash of garlic powder too. Served it on wheat toast with a slice of cheese. Yum!
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  2. Hill Family
    This is a nice light tuna salad. A bit too much dill for my liking ... will reduce it by half the next time I make this. It is a moist salad so we had it on toasted bread.
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  3. WizzyTheStick
    Very tasty sandwich. Did not have fresh dill so I substituted with 1/2 tsp dried. Loved the mayo mustard combination of flavours.
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  4. Whats Cooking
    Isaiah's Tasty Reduced-Fat Tuna Salad Created by Whats Cooking
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  5. Whats Cooking
    Less fat and more flavor! My favorite way to serve this sandwich is with a slice of tomato, a slice of avocado, and some lettuce, on toasted rye bread. The pickles and dill are key to the fabulous taste - The more sour the pickles the better (cornichons are great for this). You can try substituting a smaller amount of dried dill if you don't have access to fresh herbs.
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