No-Mayo Tuna Salad Sandwich

I came up with this recipe while experimenting with different ingredients in tuna salad. It is pretty low-fat for the most part, and healthy. I say that it's low fat for the most part because you can use regular ingredients, or low-fat-whatever suits your tastes. I just like it because it has no mayo-I dislike it very much.

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  • You can add different amounts of sour cream and mustard to adjust for however moist you like it, and the flavor. I would start out with the amounts above, and go from there.
  • Empty the tuna into a bowl for mixing.
  • Add the sour cream and mustard.
  • Adjust the amounts for your taste. Add more mustard for zest, more sour cream for moisture.
  • Add the salt and pepper, and relish and cayenne if you wish.
  • Put lettuce, tomatoes, etc. to your liking.
  • Once you have it just right, toss it on your bread of choice, and throw some potato chips on the side. :). This is also good on crackers for parties!
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"I came up with this recipe while experimenting with different ingredients in tuna salad. It is pretty low-fat for the most part, and healthy. I say that it's low fat for the most part because you can use regular ingredients, or low-fat-whatever suits your tastes. I just like it because it has no mayo-I dislike it very much."

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  1. nfouts
    I came up with this recipe while experimenting with different ingredients in tuna salad. It is pretty low-fat for the most part, and healthy. I say that it's low fat for the most part because you can use regular ingredients, or low-fat-whatever suits your tastes. I just like it because it has no mayo-I dislike it very much.
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