Tasty Tuna Salad

"Yup. Another tuna salad recipe."
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  • Place tuna in a large bowl and flake well with a fork.
  • Add all remaining ingredients (start low with the mayo and work up to desired amount.
  • Mix well.
  • Chill for at least 2 hours for best flavor.

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  1. Nimz_
    This was just delicious. Loved the sweetness of the relish with the tartness of the apple (I used Granny Smith) and the hint of the Dijon mustard was very good. I agree with Rita about something salty. I added a little Kosher salt but think nuts might be good. thanks *Parsley* for a delightful lunch.
  2. BarbryT
    As good as tuna salad gets! I enjoyed this very much. I made half the recipe and used scallions for the chopped onions and a Gala for the apple. As another reviewer mentioned, I couldn't actually taste the tarragon or mustard but as far as I'm concerned that's all to the good. The whole combination is great; I served it on 9-grain bread--best sandwich I have had in a long time. I certainly will be making this again.
  3. Boomette
    I liked the addition of apple and onion. I omitted the tarragon cause the one I got was too old. I used zucchini relish. Thanks Parsley. :) Made for the Market Tag .
  4. ladypit
    I LOVED this. I have put onion in my tuna before but not usually apple. I couldn't taste the tarragon as an individual flavor (nor the mustard, honestly) but thought they all blended so well together. Loved it on a low carb tortilla. I did use fat free mayo (I know, I know....) and thought this was great. Thanks. I may need to be even more creative with my tuna. Hum.....
  5. Rita1652
    This was very good! A nice change to the regular tuna salad! The sweetness of the tuna came through with the addition of the relish, onions and apples. I would have liked a touch of something salty like capers, bacon or even nuts to accent the sea salt from the tuna.



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