Tea Room Tuna Salad

Tea Room Tuna Salad created by Parsley

Tuna salad recipe from a tea room in Missouri. Not your average tuna salad--it's delicious used on tuna melts.

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  • Combine all ingredients in a bowl and chill for at least 30 minutes.
  • For Tuna Melt: Grill tuna salad on rye bread with a slice of Swiss cheese.
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"Tuna salad recipe from a tea room in Missouri. Not your average tuna salad--it's delicious used on tuna melts."

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  1. Richard J.
    Really good recipe. I use yellow fin tuna in olive oil I think it’s a less dry tuna
  2. Parsley
    Tea Room Tuna Salad Created by Parsley
  3. Parsley
    I like to find different tuna salads and this one grabbed my attention because of the French dressing in place of the all mayonnaise versions. I knew it would be good, but I was actually surprised at just how GREAT it is! It tangy, crunchy and wonderful. I made this without making any substitutions and I'll make this again for sure. Thanx for sharing this!
  4. Parsley
    I like to find different tuna salads and this one grabbed my attention because of the French dressing in place of the all mayonnaise versions. I knew it would be good, but I was actually surprised at just how GREAT it is! It tangy, crunchy and wonderful. I made this without making any substitutions and I'll make this again for sure. Thanx for sharing this!
  5. LunarCanine
    When I saw "Ott's" listed I knew this was gonna at least be good... but this recipe is AMAZING! I use an entire "stalk" of Green Onion (white bulb and the 2-3 green parts) and the same with the Celery (whatever looks good and edible). I've made this recipe 5 times the past 2 weeks and I like to use 1/8 cup Pecans and 1/8 cup Walnuts (yes, half the amount of nuts). It comes out perfectly... not too saucy, not too dry - and great for finger-foods. For Melts I put the mixture on a toasted English Muffin with Tomato and Smoked Swiss, then bake at 425 for about 10 minutes. The Melts are the best! Thanks for sharing!
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