Twisted Tuna Fish Sandwich

Twisted Tuna Fish Sandwich created by lazyme

I have been trying for a few months now to make a recipe as close to what my mother made. This taste just like it. It's not overly sweet, or fishy tasting. I do not like sea food but I could eat this sandwich everyday.

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  • While the eggs are boiling, mix drained tuna with mayonaise, mustard, lemon juice, relish, salt, pepper and paprika. Fold peeled and smashed eggs into tuna mixture. Place in refridgerator for 30 minutes for flavors to come together. When ready to serve, spread a little of the miracle whip on the bread and toast. Top toasted bread with tuna and serve with lays plain potato chips.
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"I have been trying for a few months now to make a recipe as close to what my mother made. This taste just like it. It's not overly sweet, or fishy tasting. I do not like sea food but I could eat this sandwich everyday."

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  1. KimmieCat1
    This is a delicious tuna salad. I halved the recipe and don't think it caused any problems. Plus, I didn't have any Miracle Whip, so I made recipe #267595 #267595. Thanks Madeline's Mommy for a terrific recipe.
  2. Chocolatl
    I did think this was a little on the sweet side. It also seemed just a little dry for our tastes, but that could be because the tuna I use (Polar) is drier than BumbleBee. I didn't use the Miracle Whip because I didn't have any. Next time I will increase the amount of paprika and reduce the relish slightly. Thanks for posting! Made for Spring 2010 PAC.
  3. lazyme
    Twisted Tuna Fish Sandwich Created by lazyme
  4. lazyme
    Yum! Classic comfort food. I liked the addition of the mustard and white pepper in this. Thanks Madeline's Mommy for a nice lunch. Made for PAC Spring 2010.
  5. Susie D
    With both mustard & mayo this was different than the standard tuna salad. I liked the addition of the tang of the lemon, but the hightlight for me was the smoked paprika. I thought the smoky note in the background made a pleasant change & I will definitely pair it with tuna again. I served in whole wheat pita pockets loaded with frisee, sliced tomato, and purple onion so skipped the miracle whip on the bread step. Made for Spring 2010 Pick A Chef.
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