Not your everyday tuna salad! I love tuna salad, but I get bored by the same old taste. I have a Yahoo group and sent out a request for different ways of making tuna salad. I was so surprised by the many responses to my question and how different everyone makes theirs.
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The peperoncini and tomato take the boring out of tuna salad.
You can make an easy tuna salad by mixing store bought cole slaw with a can of tuna.
The deli near my office has a killer tuna salad sandwich, tastes fantastic and kills the wallet! So I decided to do some culinary detective work and figure out how to make it at home to help resist the temptation to buy that $6 sandwich.
This is a fun twist on a tuna salad, adding some crunch and vibrance. I make a batch at the weekend. It keeps well in the fridge for days, making for quick and easy lunches. I love serving this at my summer parties.
Flake fish. Combine with celery, pineapple an mayonnaise. Season with salt and pepper. Serve on lettuce leaf. If desired, garnish with thin slices of twisted lime.
Toss together the first 5 ingredients. Add and mix in mayonnaise until fairly moist. Gently stir in peas. Chill. Serve on lettuce leaves or hot rolls and crackers.
This is an easy to make recipe, it stretches a can of tuna, and it is delicious. Crush the crackers into a bowl. Add the tuna, two small scoops of Miracle Whip, onions and relish and mix.
Cut tomato tops of and spoon out seeds. Use only one can at a time. Spoon 1/2 into first tomato, then remainder into second tomato.
Love the combination of the meat, fruit and vegetable in this recipe.
Neat variation on the usual tuna salad recipes.
In a small bowl, combine the tuna, celery and onion. Combine the mayonnaise, parsley, lemon juice, tarragon, mustard and pepper. Stir into tuna mixture. Serve on lettuce leaves if desired.
In large bowl, tear lettuce into small pieces. Break tuna into chunks with a fork and add to lettuce. Add olives and cheese. Toss lightly with dressing, or you can serve dressing on the side.
The day before serving, break up tuna, chop celery and pepper, mix in mayo and put in refrigerator to serve the next day.
Dissolve gelatin in cold water, bring soup to a boil, then add dissolved gelatin, mix thoroughly. When mixture is cold, fold in softened cream cheese.
Place pepper halves on plate. Microwave on high for 60 seconds; chill. Combine remaining ingredients; chill. Spoon tuna mixture into pepper halves to serve.
A seafood salad can be a wonderful main dish.