Saturday, February 18, 2012

Tuna Salad

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I like a simple tuna salad to go with my honey wheat bread!  This recipe needs only a couple items along with a bowl and stirring spoon.

Ingredients:

tuna fish
mayonnaise
onion, chopped
salt and pepper to taste


Directions:

1)  Dice onion.  For 12 oz tuna, I used 1/2 of a med/large onion.

2)  Combine tuna (drained if using from a can), onion, and mayonnaise.  Add enough mayo to make it creamy or to your own personal preference.

3)  Add salt and pepper to taste.  Mix well.



4)  Enjoy!  I love this with my honey wheat bread... scrumptious!

Cook Family Recipes.  Chef / Author: Ellen C.

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     Ellen 

17 comments:

  1. Oh wow. I haven't had a tuna sandwich in so long. That looks delicious. Reminds me of summer. I'm so very ready for summer!

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  2. Love me some tuna salad. Thanks for sharing. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  3. A basic and very satisfying sandwich! :)

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  4. Looks yummy,Thank you for joining us at Creative Mondays :)

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  5. So simple and yet delicious! I have made tuna salad in a good long time. Not sure why. I have a can calling my name.

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  6. I always add pickle relish and celery also.

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    1. I always add pickle relish, and boiled egg cut up...so good!

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    2. I never thought of adding celery..... ummmm! I have kids who don't do pickles so relish is out... until they move out on their own! Thanks for the great ideas!

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  7. If you want a refreshing summer tuna salad use the onion (red is better when making sandwiches), 2 hard boiled eggs, celery (apro. 1-1/2 leaves), diced sweet pickles or relish (I use bread & butter when I have it), mayo, white pepper to taste, juice from 1 lemon, & 1 teaspoon spicy brown mustard.

    Tip # 1: Remember to roll your lemon back & forth with the palm of your hand to get as much lemon juice as possible!

    Tip # 2 The spicy brown mustard works with the lemon juice to make a tangy & delicious tuna salad! I always squeeze lemon juice over baked & pan seared fish fillets! You can use the regular prepared mustard if you do not have the spicy brown on hand!

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  8. I used to make the tuna salad with tuna, mayonaise, capers and apple pieces.. It's delicious!

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  9. Just had tuna for lunch with dill pickle relish on toasted wheat bread!!
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  10. Hi Ellen,
    There is nothing better than a Tuna Sandwich, your Tuna Salad made me hungry for a great Tuna Salad just like yours. Hope you are having a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  11. I love tuna salad sandwiches :) My favorite thing to do is put it on a hamburger bun with cheese and broil it

    Thank you for linking up at Twisted Thursday!

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