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I'm giving this recipe 3 1/2 stars as stated. It was ok not terrible not my favorite. The spiciness of the tuna mix was nice but it was pretty dry without any mayo. I added mayo to both slices of bread which did help. Next time I will skip the tuna mixture altogether and just make a bacon lettuce avocado and tomato sandwich. I might try adding mayo to the tuna mix and use that alone for plain tuna sandwiches. I just didn't like the combination of a BLT and tuna sandwich I guess.
After seeing a previous review that this was a little dry I doubled the dijon mustard and added 2 tablespoons of mayo. I skipped the horseradish relish onion and paprika. A good basic recipe with plenty of room for experimentation!
I was in a hurry so I just used that new "horseradish" mustard and made it with "Nayonnaise" (soy based-no cholesterol) and 'veggie' bacon strips that I had from Morningstar Farms(again no cholesterol). Didn't have any lettuce which would have made it better but it was still delicious. I used whole wheat buns too.
I cannot believe this doesn't have 1.0000 ratings. I'm not a rushed cook don't live in a dorm room or have a small kitchen but we loved this sandwich. Perfect as is but I only had pepper jack and cheddar on hand. This wonderful recipe is forgiving and versatile. Hubby loved it with mac and cheese and 7 layer salad. Thank you QAEDON!
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