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Wow! I am a self-proclaimed tuna hater and only made it for someone else. Well of course you must sample prior to serving and my only regret is that I didn't make enough for me. It really only makes two hoagies worth. But hey it won me over anyway.
I don't really care for tuna but even I liked this! I added maybe a tablespoon of minced dill pickle to the mix and served it on multi-grain toast. My husband liked it so much he asked for seconds in his lunch the next day!
Made this last night and enjoyed it quite a bit. The flavor is much different than your run of the mill tuna salad- it tastes much more "fresh" and healthy. I really liked that a lot. I used dried dill instead of fresh and not quite as much. Was excellecnt in mini- pitas but I bet it would be better in hollowed out tomatoes. Thanks so much for the recipe jessica!
I also substituted light sour cream for the yogurt and added just a dab more of mustard and use low-fat miracle whip. I used a 3 oz tuna packet in place of the canned tuna. Great lunch recipe -- is very light and tasty!
Good basic recipe but I used 1 1/2 tsp spicy brown mustard 1 1/2 tsp dried dill and 2 tsp dried parsley. I also added 3 hardboiled eggs chopped and adjusted the mayo/sour cream after adding. Depending on your brand of tuna you may want to add salt. Took it to church in little cream puff shells- came home with an empty plate!
My two star rating, I believe, speaks for itself. But to elaborate, I had a number of issues with this unappealing tuna salad. First, it was mushy and gushy…and I used only part of the juices in the can. My suggestion? Eliminate it altogether. With the exception of the celery, this was waaaaay too “green”… and I used probably less than half of the parsley, dill and green onion called for. (Curiously, chives were mentioned in the recipe’s description but green onion called for in the ingredients) The yogurt added nothing positive in my judgment and, since a bunch of canned tuna liquid is already included, only served to make this even gushier. The immense amount of parsley, green onion and dill overtook the tuna altogether, not only in taste but in sheer volume – one almost had to hunt and peck to find the specks of tuna before I added another can to adjust. The Dijon mustard was a nice idea, but there wasn’t enough – again, it was clouded over by the “green.” One would have thought this would have been packed with flavor, but instead it was lacking. A little pepper helped but was a trivial correction. Finally, because of all the green stuff it was just plain unattractive – it does not make you want to dig in.