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Yummy salad! I've made a couple of changes to the version I take to school for lunch on a weekly basis. First since the apple tends to get a little soggy after sitting in the fridge for awhile I substitute Asian pear which has a firmer texture. I also substitute chopped dried apricots for half of the dates add a couple tablespoons of chopped walnuts and use regular nonfat yogurt instead of lemon all to my personal taste. This is definitely a great recipe -- makes a wonderful lunch accompanied by wheat crackers and sliced kiwi fruit.
This is such a fantastic lunch!! I love curry and have been looking for some easy recipes! I have found it!! I added grapes red peppers and crushed almonds in mine....served with Pita bread! I will make this quite often. Light and refreshing! I can't believe their is no mayonaise in this. It tastes better than regular tuna salad! Thanks Sara!
This salad was a delicious change from "regular" tuna salad. I would plan to serve it soon after it's made as the dates are pretty soggy by the next day. We like our tuna salad really creamy so I used a bit more yogurt but I used fat free and it was perfect. That would be a good way to save a few calories. I'll definately make this again.
I enjoyed the complexity of this dish. Surprisingly good. You must use medjool dates to get the right texture for this dish. I will use a little less curry next time so as not to overpower the tuna and fruit flavors.