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Zippy Tuna

Rated as 4.67 out of 5 Stars

"Great as a snack on crackers, especially butter crackers. This tuna has a little kick."
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5 m servings 46
Original recipe yields 8 servings


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  1. Mix tuna, mayonnaise, yellow mustard, horseradish, lemon juice, garlic powder, and salt together in a bowl.


  • Cook's Note:
  • I eyeball it, and these are just estimates of measurements. Give it a try and add more of whatever you may like. Great with tiny diced pickles (not as sweet as relish and more of a texture to bite into).
  • Great with tiny diced pickles, which are not as sweet as relish and provide more of a texture to bite into.
  • Add more horseradish if you like it spicier.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 46 calories; 3 0.6 4.2 6 72 Full nutrition

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My hubby is having me make this weekly for him. I fill heirloom tomatoes with big scoops of this yummy tuna.

A quick and easy recipe with a rare combination of ingredients however they do deliver a delightful flavor. This does have somewhat of a yellow appearance so I just tell people it's yellow fin t...

The BEST tuna salad I have EVER eaten!!

This was a great recipe for tuna salad! The mustard and horseradish gave this just the right amount of kick without being too spicy. So much better than a regular tuna salad with only mayonnaise...

It's now my favourite tuna dish! Wow! Delicious even when I added dill pickles diced on top with my little crackers! Thanks for sharing my hunt for tuna recipe is over for now

Very good with some flavored triscuit crackers. would recommend adding onion or the green onion as part of recipe

I thought it was excellent! I used it to make tuna melt sandwiches with Swiss Cheese. Thank you for sharing! The horse radish sauce was a nice touch.

this is awesome! I put pickles , onion and boiled egg in it as well. A keeper

I used white tuna and did half the amounts for the mayo and mustard, and it worked fine. Nice change from regular tuna salad, and I'll surely make this again. It was good on Triscuits and toppe...