Southern Tuna Macaroni Salad
Creamy from eggs and mayonnaise, tangy and acidic from mustard, pickles and chow chow, with a nice crunch from celery and onion. The Cajun spice just rounds it out with a blend of spices, the pimentos add a pop of color and sweetness, and tuna complements and ties all the flavors together in this Southern macaroni salad. Could top with some parsley for added color! Put this in a tortilla or melt some cheese on toast and make an open-faced sandwich!
Getting high-quality tuna packed in olive oil is going to make or break this dish. I would splurge on the Tonnino brand.
You can use chopped pepperoncini instead of chow-chow.