No-Egg Tuna Macaroni Salad
This is very simple macaroni salad recipe that uses canned tuna and vegetables. I take this to my family outings.
Pasta al Mediterraneo
This has become a favorite--easy but unique. Can be served hot as a main dish, or or cold as a pasta salad.
Tuna, Noodles, Pickles and Cheese
This recipe came from my grandmother, who used peas in her version instead of pickles. My mother changed the recipe and I have altered it even more. The flavors of these ingredients blended together in what is reminiscent of a cold macaroni or potato salad will be your family's new favorite!
Tuna gets jazzed up with jalepenos and a tangy lemon mayonnaise in this fun summer pasta salad. Serve over a bed of fresh iceburg lettuce. Use more or less jalapenos to suit your taste.
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!
Tuna Pasta Salad with Dill
Great tuna pasta salad with dill, perfect for summer parties and potlucks.
Tuna Piccata Pasta Salad
This was something I made up when my husband cooked way too much angel hair pasta one evening! The flavors married well. Try it with farfalle or rotini pasta. Bon appetit!
Mediterranean Tuna-Pasta Salad
Light and easy for weeknights. We like garlic so adjust yours accordingly.
Macaroni Tuna Salad
This macaroni salad is great for lunch on its own, if you don't feel like cooking on those hot summer days. It's also a wonderful side for grilled food. I have perfected it -- after making many different types of macaroni salad, this one is my favorite. Enjoy!!