Fabulous but... Super Tastey! We made this to substitute the Egg Salad in an Egg Salad Bento Box recipe I saw to lower the cholesterol. It was great! But this recipe does not make 5 Servings as specified if you use the recommended 3/4 Cup per serving.
Make it your own This is a version that reminds me of the Roman Tuna Salad that Whole Foods has. I substituted kalamata olives instead of regular olives. I also included sun dried tomatoes & salt and pepper. Tuna always tastes better if left to marinate overnight or for a small period of time. I also used reduced fat olive oil mayo and it kept the flavor nicely. Pros: quick and easy Cons: need to make it your own and adjust ingredients
A delicious and different way to make tuna salad! I loved this recipe so good. The kalamata olives really brought the whole thing together. I ate it in a pita pocket a perfect backdrop for the tuna salad. Pros: easy quick great as a packed lunch Cons: none
I'm putting this one on my go-to lunch list! It's quick easy inexpensive and the taste is a wonderfully unique alternative to my normal tuna salad recipes. I halved it but I added more ground oregano than the recipe called for. I also put the leftovers in the fridge; it was even better on day two.
The first time I made this I used Tuna. It was just o.k. Then I started to experiment with crab and chicken. I like the canned chicken breast the best. I make this every week. Unfortunately it's so good I eat the whole bowl in one day! Half for lunch the other half for dinner with fresh fruit for dessert.