My Tuna Salad. At first I was like, that is A LOT of celery, but I went with it. Such a good call – the crunch really is delightful and I can taste the celery (in a good way). The flavors are more subtle/sophisticated than your typical tuna salad, which I never got the hang of making anyway.
Take time, if you like, to boil eggs, or pick them up at the grocery salad bar. Serve the salad with steamed green beans. I've been eating tuna salad as long as I can remember. You can cook My Tuna Salad using 12 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of My Tuna Salad
- It’s 2 cans of tuna (in water).
- You need 2 of hard boiled eggs.
- It’s 1 of large stalk celery, diced (optional).
- It’s 2 tbsp of sweet relish or diced dill pickles.
- You need 2 tbsp of white onion (minced).
- Prepare 2 tsp of yellow mustard.
- It’s 2 tsp of dried parsley.
- You need to taste of Salt and pepper.
- Prepare 1/2 tsp of dried dill weed.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of celery seed.
- Prepare 1/2 tsp of hot sauce (I use Frank's Red Hot Sauce).
- It’s 1 tsp of lemon juice.
Grandma made it, Mom made it and now I'm hooked and I turn to it for lunch time and time again. Canned tuna will forever be one of those things I just truly appreciate. It's easy to store, it's inexpensive and it always perfect for quick recipes. Canned tuna, dry pasta, and navy beans unite with shelf-stable powerhouses like artichoke hearts, Castelvetrano olives, and honey to form this French-inspired salad.
My Tuna Salad step by step
- In a medium pot boil 2 large eggs..
- Add drained tuna to bowl and gently break up large chunks..
- Add eggs, mayonnaise, celery, pickles, onion, mustard, parsley, salt, pepper and/or optional dill, celery seed, hot sauce, and lemon juice..
- Gently stir everything together and serve in a sandwich, with crackers or on a salad. Or store in an airtight container in the refrigerator until ready to use. Enjoy!.
You only need a little bit of produce to make this dish feel fresh, and like other oil-based pasta salads, it gets more flavorful the longer it sits. Canned tuna never looked so good. It's pole and line caught in the northern Pacific Ocean or off coastal New Zealand, maintaining natural fish populations and preserving the local oceanic habitats. Yogurt is a great replacement for mayonnaise in tuna salad. One of the main reasons I opt for Greek yogurt over mayo in tuna salad is because of its high protein content.