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    I had a tuna salad sandwich today for lunch. I like how I make them, but they're a little on the boring side. I just add mayo to a can of tuna and spread on sandwich bread and add a piece of cheese. At least they're fast and easy to make!! Anybody have any simple, but different things they do with their tuna salad sandwiches???? Thanks!

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    Re: Tuna Sandwiches....any variations???

    I've Seen People Put Halved Grapes In There. My Mom Puts Either Pecans Or Walnuts In It. I Don't Care For The Nuts Though. Of Course It May Also Be Because She Uses Miracle Whip Instead Of Mayo! Lol

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    • #3
      Re: Tuna Sandwiches....any variations???

      I just put mayo, finely chopped onion, sweet or dill pickle relish, sometimes a little of both, and chopped boiled egg.

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        I like mayo, sweet pickle relish, onion, celery and salt and pepper.
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          [QUOTE=floridagirly68;266774]I like mayo, sweet pickle relish, onion, celery and salt and pepper.[/QUOTE]

          That's just how I like it! I could eat a tuna sandwich every day and be so happy!! I remember eating many a tuna sandwich growing up as I didn't like PB&J, much to my mother's dismay!! She said I was PITA to make school lunches for!! ha ha
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            Barton Creek Conference Resort in Austin, Texas served up a tasty Grilled Tuna Sandwich. It had Tuna, Celery, Carrots and Mayo in it and they put a nice slice of cheddar on it and grilled it (like a grilled cheese sandwich) and it was served with Lettuce, a slice of Tomato, a few raw Red Onion rings, and a Pickle spear! It was outta sight!!! I think the bread was Sourdough or Rye...CRS ..Go figure,eh? "Senior moment" I guess...lol!
            My grandmother used to chop an apple up into it too. I like boiled egg,onion,celery,dill pickles, & mayo.
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              Re: Tuna Sandwiches....any variations???

              A little chopped onion and celery, a chopped apple (peeled or not, your choice), tuna and mayo. Top with sliced tomato, avocado, and some melted cheese (sharp cheddar is good).

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                [QUOTE=luv2bake;266767]I just put mayo, finely chopped onion, sweet or dill pickle relish, sometimes a little of both, and chopped boiled egg.[/QUOTE]

                That's exactly how I do mine...

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                  Re: Tuna Sandwiches....any variations???

                  ok, the best tunafish,by Tim
                  tuna,mayo,mustard,pickle relish,boiled eggs,and bacon.
                  mix the tuna with mayo,but add some mustard too,like 75% mayo to 25% mustard,or to taste,boil eggs and chop ,cook bacon crisp and crumble,add pickel relish to tase,refridgerate till cold and enjoy. ps: its not tunafish without some mustard!!!

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                    I agree with a touch of mustard in the mix, but NOT eggs. Everything else sounds good, but I'd have to add some chopped red onion to it. Gotta have my onions.
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                      [QUOTE=janabanana;266809]That's exactly how I do mine...[/QUOTE]

                      Ditto, I'll use dill relish first. And I'll add some chopped celery if I have any.

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                        Re: Tuna Sandwiches....any variations???

                        Along with the onion, sweet pickle relish, celery I also chop up a little carrot. I like all the crunch. I also use Miracle Whip I like the tang over Mayo.

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                          Re: Tuna Sandwiches....any variations???

                          [QUOTE=TxRogue;266815]ok, the best tunafish,by Tim
                          tuna,mayo,mustard,pickle relish,boiled eggs,and bacon.
                          mix the tuna with mayo,but add some mustard too,like 75% mayo to 25% mustard,or to taste,boil eggs and chop ,cook bacon crisp and crumble,add pickel relish to tase,refridgerate till cold and enjoy. ps: its not tunafish without some mustard!!![/QUOTE]



                          Bacon???? Sounds interesting.......
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                          • #14
                            Re: Tuna Sandwiches....any variations???

                            mayo, onion, relish (sweet or dill), hard cooked eggs if I have them AND
                            a squirt of horseradish sauce! It adds just a bit of zip and livens up the taste!

                            I love to make tuna melts. Put the tuna on toasted bread (just 1 slice), top with a slice of cheese and broil for a minute or two.
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                              Re: Tuna Sandwiches....any variations???

                              it's tuna.

                              just tuna.
                              tuna is fish, no need to say tunaFISH it is fish. it's just tuna....

                              what's for lunch? tuna sandwich.

                              i add shredded cheese, blue plate mayo (only blue plate) dill relish. dash of finely very finely diced purple onion. not yellow, not white, purple onion.
                              boiled egg whites only. chopped very fine.

                              not too much mayo, not runny.

                              ideally, it would be fresh tuna, not canned.
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