Saturday, June 13, 2009

Great Debate!

This one could get heated! :)

What do you put in your tuna salad?

Mine is:
Tuna
Mayo
Mustard
Sweet pickle relish
Curry powder
Minced onions
Caraway seeds
Lemon pepper
Dill

And I eat it on toasted wheat bread...what do you think of that?
My husband is radically against tuna on toast. He thinks it's borderline inedible, I think he's deranged.

9 comments:

Jason said...

I keep mine simple:
Tuna
Mayo (or Salad Dressing)
Sweet diced pickles + a little juice
Salt
Pepper
Maybe diced celery, but I usually skip it

Jessica said...

Wow. I'm impressed. My husband is the only one who ever makes us tuna and all he does is put Miracle Whip in it. One time I convinced him to let me add some mustard and he did so grudgingly and then I added too much and ruined the whole thing. I haven't messed with his tuna since.

Melissa Gephart said...

I like it VERY simple. Either very light may or Miracle Whip (I like both), on regular or toasted bread - depending my mood - and CHEESE. I like sharp cheddar on my tuna, but anything will work. My daughter and I LOVE tuna ON a salad - drain the tuna, put it over lettuce with all your salad fixins', pour dressing over the top and mix well. That is my favorite way to eat tuna!

Amy said...

I keep mine even simpler. Nothing. Okay, sometimes just some dijon mustard or Italian dressing. I hate mayo, and ever since the Parisian Honeymoon Food Poisoning Incident of 2004, I'm leery of it.

Jessica said...

See! It's such a simple prospect. Tuna Sandwich. And yet....everyone has their own "right" way.

cube said...

tuna, mayo, salt, pepper, and a dash of lemon juice. Toasted bread is OK, but so is untoasted.

Anonymous said...

Tuna, mayo, lemon juice, celery, onion, parsley. Toasted bread is a must.
Or, tune melt - tuna, mayo, sharp cheddar on top, in the toaster oven.
Joan

Susie said...

i used to do very small amount of mayo, crushed pineapple, cinnamon, and sweet relish.. but i have given up the tuna.

Jessica said...

Given up TUNA!? That's crazy talk!