Tuna Salad has been eaten for over 100 years! Its unique taste, texture, and versatility makes it popular around the world.
And if you’ve never added eggs with some mayo to your salad, then I’m here to give you all the reasons to try my Tuna Salad with Egg and Relish.
You will soo realize that this meal is quite worth being part of your meals rotation!
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A Little Background Story
Today, I decided to share a Tuna Salad with Egg and Relish recipe that I used to make when I was a kid. Eating salads regularly is healthy because it is much more likely to fill your recommended intake of vital nutrients, fiber and good Fats.
This is the main reason why I genuinely love all sorts of salads such as: chicken salad, flavorful pasta salad, and of Course Tuna Salad!
As a child, I remember using certain bowls for a particular dish, and the Tuna Salad bowl was an orange Tupperware bowl.
My mom was the first one who taught me how to cook in her magic kitchen. She believed that it is good to get to know how to cook at an early age since it will become handy in some extreme situations.
Tuna Salad is the perfect lunch, summer potluck dish, and so much more. I hope you’ll enjoy this easy and yummy recipe as much as I do!
Tasty Tuna salad with Egg
How to Gussy up Canned Tuna?
Tuna Fish is an excellent source of vitamin B12, an essential vitamin needed to make DNA. Vitamin B12 also helps you form new red blood cells and prevents the development of Anemia.
Both fresh and canned Tuna provide the same good Omega3-fats. So, even if canned Tuna can not replicate the same flavor of fresh Tuna, it is easier dealing with cans of Tuna that are available all year round and are more stable than the fresh ones.
Canned Tuna is now being used in a variety of innovative ways like:
- Cucumber Tuna Sushi: Use Cucumber instead of Sushi Rice, add some Tuna on top, and enjoy!
- Tuna Pasta Salad
- Tuna Pizza
- Rice with Tuna and Spinach.
Consequently, with little knowledge and creativity, you can level up canned Tuna and find yourself using it on your table anytime!
Frequently Asked Questions
We don’t recommend it since freezing could compromise the texture of tuna. Plus the mayonnaise may break once thawed.
Greek yogurt works as a mayo substitute for Tuna or Chicken.
Sure, it will turn back into a normal Tuna Salad.
Ingredients For this Healthy Recipe
- Tuna salad
- Miracle Whip/Mayo
- Sandwich Spread
How to make Tuna Salad with Egg and Relish
First of all, open the cans of Tuna, drain water out of each can, then dump then tuna in a medium bowl.
Then, add all the other ingredients in the bowl and mix well.
Finally, serve with crackers or enjoy as a sandwich.
Tips: Sprinkle the Tuna with any seasonings for more flavor – Dash of Sugar, pepper, Mrs. Dash, or any flavor you want to stand out. The better the quality of Tuna used in this recipe, the better the Tuna Salad will be.
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Tuna Fish Salad with Egg and Relish
- 2 cans of Tuna Salad
- Miracle Whip/Mayo
- Sandwich Spread
- 3 large Eggs
- Open the tuna cans and drain water of each can and dump the tuna in a medium bowl.
- Add all the other ingredients in the bowl and mix well
- Serve with crackers or enjoy as a sandwich
This recipe is so good and its the perfect lunch!