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Author: [Food & Fitness] Topic: Tuna fish sammich recipes?
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Posted: 2/1/2008 6:18:58 PM
Everytime I make a bowl of tuna fish it tastes bland. I go with Mayo, Albacore, scallions, sweet relish, salt and pepper and it still tastes like a newspaper....I want some jump, some life, some vigor. 
Please help me make a tuna salad sandwhich that I'm excited to eat.
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Posted: 2/1/2008 6:20:22 PM
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Posted: 2/1/2008 6:22:23 PM
I like bread and butter pickles in my tuna.
 
 
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Posted: 2/1/2008 6:25:49 PM
add garlic and onions, subtract the salt and scallions, put a little bit of deli mustard on the bread, add a piece of cheese, and viola!
 
Sometimes I'll use ranch instead of mayo
 
 
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Posted: 2/1/2008 6:27:08 PM
You do need onions, that's true.
 
If you mix tuna, onion, mayo and relish or pickles, that's a nice sandwich right there.
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Posted: 2/1/2008 6:38:50 PM
Albacore, light mayo, onions, celery, finely chopped dill,and a dash of vinegar -that's my late grandmother's recipe ... toast up some multi grain bread , with some fresh tomato and lettuce and voila ..
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Posted: 2/1/2008 6:48:05 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Football_Expert:

You do need onions, that's true.
 
If you mix tuna, onion, mayo and relish or pickles, that's a nice sandwich right there.


To this I add a couple of  hard boiled eggs, chopped.
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Posted: 2/1/2008 6:59:18 PM
Ideas galore. Fresh Dill, mustard, cheese, garlic powder...I'm getting it now I think.
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Posted: 2/1/2008 7:02:18 PM
Hey, the chopped eggs may do the trick.
 
I'm off to the kitchen to experiment.
 
 
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Posted: 2/1/2008 7:04:12 PM
I prefer something sweet in the pickle category.
 
Some people like a little dill, but it all depends on your tastes.
 
If I can't get b&b pickles, I always get sweet peppers at least.
 
Lee's Hoagie House in Philly made the best tuna hoagie I ever had.
 
I used to love that sandwich.
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Posted: 2/1/2008 7:15:13 PM
Get married to a fat, ugly girl, and let her make the sandwiches.
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Posted: 2/1/2008 7:15:31 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by searchwarrant:

Ideas galore. Fresh Dill, mustard, cheese, garlic powder...I'm getting it now I think.

 

I add real garlic. . .  the chopped kind you get in jars from Spice World or Christopher Ranch in your refrigerated produce section

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Posted: 2/1/2008 7:40:02 PM
Search -
 
I more ingredient Lemon Juice -
 
just a dash , thank me later ..
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Posted: 2/1/2008 7:48:56 PM
Heres a few ideas as I used to experiment with Tuna since I work out and like the protein!

Combo 1: Tuna/Mayo/Chopped Up Hardboiled Eggs
Combo2: Tuna/Mayo put it on bread with a little lettuce, tomatoes, banana peppers, and red wine vinaigrette
Combo3: Tuna/Mayo/Salt/Pepper/Lemon Juice/A dash of vinegar
Combo4: The Tuna Melt, Fry up some bacon, put the Tuna/Mayo on the sammich with the Cheese and Mayo, and put it on a Foreman Grill or in a toaster!

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Posted: 2/1/2008 8:28:08 PM
Tuna
Mayo
Dill Relish
chopped up hard boiled egg whites
chopped up tomatoes
 
Toasted bread.
 
Enjoy. 
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Posted: 2/1/2008 8:56:31 PM
I never realized how bad canned tuna was until I tasted some smoked stuff that a co-worker caught.........amazing difference. Real tuna is pretty damn good.
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Posted: 2/1/2008 9:05:55 PM
Grilled cheese/tuna sandwich is a good way to spice it up..


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Posted: 2/1/2008 9:18:00 PM
A number of you have mentioned hard boiled egg.  
 
 
I don't get that one.          Doesn't seem like those would be good together.  
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Posted: 2/1/2008 9:53:40 PM
 Definately add onions and make it a Red onion.


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Posted: 2/1/2008 9:54:10 PM
         chopped pepperoncini might help
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Posted: 2/1/2008 10:07:44 PM
I love mine with relish, egg, and tobasco
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Posted: 2/1/2008 10:43:06 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Greyhound:

A number of you have mentioned hard boiled egg.  
 
 
I don't get that one.          Doesn't seem like those would be good together.  



Hound, i vouch for themm it is wonderful
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Posted: 2/1/2008 11:15:44 PM
Dice up some apple and throw that in there.....freaking awesome and very refreshing
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Posted: 2/1/2008 11:37:46 PM
sprinkle a pinch of old bay seasoning in there
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Posted: 2/2/2008 12:02:01 AM
Very simple:

Chunk light tuna + cucumber + miracle whip on toasted white bread. With salt & vinegar chips on the side and a Sprite to drink
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