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CHRISSIET01
Posts: 1,282
5/20/09 11:46 A

Miracle whip/mayo-1/2 and half-only til moist
Hard-boiled eggs-for one small can of tuna, I use only two eggs
1 tbsp. Relish
1 tsp mustard



CRZYQUILTER
Posts: 4,664
5/20/09 9:58 A

I don't eat tuna because it reminds me of cat food. My mother used to always eat it for lunch with Catalina salad dressing(just a little). She says it tastes good. My husband prefers the normal way to make tuna salad with mayo.



KLEVERKIRA
Posts: 1,099
5/20/09 9:51 A

Lemon, green onions, grated carrot, chopped celery, lots of pepper.



HUMMINBIRD58
Posts: 223
5/20/09 9:19 A

Pickle relish
or
Mustard
or
a tiny bit of ff mayo, add a slice of cheese and a thick slice of tomato, broil open face sandwiches.
Chopped apple sounds really yummy, I'm going to try that soon!



HEYLIZ
Posts: 356
5/20/09 9:03 A

-Balsamic vinaigrette or even just balsamic vinegar with fresh basil and chopped tomatoes
-A touch of olive oil, lemon juice and blackened seasoning




RUTHDES
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5/20/09 8:58 A

pickle relish and a little mustard makes a good tuna lunch



CROPER2
Posts: 103
5/20/09 8:56 A

I don't use mayo either. I use:
* lemon juice
* broccoli slaw
* shredded carrots
* finely chopped celery (sometimes celery seed)
* diced tomato
* (sometimes) chopped walnuts



CATLADY21
Posts: 1,947
5/20/09 8:29 A

pickle's, onion, boiled eggs......



MALEXANDER4
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5/20/09 8:02 A

white or light color raisins, plumper, and mustard. relish.



-POOKIE-
Posts: 11,848
5/20/09 5:55 A

I love adding Yofu to mine, and a little splash malt vinegar. Beacuse the yofu is so low fat you can put lots in and make it all squishy!



ELSEYDON
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5/20/09 5:32 A

THANKS FOR ALL THE IDEAS



CRICKETRO
Posts: 28,971
5/20/09 5:09 A

I NEVER put Mayo.
I haven't had a tuna salad in months but here's what i used to put in them:

-- lettuce
-- cucumber
-- tomato
-- grated carrot
-- mustard
-- (or yogurt dressing: low fat yogurt + herbs)
-- (or lemon zest)

Edited by: CRICKETRO at: 5/20/2009 (05:10)


CLOBBERELLA
Posts: 503
5/20/09 3:56 A

No mayo.

Miracle Whip
Mustard
Dill Relish
Chopped Onion
Chopped Green Pepper
Chopped Celery
Shredded Lettuce




RHIAKH
Posts: 1,000
5/20/09 1:38 A

egg, mustard, zucchini, lemon juice, onion



MIMIWALKING
Posts: 4,607
5/20/09 1:23 A



sweet pickle relish


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ADVOCATEMOMMY
Posts: 321
5/20/09 12:33 A

Relish





SKINNYPATTY
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5/20/09 12:27 A

If you like sharp cheddar cheese, add a 1 ounce slice to your tuna sandwich. Surprisingly good--even reduced fat cheese tastes pretty good! I also agree with chopped egg whites, celery, dill pickle relish, chopped green or purple onion, even sliced black or green olives.



HMOONLIGHT
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5/19/09 10:45 P

Great recipe LB1019. Will definitely give that one a try.



EMILY0129
Posts: 70
5/19/09 10:37 P

Mustard



ROCKOROB
Posts: 200
5/19/09 10:36 P

chopped onion, fresh jalapeno, tomatoe, lettuce and fresh squeezed lime.



JCPOLSKY85
Posts: 101
5/19/09 10:21 P

I can't believe no one has suggested ranch dressing!!! If you use the low/non fat variety it's not nearly bad for you and oh so yummy.

ranch dressing all the way :)



LB4HEALTH
Posts: 1,769
5/19/09 9:18 P

Capers, chopped celery, chopped onion, mustard, fresh dill, plain ff greek yogurt (so creamy and decadent), chopped apple...OMG - so yummy!



HMOONLIGHT
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5/19/09 7:52 P

I found a great recipe from a cookbook that I have. 5tbs olive oil, 1.5 tbs red wine vinegar, chopped basil, chopped sun dried tomatos, chopped kalamata olives (can leave out if watching salt intake), sliced green onions, salt & pepper to taste. Put into a whole wheat pita or whole wheat roll & top with arugala or spinach leaves. NO MAYO!



FECORTES
Posts: 68
5/19/09 7:43 P

I put cottage cheese, like 2 Tbsp for a 5 oz can. It gives the creamy without the fat and calories from mayo.



COOKIEJIM
Posts: 851
5/19/09 7:39 P

Shreded carrots,chipolte pickle relish,boiled egg whites,white pepper,flax meal celery and edible yeast.



MERVEILLE
Posts: 35
5/19/09 7:39 P

Onions, salt and pepper, eggs, and celery



NYTQUILL
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5/19/09 6:46 P

Oh yeah, a diced apple is great in tuna, even a red apple works.



ICANDI4U
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5/19/09 6:27 P

onions, celery, egg white, tomato, and cayanne pepper.

Edited by: ICANDI4U at: 5/19/2009 (18:27)


THEOTHERLC
Posts: 22
5/19/09 6:18 P

Hard boiled egg!



TIKIMAMI
Posts: 155
5/19/09 6:09 P

Lemon pepper & cubed green apples really spice it up! I mix in onions, celery, lemon pepper and green apples and chow down.

Seems an unlikely combo but seriously try it! The tartness and slight sweetness of the apple really makes it great.



NYTQUILL
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5/19/09 5:43 P

Well I do eat my tuna with a small amount of mayonnaise, though I still keep it pretty "dry." But other than the mayo what do I put in it?

A small splash of red wine vinegar, a small dash of sugar or sweetener, a drop or three of Tobasco sauce, a little lemon juice, a little onion powder (or chopped onions if I have the time.)

Or herbs and spices - rosemary, thyme, lemon pepper, some Mrs. Dash or whatever from my spice rack I'm in the mood for. To know if a seasoning will go well with tuna I open up the jar and hold it over the tuna and take a big sniff...so I get the tuna smell and the spice smell at the same time and if I like the way it smells together I put a little in!



TWOSTICKS
Posts: 1,761
5/19/09 5:25 P

Dijion mustard and grated carrots

or just plain!



JUSTJEWEL32
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5/19/09 5:13 P

Eggs, relish and onions.



MISSY0209
Posts: 109
5/19/09 5:11 P

cheese and tomatoes



JULIESTHIN
Posts: 89
5/19/09 5:10 P

Instead of mayo use fat free greek yogurt (plain, of course!). It's very tangy -- think tzatziki sauce (greek yogurt is the base). I like to add fresh dill, maybe some capers and for texture, fresh red bell peppers and cucumber.



PKTHUNDER
Posts: 316
5/19/09 4:27 P

Chopped up celery for some crunch
dried onion flakes, if I'm not going to eat it right away - if I make it in the morning they reconstitute by lunchtime
relish
mustard



LOGICALLIE
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5/19/09 4:18 P

Just relish.



GENEVIEVE34
Posts: 1,160
5/19/09 4:18 P

I hate mayonnaise. I make my tuna with pepper and vegetables! =)



PROGRESSFORWARD
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5/19/09 4:06 P

I leave out the mayo but add tomato slices, cucumbers, onion.

I also like the flavored tunas by Bumblebee...lemon tuna & sun dried tomato tuna



HEALTHNUTTOX
Posts: 547
5/19/09 3:34 P

i like it straight up with a little water and chopped up celery.
you could also try "veganaise".



NABRIGHTEYES
Posts: 440
5/19/09 3:06 P

My tuna recipe I make to eat solo- NO BREAD NEEDED!

Onions
Relish or Sweet Gherkins
Red Peppers
Miracle Whip

And if I am feeling fat, I will add hard boiled eggs



DARSAN
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5/19/09 3:03 P

hot peppers from potbelly sandwich....i can't describe how delicious they are.



SEANNAH143
Posts: 491
5/19/09 2:57 P

HUMMUS!!!!-
try it no joke soo good!



CASEYFM
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5/19/09 2:13 P

I use mustard. Or, I buy the kind packed in oil and just add herbs to it - basil and/or oregano and/or pepper.



CLIMBERCHICK14
Posts: 11,246
5/19/09 2:09 P

Blech. I can't stand the smell, taste or look of mayo. YUCK! I just eat tuna plain. I like it like that. I add some scallions or chopped onions sometimes.



PINKUNICORN81
Posts: 86
5/19/09 2:09 P

I mix a can of tuna with sriracha sauce (Thai hot sauce) and then eat it with ryvitas. Spicy!



GARCIARD
Posts: 10
5/19/09 2:07 P

With lemon & olive oil



MJANV1970
Posts: 195
5/19/09 2:06 P

I like it over two slices of toasted bread with a 1/2 slice of low-fat cheese melted on each half of the bread. :)

Edited by: MJANV1970 at: 5/19/2009 (14:07)


GONNABEFITNOW
Posts: 225
5/19/09 2:06 P

Relish and mustard make it very low calorie!



STEPHY184
Posts: 45
5/19/09 2:04 P

How else do you prepare tuna, if you eat it?

I am looking for some new ideas on how to make it without using mayo!

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated! =)



 
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