Curried Tuna Salad

01bTunaIngredientsbfLOSometimes, you takes your chances and you come up a winner.

We’d been away for a long weekend and I hadn’t had a chance to get to the market, but we were gonna need lunch. I had a couple of cans of my favorite tuna in the cupboard, but, what to do with it? QuickLikeABunny – to da Google!

The nice lady on calls this Barbie’s Tuna, and I only needed to make a few, tiny changes to suit my pantry…

•2 cans tuna, drained
•3/4 cup mayonnaise
•3 tbsp sweet pickle relish
•3 tbsp dill pickle relish
•2 tbsp Asiago cheese, grated
•1/4 tsp dried onion
•1/2 tsp curry powder
•2 tbsp dried parsley
04TunaCurrySaladbfLO•1 tsp celery seed
•1/8 tsp garlic powder
•2 scallions, sliced

Combine all the ingredients together in a large bowl, then turn into a container, cover, and chill for at least 3 hours to allow the flavors to blend (and for that dried onion to rehydrate).

One. Fine. Tuna Salad.

06eTunaCrackersbfLOMebbe a touch heavy on the cheese – next time I plan on cutting back to one tablespoon – but truly a nice, and nicely different, take on your every day tuna.

We were both quite happy with it in sammiches for lunch, and the leftovers made for a tasty appetizer on some crackers I’ve been meaning to use up.

Check it out, and thank Barbie for a nice take on tuna.

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