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This was a very good sandwich. We loved the apple in it. Thanks for posting.
I had a craving for a good tuna salad sandwich. This was wonderful. I did not peel the apple. Used dijon mustard and a few grindings of black peppercorns. So delicious and made a great sandwich. Thanks for sharing.
Mucho yummy. I really enjoyed the tweak of the mustard, that was a very nice change up. I diced the apple and onion very fine so that they gave a more even flavor rather that having a chunk of onion and then one of apple. Thanks hon for a lovely way to do tuna sandwich's.
I really enjoyed this....it is so nice and crisp, and it tastes so clean. You can taste each individual flavor. No ingredient is overwhelmed by another. I think I may leave the skins on my apple next time though to add a bit of color to the salad. Thanks for sharing!
This is a nice way of giving the normal tuna salad a boost of flavour. I have been doing my tuna salad with a combination of fat free mayo and sour cream for a while now. So, I was drawn to trying this recipe and I ended up enjoying it a good deal. I liked the contrast of the sharpness of the Dijon mustard with the sweetness of the apple. The only thing I did differently was to leave the skin on my apple. I used a golden delicious apple but next time I think I might make that a granny smith because I think the sharpness of that variety of apple would have worked well with the mustard. Made for Market Tag.
I omitted the onion. I served it on tortillas. It's delicious. Thanks Parsley :) Made for Market tag.