6 Reviews

I loved this salad. It was excellent with rotis (Indian Flat Bread). I added crushed red pepper to it.

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Luna Hippie July 22, 2012

Wasn't really crazy about this combination of flavors. It wasn't bad, but just not to my tastes. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Game.

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mailbelle March 23, 2009

Very tasty as a sandwich filling, but we found it a bit much as a stand alone dish. Then again, I did use an extra 1/2 tsp of garam masala. I also used sweet mustard pickle spread in place of the dill pickle relish as I don't think I've seen that here. I'll look out for it and if I find it will try again cutting back the garam masala to 1 tsp, and I'll post a rating. I used a 425 gram can of chunk tuna, extra pine nuts and everything else as listed. Thanks for posting.

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Soobeeoz April 28, 2008

5 STARs!!! Great, easy, and very delicious!! I'm full now MUAHAHAA I added onions and some little extras, I loved it!

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The_Dead_Navajo September 23, 2007

This is a lovely and unique tuna salad. I was surprised by how much the toasted pine nuts added to the flavor -- definitely don't leave those out. :) Has a nice balance of flavors -- not too strong with mayo which is important to me. The garam masala adds a lovely aroma and flavor -- next time I may try using curry powder instead. Thanks!

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*Shelly* February 10, 2005

This recipe is so easy and delicious; a nice twist to the traditional tuna sandwich.

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Chef Schmitty January 19, 2005
Indian Tuna Salad