I have made this several times served on toasted bread, also served on Ritz Town House Crackers. This does not taste anything like tuna, but after letting it chill overnight in the refrigerator, I found the next day, that this did smell a bit like tuna. When I assembled the ingredients together, first I used a potato masher to mash the chick peas, but I only used 1-(15.8 oz.) can of the chick peas. I then added 4 tablespoons of Kraft Mayonnasie, 1-1/ 2 teaspoons of the spicy brown mustard, as I thought the 2 teaspoons was a bit too much, plus I added 3 tablespoons of the sweet relish. I didn't have any green onions, so I just added 1 tablespoon of yellow minced onion, and I thought that was plenty of onion. I did add a dash of salt & pepper as well. In all this wasn't too bad, and it's a good replacement for tuna; especially during Lent, since I don't eat meat on Fridays. One more thing I wanted to add, I found this does keep well for days in the refrigerator.
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I have made this several times served on toasted bread, also served on Ritz Town House...