Recipe by STACEYO
"This zesty salad gets its name from the colorful diced veggies and the party your taste buds will have when you try it! Try using yellow bell peppers instead of the red, if you like. Serve on a bed of lettuce or crusty sourdough rolls."
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2 (6 ounce) cans
diced green bell pepper
diced red bell pepper
red onion, diced
thinly sliced green onion
chopped fresh parsley
rice wine vinegar
hot pepper sauce
salt and pepper to taste
Wow! Another really tasty tuna salad! I cut the recipe in half for one can of tuna. I used celery instead of green pepper and Frank's red hot for the hot pepper sauce. I'm a huge fan of Frank's! The rice wine vinegar was an interesting addition here, but there was not enough mayo. I mean 1 Tbsp. for a whole can just doesn't cut it for me. I used light mayo and just added it to my own personal tastes. This was interesting in terms of taste, color, and texture. It was very good on toasted whole grain bread.
this was okay.. bf liked it more than i did.. i only had green bell pepper so i just doubled the amount.. left out the red onion and subbed cilantro for parsley.. after tasting the final product i added more garlic, rice wine vinegar, and hot pepper sauce (frank's)
I thought this would be great as a pasta salad so I doubled the recipe and added Penne pasta. It was delicious! Perfect summertime lunch.
This recipe makes an outstanding tuna salad. I added diced celery, sliced cherry tomatoes and served it on a croissant with romaine lettuce.
This was quite good, by the recipe, but after making it, I found I missed some of my favorite standard additions to tuna salad. Added boiled eggs, celery, celery salt, and onion powder for a flavor my husband and I were a little happier with. We'll definitely continue to use the flavorful variations from this recipe, as well. Altogether, this was a nice change!
This tuna salad was delicious and so pretty. I didn't have fresh parsley so I left it out, and it still tasted great. I was easy to make, but a little time consuming for me, because I am a slow chopper. This is a keeper, will definitely make again!
I'd like this recipe, however, I didn't feel that it was any more special than any other tuna salad recipe. I would make it again though because it makes a nice presentation.
This is SO EASY to make (coming from someone who usually only opens a can of tuna and adds mayo) and I've gotten compliments on it both times I've served it at parties. One person even told me three months later that it was the best tuna they'd ever had.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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