Crunchy Tuna Wraps
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 10 min.
Quick and easy meal for a weeknight. I left out the chestnuts because I didn't have any, still good, will definitely make again.
Delicious! Had to make a few changes/substitutions, though. Used canned tuna (in water), chopped Vidalia onion instead of green onions, regular mayo, flour tortillas, chopped radishes instead of water chestnuts because that is what I had on hand and I left out the sweet red pepper (did not have), Added a dash of Louisiana hot sauce and a squirt of lemon juice....well....just because. Everything else was the same. I will make this again and will try (after I go grocery shopping) to follow the original recipe which sounds wonderful. Thanks, Edie!
This is a good change from a traditional Tuna Salad Sandwich recipe. I doubled the recipe and I used plain wraps because that's what I had on hand. I will definitely make these again.
I made these to fit into our end of the month budget. I did not like the taste. My three year old would not eat them! I would not make again!
I made this with corn & wheat flour tortillias...delicious. Easy to make & a great flavor combination.
This is a delicious tuna salad! I added some fresh ground pepper and some cucumber. I used Miracle Whip Light (as I don't like mayo), whole grain medium wraps and bagged Romaine lettuce. I also used canned tuna since I was multiplying the recipe (matched ounces). Makes a more upscale 'sandwich' to serve during Lent to friends who observe meatless Fridays.
Good flavour, added some cucumber and tomatoe