Seems simple, right? No complicated ingredients. No ingredients that would cost you a fortune.
Everybody has their own way of making tuna salad. This one is closest to the way I make my own.
However, instead of using brown mustard, I use French's.
Although, there is a bottle of brown mustard in my fridge. I just might take the tip to use the stuff.
Tuna salad sandwiches do not always have to be on bread. I like my tuna salad sometimes on a bed of lettuce.
Tuna salad on bread is good for a brown bag lunch, a lunch box, etc.
Include with the tuna salad a good and chilled drink (s), a few sides, and a dessert to keep you satisfied until your next meal.
Have a delicious meal!