APP, ENTREE, SIDE DISH, DESSERT?
FEEDS HOW MANY?
Makes around 30 sliders
FAST, WEEKNIGHT, WEEKEND?
This is one of the few times I bust out dill, and although I’m a caper person, they’re not so popular as to be standard
When I was younger I really liked tuna salad but then I stopped eating it for some reason. A resurgence of my tuna salad love happened when I was watching Keeping Up with the Kardashians (so dumb), and Bruce Jenner was eating Kendall’s leftover tuna salad sandwich on a croissant. Then I started to just CRAVE tuna salad. For Vane’s going away party, I went ALL out with the apps. This was one of the ones I served. This tuna salad recipe is a mix of a bunch of recipes I’ve made throughout the years. Also, for things like this I always just kind of make them to taste/what I feel like at the time.
Can of tuna (this was an extra big can)
Mayo (~1/2 cup)
Capers (2 tablespoons)
Lemon juice (from 1/2 lemon)
Dill (2-3 tablespoons, chopped)
Celery (3 stalks, chopped)
Jalapenos (2, chopped)
Scallions (3, sliced white parts only)
Dijon mustard (2 tablespoons)
Olive oil (~2 tablespoons)
Potato rolls (or brioche rolls)
- Mix everything. Scoop and serve on sliders. Add more mayo/olive oil to adjust consistency.
BOTTOM LINE: Refreshing tuna salad that may sway even some people who don’t like tuna salad.