Classic tuna salad with a delectable dill and cranberry twist.
A really good tuna salad can hit the spot when you’re hungry or want something to eat that’s on the lighter side.
Just mixing tuna with mayonnaise tastes good together with the saltiness of the tuna and creamy texture of the mayonnaise. The cool thing about tuna salad is that the ingredients can be tailored to your liking. Combining the tuna and mayonnaise is like a clean slate, and the tuna salad just gets better from there.
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