The Condiment You Should Be Adding To Tuna Salad

Tuna salad owes its creation to the great tradition of food conservation, whereby people got the most of every edible morsel.

The history of tuna salad, which was akin to chicken or ham salad that used leftover bits of protein bound with items like celery and olives in mayonnaise.

Tuna eventually eclipsed the salmon, white fish, and trout once more common in seafood salads.

Tuna salad is no different, with a range of ingredients and modifications that make a treat for most any taste.

A frequently seen addition, one that counteracts the tuna's strong umami and the richness of mayonnaise

The addition of dill relish, chopped dill pickle, dill pickle juice, or even fresh dill gives tuna salad a wonderfully briny bite.

If you decide to go dill and want to make your own, you can follow our recipe or shop for a jar that suits your taste.

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