Amelia's Tuna Macaroni Salad Recipe
Macaroni, tuna, celery, onion and peas are bathed in a creamy dressing, then garnished with hard-cooked eggs and a sprinkle of paprika. This macaroni salad will remind you of Grandma's. I love this when the weather is warm. One of the basic comfort foods!
The ingredients are classic: tuna, macaroni, mayonnaise, celery and tomatoes. Great for a summer meal.
Cooked macaroni is tossed with your favorite Italian dressing, then marinated overnight, for a creamy tuna-mac salad with loads of flavor.
For a perfect picnic salad, mix canned tuna with crunchy bell peppers and celery, toss with garlic powder, mayonnaise and mustard, add salt and pepper to taste, then stir in cooked macaroni and chill a bit to let the flavors meld.
This tuna and macaroni salad mixed with green vegetables and a creamy mayonnaise dressing is sure to be a family favorite.
A vintage recipe for delicious macaroni salad has albacore tuna, chunks of Cheddar cheese, and green sweet peas in a simple mayonnaise dressing. Just mix, chill, and serve.
The dressing makes the difference in this salad. Mayonnaise, a bit of milk, and a package of dry ranch salad dressing mix combine to make a delicious dressing for the tuna, peas, carrots, and cooked macaroni. Chill and serve to six.
A chilled macaroni salad with mayonnaise, white tuna, olives, and grape tomatoes makes a good side dish for grilled foods, or a light and easy meal on its own.
Oil-packed tuna joins chow-chow, hard-boiled eggs, and Southern-inspired seasonings in this macaroni salad that's ideal for picnics and parties.
Like a classic deli macaroni salad but less sweet, this crowd-pleaser with lots of colorful veggies is a great side for grilled food, barbeque, or just a humble hot dog.