Classic Tuna Salad
Appears in Cook's Country April/May 2015, America's Test Kitchen TV
Right out of the can, tuna is chalky and bland—you need to fix those problems ￼before your tuna salad can be any good.
WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS
Tuna salad, so familiar and simple, is often watery, chalky, and/or bland. To achieve a moist and flavorful tuna salad, we first thoroughly drain chunk tuna and dry it with paper towels. We enlist the microwave to quickly cook some onions i...