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Macaroni salad is a staple picnic food that my has at almost every summer gathering. We don’t just make this salad; we craft this salad with a chef-like precision. Ok, so we like to think so, anyway. Haha!
This recipe for mac salad is the bees knees, and you wanna know why? Because there is tuna fish in it. Now, I know what you’re thinking, “not everyone likes tuna!” I totally get that. I, particularly don’t like tuna, but when it’s intermingled in the savory ingredients of this salad, it truly becomes the “chicken of the sea.” Tuna gives this traditional BBQ salad such an awesome kick of flavor and protein.
If you aren’t a tuna fan, I encourage you to at least give this macaroni salad recipe a try. I just might make a believer out of you, yet! I have a house full of picky eaters and they gobbled this up so fast, I knew within minutes I should have made a double batch!
Recipe courtesy of Woman Freebies.
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Quick Tip: If you honest to goodness cannot stand tuna, replace it with canned chicken.