Mince the red onion and dill. Thoroughly drain the oil from the canned tuna, then lightly flake the meat.
Combine the ingredients from Step 1 with all of the seasonings, and stir together until creamy.
Toast the sliced bread until crisp and brown, spread one slice with margarine, sandwich a generous amount of tuna salad using the other slice, then serve.
Story Behind this Recipe
I came up with this easy tuna salad that can be served either in a salad or in a sandwich. While it's lower in cholesterol than ham or eggs, it's hearty and filling. Add ketchup to give a subtlety sweet taste!
The salad will become creamy by mixing it thoroughly. Create your own taste by adding your favorite herbs or spices, such as Japanese mustard, whole grain mustard, thyme, rosemary, cumin powder, curry powder, etc... anything goes!