I love a good tuna salad. Unfortunately most store bought tubs and restaurant dishes are full of fat, high in calories, and made with some unnecessary ingredients and/or preservatives. In addition, most recipes include eggs and relish, both of which I don’t really like in my tuna salad. So I set out to make my own recipe that still has all my favorites but it’s not nearly as high in calories and fat as many recipes out there. I’ll be honest, I’ve tried to make tuna salads without mayo and it’s not even like eating tuna salad to me. So I do use a little mayo to get the creaminess but not nearly as much as many recipes call for. Fresh dill is the ingredient that makes this tuna salad so good though. I just can’t get enough of it.