Hey everyone today’s recipe is for Tuna Salad Sandwiches. Who is ready for some healthy sandwich ideas? These sandwiches are perfect anytime you need a lunch, brunch or light dinner recipe. I never tire of a good sandwich do you?
You can pack this recipe away for picnic season too. One thing I like doing with tuna salad is taking the tuna salad in a container, packed on ice. Then at my destination such as the park making them. They are quick, easy to make and fill you up. I love packing up sandwiches for kids to take to our nearby park for play dates. You can make the mix ahead of time but, I prefer to assemble right before leaving so the bread doesn’t get soggy.
To this day I love eating potato chips with tuna. But, since I’m watching what I eat I’ve been foregoing adding them to my plate. I’ve been having a carrot apple juice instead. Keeping my lunch on the healthy side. Let’s get started with this recipe.
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Tuna Salad Sandwiches
This is only one version of the yummy sandwich we love to make, so stay tuned for the next one. I’ll have a step by step with that recipe too. Today’s recipe serves two. But, the recipe can easily be doubled and tripled.
What you’ll need for the sandwich recipe
- 1 can of Albacore Tuna (packed in water)
- Black Olives (pitted)
- Purple Onion
- Lettuce (ice-burg)
- 1 lime
- Cracked black pepper
- 1 Garlic clove (crushed)
- Bread 4 slices (I used Oroweat 100% Whole Wheat Bread)
Steps for making a tuna sandwich
Open your can of tuna, preferably packed in water.Why albacore tuna? It’s a higher quality tuna that is all white and is a prized food.
Drain off the water and put it into a good size bowl.
Finely chop your (pitted) black olives
Prep your veggies (as directed in the recipe)
Sprinkle a quarter wedge of lime, add crushed garlic, add dash of cracked pepper and 1/4 cup or less of Mayonnaise to bowl and stir gently.
After everything is in the tuna mixture and mixed together start to assemble your sandwich. L
Layer tuna, spread over one layer of the bread.
Add tomato, lettuce and top with final piece of bread (optionally, you can add a slice of onion, sprouts and even avocado)
Cut in half
For today’s sandwich recipe I picked Oroweat’s Whole Grains 100% Whole Wheat Bread. Why? Oroweat® Whole Grains 100% Whole Wheat sliced bread is premium bread with a whopping 21g of whole grains per slice! Oroweat® Whole Grains 100% Whole Wheat sliced bread is 90 calories and has no high fructose corn syrup or artificial colors or flavoring.
You see this is one big, yummy and hearty sandwich! I’ve loved Oroweat breads for a long time. Have you tried them?
Are you ready to elevate your tuna sandwich!
What’s your favorite thing to pair with your sandwiches and recipes?
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Enjoy making this tuna salad!