Tuna Salad Sandwich
Whip up a tuna fish sandwich, and take advantage of one of the healthiest fish around. Serve 'em plain or dress 'em up for a party -- these tuna fish sandwiches are always a hit.
Jarred tuna makes these open-faced sandwiches a cinch to prepare. Just boil the eggs and green beans, toast the bread and assemble.
Fish-shaped bread makes kids want to eat the crunchy tuna salad inside.
In the middle of summer, when the mere thought of cooking a hot meal makes you sweat, sandwiches come to the rescue. And of the many sandwich options, tuna salad is one of the top five favorites of all time. Know how to make tuna salad, and you'll have a hot-weather weapon that will win over even the fussiest eater in the family.
Your kids are more likely to eat tuna salad when it's served in a hot dog bun, as in this recipe.
For a tuna-fruit combo, substitute drained crushed pineapple for the dill pickle.
Start with canned tuna for these warm and tasty sandwiches cooked to a golden brown.
For a lighter take on a tuna salad sandwich, ditch the mayonnaise dressing and hollow out the baguette. This way, the fresh vegetable and fish flavors can shine!
A crisp broccoli slaw salad adds crunch to these skinny tuna melt sandwiches. Pair one with a side of fruit for a healthy lunch.
Try this California-style sandwich for your next backyard cookout. The ginger marinated tuna steaks served on sourdough bread with ginger-soy mayonnaise and mashed avocado are sure to win accolades.
Instead of mayonnaise, we used balsamic vinegar to dress this tuna salad. Serve on whole grain bread for a quick lunch.
Whether spread between two slices of bread or scooped on top of some leafy greens, learn how to make tuna salad tuna salad and you'll always have a delicious lunch for work or school.
This version of tuna salad uses a vinaigrette dressing instead of mayonnaise. It also has capers for flavor and almonds for crunch, creating a winning sandwich filler.
Knowing how to make a crab salad sandwich is what sets apart a gourmand from a run-of-the-mill cook. Anyone can whip up a tuna melt or a ham and cheese sub, but a crab salad is a lunch that is equally suited to a damask tablecloth or a picnic basket.
Capers, chile pepper flakes, and flat leaf parsley are just some of the ingredients that make this tuna salad recipe different from the rest.