We’ve all heard the healthy stories about Tuna, even tough many people think it tastes like cat food. I’m here to tell you it certainly does not and that there are so many things you can do to Tuna to make it way more than the Subway version of a Tuna and mayo sandwich, or should I say the Mayo and Tuna sandwich.
There are so may add-ons you can add to make it a deli sandwich worthy concoction. First of all, bring on the spices! So many different combinations can be put together that change up the flavor from one sandwich to the next.
Next up is of course the veggie accompaniments – This particular sandwich got a dose of green pepper, orange pepper and radishes. But you can add anything from cucumber and tomato to mushrooms and sprouts. I think that’s why I love sandwiches so much, there’s never just one way to make them. There’s no set recipe that you have to follow or it doesn’t taste right.
One more thing, when it comes to sandwiches, especially ones that have any kind of liquid and that may soak up the bread – You need a pretty solid slice that will hold up against a heavy Tuna salad sandwiches, I present my new favorite bread and my current mayo. Contrary to popular belief, mayo actually has no dairy, but you can get the vegan version that just replaces the eggs.
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When it comes to sandwiches, the sky is the limit – and that’s what i’m all about! So build them up or build them up or build them down, there’s no wrong way to make a sandwich.