Tuna Fish Sandwich
A sandwich is a sandwich, but the aroma from the tuna when mixed with mayo and onions somehow is very inviting. The first taste lets you know that this is going to be a delicious meal. The tomatoes and the lettuce just enhances the sandwich's flavor.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
5 ounce cans tuna in water, drained
red or white, your preference
stalk chopped celery
slices of thick bread
whole wheat, white, rye, challah
Boston lettuce leaves
or your choice of greens
In a medium bowl, chop the tuna, not too fine, into small chucks. Add the mayo and onions and stir to combine. Set aside.
Toast the bread. On 2 slices put some lettuce, add the tuna, and a slice or two of tomato. Put a little mayo on the other 2 pieces of bread.
Close each sandwich with the bread. You can leave it whole or slice it in half. Leftover tuna can be stored for another day. Serve with a dill pickle and a side of coleslaw, potato salad, or soup.