Tuna and Mustard Tuna and Relsih Tuna Fish Sandwich
I love seafood and one of my favorites is tuna. Because I eat so much seafood I am always looking for new ways to make it. My mom used to make a huge container full of tuna and I always thought hers was the best. I have tried to duplicate it, but to no avail. I have decided it was just mom’s TLC which made it so delicious. One problem I have though when making tuna is I never measure out the ingredients. I know what I want to put in, and then I taste it to decide if I need more mayonnaise, onions, or celery.
One of the wonderful things about tuna is that it is pretty versatile to a degree. For instance my mom used to make these open face sandwiches with tuna, peas, and gravy. I never liked them too much because I really did not think tuna tasted good warm. Then we all have to remember the “Tuna Helper,” another item I did not care for due to the warmth. However one dish consisting of warm tuna that I do enjoy is a tuna melt and recently I discovered tuna burgers.
It was when I discovered tuna burgers that I discovered I like Dijon
mustard in my tuna. Previously I never would have thought about putting any type of mustard in tuna, but now I add some all the time. I will try to write out my recipe so everyone can enjoy this great sandwich, but remember a good cook always tries their food before serving it.
6 oz cans solid white albacore tuna in water (the water is better for you)
heaping soup spoonfuls of mayonnaise
Onion to taste
Pepper to taste
Celery to taste
big squirt of Dijon
regular spoonful of relish
Drain both cans of tuna and put it into a bowl you will be storing it in. Combine your
mayonnaise, pepper, mustard and relish. I love my Pampered Chef chopper for chopping. If
you do not have a chopper (I’m sorry) cut up the celery and onions to a preferred size. I never
mix ingredients until they are all in the bowl, but that is optional. Another ingredient I
sometimes add are hard boiled eggs, but I have two that like tuna but not the eggs. However
this could also be added to your own private portion. After mixing together serve on whole
wheat bread (it’s better for you) with lettuce and tomato. Try toasting the bread for a warm
sandwich or just to try something different.
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June 12, 2016 / Marcelo /
Categories: Health & Fitness