Tuna Egg Sandwich Recipe
This is just an old-fashioned tuna egg sandwich that is simple and quick to make! My grandparents make these and tell me that this is the 'correct' way to make a hearty sandwich!
This was the base recipe I was looking for. I had never made a tuna sandwich....let enough hard boiled an egg. My mom used to make them all the time growing up. I changed up a few things though. 2 eggs was enough egg for me, 2 tablespoons of miracle whip and I replaced the celery with 1/4 cup of relish. Tasted great.
Hard-boiled eggs and olives are mixed with tuna, sandwiched between Swiss cheese and buttered sourdough bread, and broiled until toasted--resulting in a truly tasty tuna melt.
it was good but it was missing something..
Delicious!! I use two eggs and about 3/4 of a stalk of celery along with celery seed, salt, and pepper. Since finding this recipe we haven't eaten just tuna salad or just egg salad sandwiches. We even use this mix for stuffed tomatos. I sometimes add chopped sweet gerkins and just love the simplicity of this dish.
Yes. I didn't have celery so the green onions made up for it. And I added pepper, garlic powder a little bit of sriracha sauce and honey Dijon mustard too. The salt for me was optional. It really didn't need salt since the tuna has natural salt on it already. And I put about 2 tbsp of mayo instead of 1 since there was so much egg and tuna. But still was able to taste both without overpowering it. I just eyeballed everything to my like and taste. Love these types of recipe where I can put my own spin on it! Wish I had celery but ran out. Oh well. Can't wait to eat it. Made it the night before so I can eat it the next day for lunch. Had a little taste and it turned really good!
I have enjoyed a simular recipe of this all my young life! In ours we have sweet relish (or dill) onion, boiled eggs, mayo, sqirt of yellow mustard, and tuna (Iprefer white).
This is almost identical to what I make - I just also add some chopped up kosher dill and mustard. Occasionally, I throw in some apple, too. :) The only downside to this is that it's so delicious that I could (and occasionally do) just eat it straight with Fritos instead of putting it on some whole grain whole wheat with romaine.