The Best Ever Sandwiches You’ll Taste

The best ever tuna and egg mayonnaise sandwiches

My British friend Debbie is a food goddess! On my visits with her and her family she fed me plenty of absolutely yummy dishes and I was always eager to make notes.

Today I want to share with you two easy fillings for sandwiches. Most of the times I prepare them together for a little variety on my plate. If I want to feel extra British I buy a bag of chips (actually they call them crisps – chips is french fires in the UK) and serve them with my sandwiches.

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Ingredients

  • 14 slices of (whole grain) bread
  • cress
  • mustard (I love the one with mustard seeds in it)
  • margarine (I skip that one mostly)
  • salad cream (I only use it if I have it at home anyways)
  • some greens (you could use rocket, cucumber, tomato, lettuce, onion – basically whatever you prefer)

Tuna Mix (4 sandwiches):

  • can of tuna
  • zest of lime
  • 3 tablespoons mayonnaise (I always use the light version)
  • pepper
  • finely chopped spring onions
  • parsley
  • sweet chilly sauce

Egg Mayonnaise (3 sandwiches):

  • 3 hard boiled eggs
  • 3 tablespoons mayonnaise (I always use the light version)
  • salt and pepper

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Instructions and meal prep time

It took me 20 minutes to do both fillings. If you buy or have pre-cooked eggs you’ll prep these delicious sandwiches even faster.

For the tuna mix you drain the can of tuna. add the zest of lime (this makes such a difference, you guys!!!), mayonnaise, pepper, finely chopped spring onions, parsley and sweet chilly sauce. Stir well, done!

The egg mayonnaise is similarly easy prepared: Just boil the eggs and cut them to pieces. I like to use one of them handy egg cutting thingies and cut the eggs each once horizontally and once vertically – you’ll end up with nice little cubes and safe so much time! Add the mayonnaise and a little s&p. Give it a good mix and you’re done!

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The tuna mix sandwiches taste absolutely wonderful with rocket (or arugula), cucumber, tomato, margarine and salad sauce. A layer of grained mustard and some cress work wonders for the egg mayonnaise sandwiches.

Options

If you don’t want to eat 7 sandwiches that’s ok, too! You can have a sandwich each and save the rest for lunch or dinner. The tuna mix works well with pasta. And both the tuna mix and the egg mayonnaise absolutely love to hang out with a bouquet of salad or a jacket potato.

Enjoy!

I hope you enjoyed this recipe and will give it a try! Don’t forget to pin or print it for later!

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The Best Ever Sandwiches You'll Taste
 
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Tuna Mix and Egg Mayonnaise Sandwiches
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Recipe type: Lunch
Ingredients
  • 14 slices of (whole grain) bread
  • cress
  • mustard (I love the one with mustard seeds in it)
  • margarine (I skip that one mostly)
  • salad cream (only if I have it at home)
  • some greens (rocket, cucumber, tomato, lettuce, onion - basically whatever you prefer)
  • TUNA MIX (4 sandwiches):
  • can of tuna
  • zest of lime
  • 3 tablespoons mayonnaise (I always use the light version)
  • pepper
  • finely chopped spring onions
  • parsley
  • sweet chilly sauce
  • EGG MAYONNAISE (3 sandwiches):
  • 3 hard boiled eggs
  • 3 tablespoons mayonnaise (I always use the light version)
  • salt and pepper
Instructions
  1. For the tuna mix sandwiches you drain the can of tuna. add the zest of lime (this makes such a difference, you guys!!!), mayonnaise, pepper, finely chopped spring onions, parsley and sweet chilly sauce. Stir well, done! The tuna mix sandwiches taste absolutely wonderful with rocket (or arugula), cucumber, tomato, margarine and salad sauce.
  2. The egg mayonnaise sandwiches are similarly easy prepared: boil the eggs and cut them to pieces. I like to use one of them handy egg cutting thingies and cut the eggs each once horizontally and once vertically - you'll end up with nice little cubes and safe so much time! Add the mayonnaise and a little s&p. Give it a good mix and you're done! A layer of grained mustard and some cress work wonders for the egg mayonnaise sandwiches.
  3. Options:
  4. If you don't want to eat 7 sandwiches that's ok, too! You can have a sandwich each and save the rest for lunch or dinner. The tuna mix works well with pasta. And both the tuna mix and the egg mayonnaise absolutely love to hang out with a bouquet of salad or a jacket potato.

 

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