Did you hear about the recent study that found that Subway tuna sandwiches had no “tuna or fish” in them?
Well, to be frank, that was simply a clickbaity non-scientific piece of fake news. Processed tuna will not contain any tuna DNA – and that’s ok.
Whatever the hype these days, tuna salad sandwiches are awesome. Try this one!
5 Tips for the Most Delicious Tuna Salad
- You can use tuna canned in water or in oil, but keep in mind that the taste of salad will be lighter if it is water-packed tuna.
- Be creative when it comes to ingredients added to your tuna salad – add your favorite ones to create a unique taste!
- Fresh tuna can replace canned tuna.
- Use a food processor to make a smooth and creamy salad.
- Tuna combined with onion and dill makes the perfect combo!
Subway Tuna Salad Sandwich with Boiled Eggs and Sweet Corn
For the sandwich:
- 2 baguettes fresh
- 6 eggs hard-cooked, sliced
- 1 lettuce
For the Tuna Salad:
- Fill a saucepan with cold water and add the eggs. The eggs should be completely covered with water. Turn the stove to high heat and bring to a boil. Turn off the heat, cover the saucepan and leave it for 10 minutes.
- Cool the eggs in a bowl of cold water (or ice water) for a few minutes. Peel the shells and slice the eggs.
- To make a tuna salad first you need to drain water or oil out of canned tuna. Mix well drained tuna with chopped onion and mayonnaise in a medium size bowl. Add fresh dill and squeezed lemon juice and combine.
- In another bowl mix together sliced tomato, diced pickles, corn and chopped olives and season with some salt and pepper.
- Cut baguettes in half to make four sandwiches and then slice each half. Take a piece of bread and put a few lettuce leaves and two spoons of tuna salad on top. Add a layer of corn salad and a few slices of eggs. Add another layer of lettuce leaves and top with the other half of baguette. Enjoy!