11 April 2012

Tuna Sandwich

I just want to remind you that the April Link Party is still up and running. Please stop by and share your ideas from the month.

As a young stay at home mom with only a toddler that still doesn't have enough teeth to chew up a lot of foods I find I still eat like a single college student, at least for lunch. This is one of those recipes I learned during the college years that is both easy and inexpensive. It's by no means gourmet food, but it gets the job done when you need to make a quick and easy lunch.  It's nice because it's a warm tuna sandwich. I'l be honest, I love nice cold tuna salad sandwiches, but not in the middle of winter. A nice warm sandwich is great on a cold day, and this is a good way to make one out of tuna.

Tuna Sandwich
  • 1 can tuna
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon flour
  • 2 slices of cheese (optional)
Drain tuna. Combine tuna, egg and flour. Mix well.  Drop a scoop of tuna mixture in a lightly greased frying pan, heated to medium heat. Spread out tuna so it is shaped like a patty. Cook for a couple of minutes and then flip over and top with cheese. Cook until tuna is cooked through and cheese is melted. To help cheese melt faster, put a lid over the pan.  Top sandwich with tartar sauce (In my case miracle whip and pickle relish).

4 comments :

  1. I used to make these...the only way I would eat tuna! Nice to meet you via Mom On Time Out. I'm a new follower too, and I would love if you stopped by. Have a great week, Lori

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  2. I just love a great Tuna Sandwich! Hope you are having a wonderful Spring day. Thank you so much for sharing your great recipe with Full Plate Thursday and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  3. I know you did not get this recipe from me!

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    1. I learned it at a Relief Society Activity at BYU-I

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