5 Reviews

When my DH works late & has a snack at work, he is usually after something light & tasty vs a meal that evening. I try to give him healthy fare at these times & this is good for that goal. Using rye bread made from Sour Cream Rye Bread (ABM) by Marie & pickle relish as I had no gherkins, I chose to serve this sandwich open-face w/o lettuce. The lemon & cream cheese vs mayo cut the salty taste & make it more adult-fare vs kid-friendly, but that is just what makes it a *keeper* for me. :-)

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twissis September 16, 2008

Really liked this sandwich. A nice change from mayo. Great flavor!!

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LaurelLee August 11, 2008

I basically stuck to the recipe, but used white bread and toasted the sandwich in butter. I used 1/4 of a red onion, mustard pickle spread, lightly coated the inside of the sandwich with low fat mayo and added extra tasty cheese, sea salt and freshly cracked black pepper. I left out the lettuce leaves. Very tasty, and I liked the hint of lemon.

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Soobeeoz December 01, 2007

Really enjoyed the flavours in this tuna mix. I had no pickles so added 2 teaspoons of gerkin relish. Delicious. :)

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Evie* November 19, 2005

Nice twist on tuna sandwiches. I used a low-fat yogurt cream cheese spread. I made my sandwich this a.m. and packed it for lunch at work. The bread did not get soggy. I liked the lemon flavor. Thanks for sharing.

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PaulaG May 12, 2004
Rye Bread Sandwiches With Tuna, Pickle and Cream Cheese