Total Time
5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Here is a tuna sandwich using low fat mayo and yogurt.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Drain tuna and mix with celery, dill, parsley, chives, mayonnaise, yogurt, and mustard.
  2. Mix well and refrigerate to let flavors blend.
  3. Spread on your favorite type of bread.

Reviews

(2)
Most Helpful

Oh! I can't believe I forgot to review this earlier! I've made this twice now... once following the directions exactly and a second time using a finely chopped dill pickle (I didn't have any dill weed on that occasion)... I LOVE that this uses low-fat ingredients and the taste is not affected at all! A+ Recipe! Made for 123 hit wonders!

12345678980123455677889 February 19, 2008

i needed something quick, easy, and with basic ingredients to fill up on so i didnt go shopping on an empty belly (never good lol) i skipped out on the onions for my sandwhich, but used them in dbfs. i also didnt have any parsley. I didnt really taste a diffrence useing the yogurt - the mayo, speasonings and mustard kind of overpowered it, which is not a bad thing considering it let me use a bit less mayo but still have the creamy tuna i like. I really liked the splash of dijon mustard - i usually put yellow in and even tho i dont really like mustard it gives the tuna a nice little bite. I didnt let it sit for too long, only about 15-20 minutes but i think it tasted just fine. Spooned it on some toasted white bread for a quick, easy, tasty lunch. thanks charlotte j

Michelle_My_Belle January 10, 2008

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