Curry Tuna Fish Sandwiches

"I like this recipe because it's simple and good. Also, it can be made quickly. I made it up out of items that were already on hand."
 
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Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
10
Yields:
2 sandwiches
Serves:
2
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ingredients

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directions

  • Toast the bread.
  • Mix the first seven ingredients.
  • Lay lettuce leaves down on each slice of bread.
  • Spoon the tuna mixture and top with the tomato and top bread slice.
  • Serves 2 generous sandwiches.
  • Also, the tuna can be mixed the night before for cool, refreshing sandwiches.

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Reviews

  1. David Stobbe
    Easy to make; works very well and is pleasing to the eye when you replace the dill pickle with red bell pepper. Next time around I would increase the curry portion; not enough.
     
  2. grumblebee
    Great recipe! I agree with a previous reviewer who suggested using red pepper in place of pickles. I also like adding in a sprinkle of toasted cumin seeds -- it just adds a nice little extra "something" and reinforces the smokey/sweet light curry taste. Yum yum! :)
     
  3. Cookbook junkie 2001
    Very yummy!!!! I kind of eyeballed the amounts on everything but it was delicious. Also, we left the tomato off since we didn't have any.
     
  4. mittens 1
    This recipe made me love tuna sandwiches again. I only added curry power, mayo, mustard and pickles (it was all I had) but it still came out delicious! I have already made this recipe numerous times!
     
  5. PaulaG
    This made a wonderful quick weeknight dinner with a cup of soup on the side. The curry powder is a nice addition and blends well with other ingredients. For DH the sandwich was made on jalapeno cheese bread and for me the salad was served minus the bread. Made for *A TASTE OF YELLOW for LIVESTRONG DAY!* in the photo forum.
     
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Tweaks

  1. David Stobbe
    Easy to make; works very well and is pleasing to the eye when you replace the dill pickle with red bell pepper. Next time around I would increase the curry portion; not enough.
     

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