Servings: 1 sandwich
There’s nothing fishy about this fun and filling tuna sandwich. While it’s posing as a sushi roll, it’s packed with crunchy veggies and tuna salad to keep you goingPrint Recipe
- in One 3-ounce can solid white tuna packed in water
- 1 Tbsp lowfat mayonnaise
- 1 tsp Fresh lemon juice
- 2 slices white or whole wheat bread
- Tbsp two 4-inch long x 1/4 inch wide carrot sticks or 1 coarsely shredded carrots
- Drain tuna and mash with a fork. Stir in mayonnaise and lemon juice. Trim crusts from bread and roll out bread using a rolling pin until it is flattened to about 1/16 inch. Spoon one half of the tuna in a log down the middle of each slice of bread, arrange a carrot stick or half of the shredded carrot in the middle of the tuna and roll up the bread tightly to enclose the filling. Cut each roll crosswise into 4 pieces and arrange cut side up in one layer in a container. Cover tightly.
- Variation: Spread a little mayonnaise or mustard on the bread. Stack a thin slice of turkey and a thin slice of Swiss cheese on a work surface; place a thin strip of pickle or red bell pepper at one end of the stack and roll the ham and cheese around the pickle. Place the roll on the bread; roll up and proceed as above.
Try this tasty recipe for a Sushi Sandwich, which is not only packed with grains but is also under 500 calories.