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The Big Tuna

I was obviously very hungry when I made my tuna sandwich earlier this week. I mean, look at this beast.

It was perfect, and definitely hit the spot. I’m such a sucker for tuna sandwiches. Something about them makes me crave potato chips too, I just need some crunch when I’m eating tuna I guess. Which is why I decided to load up this sandwich with crunchy vegetables the other day…to get my mind off the crunchy “other stuff”. It worked, for the most part.

The best part of this beast of a sandwich is how GOOD it is for you. Look at all those veggies! And that bread…it’s a Smart Bagel. Good stuff (100 calories, 6g fiber, 5g protein), look for them. They will most definitely make you feel smart, I promise.

(disclaimer: your sandwich will not look pretty after the first bite. sorry.)

The Big Tuna
Recipe created in Aggie’s Kitchen

1 whole wheat Smart Bagel (or bread of your choice)
1 can of tuna, drained well and dressed with a little mayo, mustard and lemon pepper seasoning
alfalfa sprouts
thinly sliced cucumber
sliced tomato, lightly sprinkled with sea salt and black pepper
red leaf or green leaf lettuce

Assemble your sandwich and enjoy!

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21 comments on “The Big Tuna”

  1. Mmmmnn! I like the smart bagels too. Love tuna sandwiches!

  2. Where oh where did you find sprouts? Stores near me aren’t carrying them at all at the moment ๐Ÿ™

  3. I made tuna yesterday! It had been a while.

  4. Mmm! I love tuna sandwiches- pretty or not but they sure are tasty!

  5. I am heading to the grocery tomorrow and will look for the ingredients to this!!! I STINK at making myself a decent lunch…. and this will definitely cure that. I LOVE that you paired it with grapes (no points for those of us on WW) and a water with lemon. PERFECT lunch!

  6. done and done and done and done and and done and do

  7. Love tuna and I should make it on a Smart Bagel like your did, looks yummy.

  8. i had never tried tuna until i went to college and was poor…and i LOVE it in sandwiches! drool ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. I think adding sprouts to a sandwich makes it over the top! We don’t eat much tuna from a can….we catch them instead ๐Ÿ˜‰

  10. That sandwich looks amazing, Aggie! I must have it one day next week for lunch.

  11. Looks awesome! This would be great for me to take to work for lunch.

  12. Oh, my…that’s what I want for my lunch!!!! Beautiful sandwich, Aggie!

  13. We all love tuna fish around these parts! This sandwich looks amazing.

  14. That is one mega sandwich, and pretty gorgeous too ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. add thinly sliced avacado..you wont be sorry:-)

  16. Whoa! Now that’s a good looking sandwich! Those sprouts have me drooling!

  17. yum yum yum, and I love that wooden plate! I think I know what I will be packing for my lunch tomorrow. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  19. Instead of Mayo, I use Miracle Whip. Taste just as good!