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Last Updated on December 7, 2020

paleo tuna fish sandwhich

One of my favorite things is mayo.  Seriously.  I could and can eat it by the spoonful.  Because I love mayo, I’m always making foods that require it as an ingredient.  Mr. Bejelly did not like tuna fish and no matter how much I tried to convince he would like it, it wasn’t he saw Little tear through it like he was in a berry patch (my son loves berries) that he took his first bite.  Anyhow, he was making every kind face because I put eggs in my tuna.  You would think I had broke some sacred tuna fish law the way he was going on about it.

hard boiled eggs

I soldiered on because I have eaten it this way my entire life (and after he took a bite and kept eating I figured it was all good).    This recipe is super easy.  I love that it’s fast and filling.  For the bread, I cheated and bought a box of Chebe Focaccia mix 
paleo tuna fish sandwhich

paleo tuna fish sandwich
Yield: 6

Easy Tuna Salad

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 8 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 5 oz cans of tuna, drained
  • 2 hardboiled eggs, diced
  • 1/2 cup mayo
  • 1 tbsp dijon mustard
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/2 one small red onion, diced
  • For the Bread
  • 1 box of Chebe Focaccia mix

Instructions

  1. In a medium bowl mix add the tuna, mayo, mustard, garlic powder and red onion and blend. Then mix in the diced hard boiled egg.
  2. Place on your favorite bread or eat out of the bowl
  3. Enjoy!

Notes

Nutritional does not include the bread. 

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

6

Serving Size:

g

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 224Saturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 75mgSodium: 285mgCarbohydrates: 1gProtein: 12g

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23 Comments

    1. Aw, come on now Robin 🙂 It is so true that the quality of tuna affects the taste. I buy an expensive can of tuna because I can’t stand the taste of some of the lesser brands.

  1. This is how I make mine, except I use a little less mayo and a little more mustard. 🙂 I’ve always made it (so did my Mom) with hard boiled eggs in it.

  2. Interesting, I’ve never heard of eggs in tuna salad before. I usually make mine with Miracle Whip, I like that zing to it.

  3. I was just looking at your recipes and saw this yummy one. I won’t need to copy it as this is the way I make my tuna as well! I do add chopped up sweet pickles (sugar-free) occasionally. I either eat it as is, wrapped in lettuce or piled on top of shredded lettuce.