Tuna with a Twist

Yet another spontaneous post! This is my version of the old favourite – tuna & mayo sandwich! Delicious! Yes, I know that tuna sandwiches are normally not very exciting, but I simply loved this version with fresh basil and lemon juice, that I had to share it with you! So simple, and yet so wonderful! My other motive: making a note of it, in case my memory fails me, which happens often these days…

Pille from nami-nami, one of my favourite bloggers, is hosting this week’s Weekend Herb Blogging, a fantastic event started by Kalyn of Kalyn’s Kitchen. I’m sending this entry over to Pille, with a photo of my beautiful basil (see below). Basil was recently voted the most popular herb of the 2nd year of Weekend Herb Blogging! Click here for round-up of this event!

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Basil

Tuna & Mayo Sandwich with Basil, Lemon and Black Pepper

 

SOURCE: momentary inspiration, own recipe

PREPARATION TIME: 2 min

COOKING TIME:  0 min

SERVES: 1 – 2

INGREDIENTS:

4 slices of wholemeal bread, or any other that you fancy

1 tin of tuna

2 tsp mayonnaise, 3 if you dare (or add a little yogurt)

a few leaves of basil

a squirt of lemon juice

black pepper

METHOD:

  • Mix tuna and mayonnaise in a bowl.
  • Divide the mixture between two slices of bread.
  • Sprinkle the bread and tuna mixture with fresh basil leaves, freshly ground black pepper and squirt some lemon over it. That’s that!

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11 thoughts on “Tuna with a Twist

  1. :) yes… it was a beautiful rainy summer day when I took this photo.
    sadly, this basil is no longer with us. it got green fly, and that was the end of it.
    we name our plants. this one was boris, boris the basil! how said is that? :

  2. hey u wont believe this … i’ve just washed my hands after eating my dinner – Tuna steak and come to comment on ur blog and i read tuna !!!
    your basil plant looks very healthy and well kept. Theres nothing to beat home grown herbs.

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