Tuna Egg Salad Sandwhich


Serves 3

One of the goodies that makes me love hanging out at Deli France is their tuna salad croissant. Unfortunately, the chains adjust to the culinary culture of each country. In Indonesia the chain is more like a high end cafeteria. In Singapore, it is more like a rush cafeteria for people that want to have meals fast and then rush back again to do what they were doing. In Japan, the chain is more like a bakery. I have to admit that I like Singapores’ chain best. Because they sell a lot so the bread and salads are always fresh thus tasty. They have also all the assorted extra sauces to make everything more tasty.

Making it at home is very easy and simple. All you have to do is mix them in a bowl. You can also add other stuff that makes them more tasty. You can make in advance and leave it in the fridge. Anytime you want to pull for breakfast or lunch, it’s there.

Ingredients:
2 can tuna in oil
1 large boiled egg
¼ cup mayonnaise
½ cup grated cheese
1 tsp dried/fresh parsley
½ tsp sugar
salt and pepper to taste

How to prepare:
-drain the tuna and place in a bowl
-cut the eggs into small pieces and add to the bowl
-add the mayonnaise, grated cheese,parsley, sugar, salt and pepper
-mix well

How to serve:

-serve it with croissant, lettuce, cucumber and tomatoes

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2 thoughts on “Tuna Egg Salad Sandwhich

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