My Special Baked Tuna Sandwiches Are a Favorite

My Special Baked Tuna Sandwich makes a great nutritious lunch.


Today I want to share a delicious take on tuna that makes for a part of a great hot lunch with my Special Baked Tuna Sandwiches recipe. Along with tuna, this sandwich is brimming with cheese, some black olives, hard-cooked eggs, bit of onion with a creamy, flavored up dressing that once baked and served on a fresh homemade bun gives this something extra that makes it incredibly delicious and hard to explain.

What could be better than a quick, hot protein-packed lunch that doesn’t take long to throw together? I hope that you will print my recipe out and give it a try because even admitted tuna fish haters in my house seem to love this recipe.

Then again, this sandwich also tastes fantastic on warm days with this filling even unbaked!

Something else that you might want to try is my Tuna Penne Casserole recipe, which is easy, healthy and delicious.


My Special Baked Tuna Sandwiches

This filling is a hit whether you want to enjoy your sandwich color or heat those ingredients through in the oven.



1 can of tuna, drained (6-oz. size)
1/4 black olives, sliced
½ cup of Velveeta cheese, cubed
3 hard-boiled eggs, chopped
1/3 cup of mayonnaise or salad dressing
3 tablespoons of sweet pickle relish
1/4 of cup of chopped onion
1/4 teaspoon of prepared mustard
1/4 teaspoon of salt
4 fresh baked buns

Preheat your oven to 400-degrees.

Prepare and combine all the ingredients, except for the buns and mix together in your mixing bowl.

Spoon the filling mixture into your waiting buns before wrapping them in foil and placing on your baking sheet.

Bake these sandwiches for about 10 minutes to get them piping hot.  Once you unwrap that foil, they will be nice and bubbly.



 Special-Baked-tuna- sandwich-opened
This tuna filling always tastes even better served on one of my fresh homemade buns.



1 Comment

  1. Annie1
    September 28, 2015 / 11:49 pm

    Yum, this sounds really tasty! I can see that it would work both cold and warm! Thanks for the sandwich inspiration!

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