Supreme Tuna Sandwich
Just cut the top off and slice the jalapeno in half long ways. With a spoon scrape out the seeds and as much of the rib/vein as you can. Wash down under cold water and there you have it an non spicy jalap.
- 10 oz tuna (='s 2 cans, packed in olive oil)
- 6 oz egg (='s 3 eggs, boiled rough chopped)
- 4 oz bacon (='s 4 slices)
- 2 oz celery (='s 1 rib, fine diced)
- 2 oz mayonnaise
- 1 oz mustard (your favorite)
- 1 oz jalapeno (='s 1/2 jalapeno fine diced)
- 1 oz onion (='s 1 slice fine diced)
- 2 tbs Cluck
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1 cup lettuce (leaves optional)
- 12 oz buns (what's available optional)
- 9 oz potato chips (optional)
- 5 oz dip (your favorite optional)
- Lets get this tuna salad started. The time taker in this one is boiling the eggs.
- Fill a pot 3/4's up with cold room temp water.
- Place on stove and the eggs in water carefully.
- Turn stove on to medium heat for about 5 minutes. We're trying to get eggs up to temp slowly so they don't crack.
- Turn heat up to high (boil).
- Boil eggs for 10 minutes.
- Pull from heat and flush with cold tap water for about five minutes. whew
- All the recipes that have bacon were cooked in oven. Today this will likely change.
- Lay strips of bacon on microwave safe plate and cover with paper towels of one of them microwave cover things.
- Cook bacon on high for 2 minutes, check, cook for 1 minute, check, and repeat at 1 minute intervals until you get your perfect crispness. Drain and set aside.
- Eggs should be cool enough. Peel and rough chop them.
- You can press out the olive oil in tuna. I did not. In a large bowl add Cluck and tuna to break up large pieces of tuna.
- Add the rest of the ingredients except the last 4 "optional" ones.
- Mix up your tuna salad well and set aside.
- Toast or grill your bread faces and start stacking!
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