SORRY for the delay! I had to do some homework before posting this… :p Thanks for reading!
I recently got a Wonder Sandwich Sealer N Decruster from Safeway. Since I had been craving a tuna sandwich, I decided to put the decruster to use! I liked using the decruster rather than just cutting off the crust because it sealed the sides so that the insides didn’t come out. It was a lot easier to eat the sandwich since the sides had been sealed and the tuna/egg wasn’t squeezing out. It’s a great snack or meal and very simple to make! Give it a try!
For this recipe, I used cucumber instead of celery because I don’t like the taste of celery. The cucumber still gaves the sandwich a delicious crunch without the strong flavor. If you like celery, you can substitute the cucumber.
You can just make this without the crust cutter and make it into a regular sandwich.
*I cut up the leftover crust into strips to eat with the DEEEEELICIOUS hummus that I got from the USC weekly farmer’s market. If you want to try it, it’s called “Kitchen Sink”.
- 1 can of tuna in water
- 2 hardboiled eggs
- 1/3 cup finely chopped cucumber (without seeds)
- 1/4 cup finely chopped onion
- 1/4 cup mayonnaise (I used Kewpie but you can use any kind)
- 4-6 slices bread (I made 5 sandwiches without the crust on them
- If you’re not making them crustless, I suggest putting some lettuce and tomato slices into the sandwiches!
- Hardboil 2 eggs (boil uncovered with cold water and when it starts to boil, cover the lid, take it off the heat, and let it sit for 12 minutes)
- Empty out the can of tuna, drain, and break up tuna into small pieces
- Add mayonnaise
- Chop cucumber and onion and mix with 1/2 teaspoon of salt. Let sit
- Peel egg and cut in half to remove yolk. Mash up the yolk on the side of the bowl of the tuna and mix in
- Squeeze water out of cucumber/onion mix with your hands and add to tuna
- Chop egg whites into smaller pieces (not too small because they break into smaller pieces while being mixed anyways) and add to tuna along with a dash of pepper
- Put plenty of mixture onto bread
- Add lettuce and tomato if desired
- ENJOY!! 🙂
With Decruster (continued from 9.) Check out the end of the post to see how the decruster works!
- Once your sandwich is made, put the decruster on top of the sandwich and press down. Do not press the inside piece in too hard because the sandwich will break. I then flipped the sandwich over and used the inner piece to press down lightly again to make it even.
**Crusts all cut up to dip into hummus! 🙂 Don’t want to waste food!
Wonder Sandwich Sealer N Decruster: