Foodie Friday: Mayo-free Tuna Sandwich

My New Year's resolution (read: the only one I have managed to keep thus far) is to eat breakfast everyday. This is quite a bit of a challenge because I am not a morning person in any way, shape, or form. And I am not quite fond of the quick breakfast stuff like oats and cereals. I used to buy breakfast from the office cafeteria, but I got tired (and quite frankly, scared) of the seven hundred different types of fried noodles that all tasted about the same.

So sandwiches it is. My main issue with store-bought sandwiches is that they are made with mayo 90% of the time. And I hate mayo. Not because of the fat content or anything; I just don't like how it tastes, in the same way I don't like nori, or tuna belly (and any kind of fish belly, actually), or carrots. So I decided to make my own, after a couple of hours scouring the net for recipes and ideas. I have been eating this everyday for two weeks now and I have not yet sworn it off (but maybe next week I shall; let's wait and see), so I guess I could say it's decent.


Ingredients:
1 can chili tuna (or chunks in water, or flakes in brine; whatever floats your boat)
chopped red onion
2 dollops of sour cream
about a tablespoon of yellow mustard
lots of dill and cayenne pepper (but of course)


Spread it across a slice of toasted multi-grain bread (Gardenia country loaf is <3) and toast for a few more minutes and have a great morning. ^^

P.S. Oven toaster is courtesy of Doti :D

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