Thursday, January 27, 2011

Croissant Tuna Sandwich

On some days when I'm really lazy and needed a 'short' break from cooking, well, just to re-charge, simple meals that does not involve the stove is the answer! What could be more simpler than this? Bakery-bought croissant, a can of tuna, some veggie and we're done! The kids' are happy, I get to re-charge, works both ways!



This simple tuna croissant sandwich is great for lunch. My kids had this with a glass of cold drink, the weather right now is extremely hot!


After mixing the tuna, keep it cold in the refrigerator until needed. I prefer the tuna cold, instead of at room temperature. When spread on warm croissant, it is an absolute delight to eat!



Want to give this a try? Let me know when you do. Enjoy!

Tuna Croissant Sandwich
5 croissants
1 small can (about 200gm) tuna chunks in oil, drained
2-3 tbsp mayonnaise
2-3 tbsp thousand island dressing
1 small onion, finely chopped
salt to taste
black pepper to taste
lettuce
sliced tomato
sliced cucumber


  1. Drain tuna, discard oil. Lightly mash tuna chunks in medium bowl.
  2. Stir in the chopped onions, mayonnaise, thousand island dressing, salt and black pepper to taste. Cover and keep cool in the refrigerator until needed. It tastes better when eaten cold.
  3. To assemble croissant sandwich : Using a sharp knife, make a slit along the centre of the croissant to make a pocket. Do not cut through both ends. Place a piece of lettuce in the pocket extending over the sides. Place two slices tomatoes on one side and fill the pocket with tuna filling. You can sprinkle more black pepper over the top if you want! Enjoy! Great with a tall glass of cold orange juice!

21 comments:

  1. My daughter loves Croissant sandwiches for lunch, too. Looks tasty!

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  2. This is my kind of lunch! I keep my cans of tuna and chicken in the fridge so when I'm ready to make a sandwich, it's ready for me. Now I need to go get some croissants at the store!

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  3. I love tuna sandwiches and the addition of the Thousand Island dressing served on croissants sounds fab! Have a wonderful day!

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  4. looking so yummy! i love tuna sandwich so much. and i prefer having a simple dinner or lunch sometimes just as you do and just as i had a chicken sandwich tonight:)kisses.

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  5. Omg, cant take my eyes from those clicks,yummmmmmm!

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  6. Joy, love the addition of thousand island dressing. I never thought of that, I bet it's wonderful!! There's nothing like a tuna sandwich and a glass of ice cold milk!

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  7. You made a great simple sandwich look so yummy. Super job.

    Plan B

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  8. I love croissants and tuna! Never had the two together but what a treat!

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  9. I agree with Brenda, the 1000 island dressing is a delicious touch. Yummy.

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  10. Nothing will go wrong with croissants and tuna :D yum!

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  11. Hmmm, looks good... we don't go so much for croissants with tuna but here in Japan, I sometimes buy onigiri (rice balls) with tuna fillings... and they call it 'sea chicken onigiri'...

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  12. Hi friends,
    Thank you for stopping by! Wish all of you a lovely weekend!

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  13. i always love tuna croissants, just feel like having one now though i'm quite full, great pictures too!

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  14. I do this when laziness is sitting on my head! Hehehe...simple yet filling! :D

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  15. I love croissant especially if sweet for my breakfast!
    Lovely pictures
    Barbara

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  16. Thank you for this delicius idea !!
    Your photos are beautiful !!!
    Greetings
    Magda

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  17. I have never thought to add thousand island dressing to tuna salad for a sandwich, or any other purpose...excellent idea :) These look wonderful!

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  18. Wow! This looks so cool! I like the idea. Really nice and delicious.

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  19. I like food it is good i like crossiants i like goodgle i like potatoes. god save the queen. eat boogers for dinner

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