How to Make the Perfect Tuna Melt Sandwich
This is a sponsored post with San Luis Sourdough® Bread Co. All opinions are mine.
When I first moved here to the Central Coast, I was introduced to San Luis Sourdough® breads and I was impressed from the moment I bit it into the flavorful slice of bread. San Luis Sourdough® breads are known for their unique slow-bake process (it takes over 30 hours!), authentic sourdough flavor, and crisp, bubbly crusts. San Luis Sourdough® breads has been baking delicious breads since 1983 in its bakery located on the beautiful Central Coast in San Luis Obispo (only 30 minutes from where I live). Plus, a number of San Luis Sourdough’s breads were recently officially Non-GMO Project Verified*.
I’m amazed at all of the different varieties of San Luis Sourdough® breads there are. Varieties include Sourdough Bread, Cracked Wheat Sourdough Bread, Rosemary & Olive Oil Sourdough Bread, Garlic Sourdough Bread, Sourdough Cracked Wheat Sliced Bread, Sourdough Deli Bread, Sliced Sourdough, Sliced Sourdough Deli 2 Pack and Sourdough Sliced. My favorite varieties are the Sourdough Bread and the Sourdough Cracked Wheat bread.I enjoy eating them with butter, jam, honey, in soups and as sandwiches. One of my favorite sandwiches to eat is the Tuna Melt Sandwich.
Tuna Melt Sandwich
- Cracked Wheat Sourdough Bread
- Tuna in water, drained
- 1/2 Celery stalk, chopped
- 3 Dill Pickles (snack size) or 1 Dill Pickle Spear
- Dill Weed
- Swiss Cheese
1 – Drain the tuna and pour into a bowl.
2 – Chop celery and small dill pickles.
3 – Add 3 tablespoons Mayonnaise.
4 – Add chopped celery and pickles to tuna.
5 – Add Dill Weed and salt to taste.
6 – Toast 2 slices of Cracked Wheat Sourdough Bread and butter while hot.
7 – Add tuna salad and a slice of swiss cheese. Enjoy!
*What does it mean to be Non-GMO Project Verified?
The Non-GMO Project offers North America’s only independent verification for products made according to rigorous best practices for GMO avoidance. For more information, visit the Non-GMO Project website: http://www.nongmoproject.org/.
What is your favorite way to enjoy San Luis Sourdough® breads?