Top-ranked recipe named "Low Fat Tuna Sandwich (Diabetic Option)"
Open faced tuna salad sandwiches that won't destroy your diet.
"We liked this one with a nice bowl of soup. I would make this again."
Blend together Tuna, celery, Scallions, and relish. Blend the lemon juice into the yogurt and add to the tuna mixture. Season to taste with salt & pepper.
Spread 1/4 of the mixture on each slice of toast. Top with 1/2 slice of cheese and pop it under the broiler (on in the toaster oven) just long enough to melt the cheese.
Garnish with a tomato slice, lightly sprinkled with pepper.
The creaminess of the yogurt combined with the tang of the lemon makes a low fat replacement for the traditional mayo used in tuna salad.
Cals: 263, Fat: 6g, Carb: 31g, Fiber: 4g, Prot: 22g
You can make this diabetic-friendly by serving it on lettuce leaves instead of the bread. That cuts 27 grams of carbs and 150 calories from the dish.
Cals: 121, Fat: 4g, Chol: 10mg, Na: 311mg, K: 233mg, Carbs: 5g, Fiber: 1g, Prot: 16g
We're learning about the needs of diabetics so we designed a low-carb option to suit those requirements.
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alaamjd1991 7 months agoI love it. Although I would heat the tomatoes with a little bit of olive oil till its tender. I dislike the taste of tomatoes and tuna together. Overall it is a great sandwich thank you.
TimKoster 1 year ago
reneruiz 3 years ago
hammy241 3 years agoWe liked this one with a nice bowl of soup. I would make this again.
MCast21 3 years ago
promfh 9 years agoWe're learning about the needs of diabetics so we designed a low-carb option to suit those requirements. [I posted this recipe.]