Fish n’ Chips Sandwich

When I was growing we would always put chips on our bologna sandwich ’cause it made the meat go farther. But here’s a good combination with tuna fish.

I’m always a fan of a cool sandwich, especially during the hot Oklahoma summer. Jazzed up with some dried cranberries, this is one of my favorite sandwiches.

The salt and vinegar chips give a nice twang with the fish. But I’m sure it’s a little surprise for you from what you thought it was from the title. But feel free to use any type of chip you like… just don’t try it with a cow chip!

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Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour and 10 minutes

Makes about 5 – 6 sandwiches

 

 

17 ounces canned albacore tuna in water, drained

1/3 – 1/2 cup mayonnaise

1/3 cup sweet relish

heaping 1/4 cup dried cranberries

3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

1/4 cup chopped green onions

1 -3 teaspoons horseradish

8 – 10 slices bread

Salt and Vinegar chips

 

1. In a large bowl combine the tuna and mayonnaise with a fork.

2. Stir in the relish, cranberries, Worcestershire and onions. Slowly begin adding in the horseradish until it reaches the taste you like. Some horseradish is a little more stout than others so use your judgement here.  Salt and pepper, taste.

3. Cover and place in the icebox for 1 hour or until chilled.

4. Remove the bowl and scoop the tuna mixture onto the bread to make sandwiches.

5. Top the tuna with the salt and vinegar chips. Place the top piece of bread on and slightly press down, mashing the chips. If you’re not a fan of the salt and vinegar flavor, feel free to use your favorite chip.

Enjoy!

8 thoughts on “Fish n’ Chips Sandwich

  1. Kent;

    Potato chips on the sandwiches was one of our “family” traditions years ago. I’ve never had it with tuna fish though.

    The wife just fixed a couple of cans of tuna salad yesterday. I used HI HO crackers instead of bread then, took some of my Frito’s and dipped
    them in the tuna. Not bad.

    We’ll definitely be trying out your recipe soon. We both like cranberries so that will be an added iingredient for us to try.

    Thank you mi amigo mio.
    Stan

    • Kent;

      Will do and, we’re Praying each guest here, including you and yours have a fantastic 4th.

      A side note: My wife grates an apple to put in her tuna salad. It gives it some crunch and a small bit of sweetness depending on the type of apple used.

      Again, thanks and God Bless.
      Stan

  2. Tried the recipe out on the family tonight. We loved it. Fast, easy, satisfying, light, & yummy! Perfect.
    Thanks Kent.
    Take care,
    Lisa

  3. It looks and sounds like a winner to me… gonna try it this weekend. Hope you and Shannon have a Bang Up Good 4th… Stay safe! kay

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