CORIANNE EGAN | The Sun
There is nothing I hate more than cooking the week after a holiday. So usually I stick to making something super quick, or just eating leftovers. This year, I cooked a full Easter dinner and have found myself not even wanting to take the time to walk into a kitchen. Enter the sandwich, the easiest and quickest meal to ever be made. Add a few little twists, and it isn’t your average sandwich, but still takes five minutes to make and tastes great.
1 can of tuna fish
3 tbsp. of mayonnaise
1 tbsp. balsamic vinegar
1 tbsp. of curry powder
1 wheat sandwhich wrap
1 can of sliced water chestnuts
1. Drain the tuna. Then, using a fork, put it into a bowl and break up the large chunks.
2. Add balsamic vinegar, curry and mayonnaise. Mix well.
3. Use a kitchen knife to chop water chestnuts in half. Mix into the tuna.
4. Place on a wrap and serve.
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