Tired of peanut butter and jelly?
Don’t know what kind of sandwich to make without nitrate-filled luncheon meats?
You can make delicious sandwiches for a school lunch or for a picnic. Be sure to pack with an ice pack. Not only are these sandwiches nitrate-free, but they’re less expensive than processed meats!
This recipe makes 4 sandwiches and works equally well for egg or chicken or tuna salad sandwiches.
These sandwiches are made using the same method:
1½ cups of either chicken (you may use canned chicken), 12 ounces chunk light tuna, or 4 hardboiled eggs. Finely chop the eggs, chicken, or tuna. In a mixing bowl, add ¼ cup each chopped celery and ¼ cup green onion or onion, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, ½ cup mayonnaise, 2 teaspoons mustard, ½ teaspoon each salt and pepper
Spread the mixture on four slices of toasted whole-grain bread. Top with sliced tomatoes; place a second piece of bread on top.
Mmmm. Tasty and nutritious