Charlotte Baillargeon of Hinsdale, Massachusetts puts a unique twist on tuna salad sandwiches by seasoning the creamy mixture with ginger and soy sauce. A can of sliced water chestnuts provides the tasty crunch.
It's easy to enjoy your guests when you h ave this main dish on the menu. It's one you can make ahead and then warm up as you mingle. I often take this as a "dish to pass" and it's a crowd-pleaser every time!—Jenna Lee Garrett, Norman, Oklahoma
Make tuna salad special with this great sub sandwich from Carole Lanthier of Courtice, Ontario. Peas and celery give it crunch and color while Swiss cheese adds rich flavor. To save time, consider mixing the tuna filling ahead of time so you can just assemble, heat and enjoy!