Top Secret: The Amazing Subway Tuna Recipe Revealed

Subway has been a part of people’s lives whether it is breakfast, lunch or dinner. Probably because of their sandwiches that are so good and it is for the people who doesn't have time to make their own sandwich so they just always get one on the go.

But everyone seems so curious as to why their Tuna Sandwich is just so amazing. So keep reading to find out the Top Secret Subway Tuna Sandwich Recipe.

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SANDWICH ORIGIN

The Sandwich: An Origin Story Via delicioushistoryblog

Before we get into the Top Secret Recipe, let's first get to know how the sandwich was invented.

  • It was said to have started way back the 1st Century B.C. with Jewish Rabbi Hillel the Elder. He was said to be the one to begin the tradition of putting lamb, mixed nuts and herbs in between two pieces or unleavened bread called matzo.
  • People would use trenchers, or thick slices of stale bread during the Middle Ages. And they use it as their plates for their meat and vegetables. Although often times, the bread was too stale for people to eat, so their give it to the animals instead.
  • But in Netherlands during the 17th century, they started to serve sandwiches the way we actually have them now. They would usually hang beef from the ceilings and would slice bread and butter for people to buy.
  • During the 18th century, sandwiches became the late-night snack of almost every aristocratic family
  • The name sandwich was from a nobleman named John Montague, who is the 4th Earl of Sandwich, who is also the one was always ordering meat between two pieces of bread.
  • And so the people started to say it like, “the same as Sandwich” and the name has stuck ever since. Despite the fact that he wasn't the one who invented it, his name title has gone down in history.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF SANDWICH

Peanut Butter & Jelly

Peanut Butter and Jelly Via seriouseats

Monte Cristo

Monte Cristo Sandwich Via chowhound

Reuben

Reuben Sandwich Via bigoven

BLT

BLT Foods

Tuna Melt

Creamy Homestyle Tuna Melts Via kraftrecipes

Panini

Panini Italissimo Mexicana Chicken Via crocodille

Tuna Sandwich

Apple & Tuna Sandwich Via epicure

Clubhouse

Clubhouse Sandwich Via dilazione

Sloppy Joe

Sloppy Joes Via cookingclassy

Grilled Cheese

Grilled Cheese Via ilovegrilledcheese

  • DID YOU KNOW? That the National Sandwich Day is November 3rd

VARIATIONS OF TUNA SANDWICH

TUNA SANDWICH

Tuna Salad Sandwiches Via bettycrocker

Or sometimes called as tuna fish sandwich and tuna salad sandwich, is a common type of sandwich that has canned tuna and other vegetables in it drizzled with mayonnaise.

Homemade Tuna Salad Sandwich Recipe Via Laura in the Kitchen

TUNA MELT SANDWICH

The Ultimate Tuna Melt Via thekitchenwitchblog

This other type of tuna sandwich is basically made of tuna and other vegetables like celery, pickles, eggs, onion and etc. But the difference is that it has cheese melted on top of the tuna or on a tomato slice.

The Best Tuna Melt Sandwich On Sourdough Bread Via Rockin Robin's Cooking Mexican Recipes

TUNA BOAT

Tuna Boat Sandwich Via yelp

The tuna boat sandwich on the other hand is basically just a tuna sandwich served in a hotdog bun or a long split roll of bread.

SUBWAY TUNA RECIPE

Kittencal's Tuna Melt Sandwich Via food

Why do most people just love a “tuna sub”. Well, let's break it down shall we? One of the reasons why we all love it is because it tastes just the way it is supposed to be, it is like the authentic version of a tuna sandwich.

Even if you can personalize it, it still doesn't remove the goodness it has. Subway just nailed this simple recipe.

Another reason is that you can have it at any time of the day and that you can always have it on the go especially if you are a busy buddy. But if you want to try and make your very own version, here are some recipes for you.

Quick & Easy Subway Tuna Recipe

YOU WILL NEED

Bread

Bread Via thehungergames

6 ounce can of lights chunk tuna

Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna In Vegetable Oil Via Amazon

Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna In Vegetable Oil Via Amazon

2 teaspoons of lemon or lime juice

Lemon or Lime juice Via mypompeiijuices

¼ teaspoon of salt

Salt Via wikipedia

1/3 cup of regular mayonnaise

MAYONNAISE Via magimix

  • STep 1
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  • Step 3
  • STEP 4
  • STEP 5

Always remember to wash your hand before cooking or making anything that has to do with food

5 steps to properly wash your hands Via safetyandhealthmagazine

Very quick and easy right? Check out some recipes below

CLASSIC SUBWAY TUNA

This tuna sandwich recipe is perfect for people who are health conscious and are making sure to eat those greens.

YOU WILL NEED

Bread

Bread Via thehungergames

5 ounce can of lights chunk tuna

Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna In Vegetable Oil Via Amazon

Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna In Vegetable Oil Via Amazon

4 lettuce leaves

Green Leaf Lettuce Filets Via specialtyproduce

¼ teaspoon of salt

Salt Via wikipedia

1 ½ tablespoons of regular mayonnaise

MAYONNAISE Via magimix

1 ½ tablespoons of pickle relish

Vlasic Pickle Relish Via Amazon

Vlasic Pickle Relish Via Amazon

4 tomato slices

Tomato slices Via thegrownetwork

2 tablespoons of mustard

Mustard Sauce Via mcdonalds

  • STep 1
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  • Step 3
  • STEP 4
  • STEP 5
  • STEP 6
  • STEP 7

Because you are now adding fresh ingredients, you must always remember to wash the lettuce and the tomatoes before you slice or add them into your sandwich.

Washing the lettuce and the tomatoes

ADD-ONS

  • You can always put some cheese and onions on it especially if you are a cheese person
  • You can also try using a spicy tuna, instead of just the regular canned tuna
  • If you are a vegan, you can always get the vegan version of the canned tuna and to put ketchup instead of mayonnaise on it

NUTRITIONAL FACTS

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Lita Watson
 

Hi there! I’m Lita, and I’m absolutely in love with cooking blogs. I’m a beginner in cooking and i try my best to make it quick and easy. Even though, it’s not always quick and easy to keep up with fancy dinners… so i keep learning and blogging about quick and easy ways to create delicious and yummy foods for my two kids and a wonderful husband.

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