low fodmap ✓ | gluten-free ✓ | nut-free✓ | soy-free ✓ | lactose-free ✓
The amount of times a sandwich has saved my day is countless. They are so convenient for busy days. This low FODMAP Tuna Salad Sandwich has been my latest obsession. I’ve been making it daily and I still don’t feel bored from it!????
Low FODMAP Tuna Salad Sandwich Recipe
This Tuna Salad Sandwich is creamy, flavorful, savory, filling, simple to make, customizable, seriously satisfying and so delicious! PLUS it is meal-prep friendly! The tuna salad keeps well in the fridge for 2 to 3 days, which means you can make it in advance, and just assemble the sandwich on the day that you want to have it.
How to make this Low FODMAP Tuna Salad Sandwich
The EASIEST Sandwich to make! To make the tuna salad you will need only 7 simple ingredients! If you don’t like some of the ingredients you can easily omit them or replace them with something else. In the recipe below I will include some suggestions regarding what substitutes you can use.
To assumable the sandwich, you can use any toppings that you like. I like keeping it simple, so I used only tomatoes and cucumber.
What bread to use to make this Low FODMAP Tuna Salad Sandwich?
For this sandwich, I used this gluten-free wholesome white loaf bread from Schar. This bread is certified to be low FODMAP under the Monash University. However, you can also use different gluten-free bread.
* FODMAP Tips:
*According to Monash Unieristy apples are low FODMAP in 20g per serving. This recipe uses 1/2 an apple which is approximately around 60g (depending on the apple that you are using) however the salad yields 3 portions/servings which is 20g per serving. If you don’t like apples you can easily omit it. I love adding apple because it gives freshness and sweetness to the salad.
*If you are buying a gluten-free bread that is not certified to be low FODMAP, make sure to check the label, as there can be hidden FODMAPs.
*As a general rule always read the labels of the ingredients that you use as there can be sneaky FODMAP’s in any product. To educate yourself on which foods are high in FODMAP’s I’d strongly recommend downloading Monash Unversity FODMAP Diet App
Low FODMAP Tuna Salad Sandwich
- 2 cans of tuna (in oil or brine) (300g)
- 100 g Mayonnaise
- 1 Tbsp Dijon Mustard
- 5 pickles (you can also use green olives instead)
- 1/2 apple (of choice) (I used Granny smith) * see FODMAP tips in the artile above
- a handful of chives
- a handful of fresh coriander
To assable the sandwich
- gluten free bread
- 1 Tbsp Butter (omit if you are going to toast the bread in a toaster)
- 1 tomato
- 1 medium cucumber
- any other toppings of choice
- Thinly chop apples, pickles (or olives if using that instead of pickles), corinader and chives
- Drain the tuna and add it in a mediuam salad bowl Then add the apples, pickles coriander , chives, mayonaise and dijon musterd and mix everything well.
To assable the sandwich
- Toast the bread, spread a geneorus amaount of tuna salad and your favorite toppings. Enjoy!
- The tuna salad can be refrigiated in an airtight container for uo to 3 days
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