Vegan Tuna Sandwich: CBD Infused!
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Highlights: Easy – Fresh – Healthy – Vegan – Gluten-free – Protein Packed – Creamy – Crunchy –Tangy – CBD infused – Delicious
- 2 sandwich buns or 4 slices of bread
- 1 drained can of chickpeas
- ½ shot of apple cider vinegar
- 1 onion (diced)
- Sliced cucumber
- 10% CBD drops
- 4 tbsp vegan mayo
- 1 tbsp basil
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Serves: 1-2 people
Can be stored in your fridge for up to 2-3 days
I am obsessed with this vegan tuna sandwich! It is so easy and fresh.
Where I live, in the Netherlands, it has been very cold for the past month with below-freezing temperatures. It was the coldest it’s been in over 20 years here!
That being said, I have been living off soup and warm dishes in attempt to survive the cold weather…
Now, rather suddenly, the weather is clearing up and we are now experiencing a beautiful +20°C on good days! What a change!
This switch from cold to warm has me craving to eat more fresh and raw tasting foods, hence why I have pulled out this recipe from my archives!
As I said, this is an extremely easy recipe to make.
You can start by draining and rinsing your tin/jar of chickpeas and either smash them up with a fork or you can pulse them in a blender/processor.
Be careful not to over-pulse as you want there to be a tuna texture rather than a Hummus Texture!
From here you can cut up your onion into tiny pieces and fold them into your mashed-up chickpeas in a bowl.
Go ahead and add in your vegan mayo, basil, salt, and pepper as well!
You can also add in your ½ shot of apple cider vinegar here, too.
This is one step I notice a lot of other vegan tuna recipes skip:
Adding Apple cider vinegar not only adds a probiotic to your dish, but it also adds that ‘fishy flavour‘ you might be missing with other vegan tuna recipes!
It may sound weird adding apple cider vinegar, but just trust me on this one!
Once your CBD drops are on your vegan tuna, add your cucumbers!
You can also add fresh spinach, kale, or other leafy greens to spice it up a bit.
I usually do, however, I just didn’t have any fresh greens in my kitchen that day!