Sandwiches are a great frugal, and thrift friendly meal.
Too often we only eat them for lunch. They are also great for dinner, with
a bowl of soup. We are usually rushed for time and serve pretty simple
sandwiches for lunch. You can take them up a notch by serving them with
fried onions, or toasted specialty breads.
Or you can mix together the
ingredients for sandwich filler recipes. Save leftover meat for sandwich
filling. Put it in the blender to chop it into small pieces, and then add a
little mayonnaise. Save money having sandwiches for
Here is the recipe for an economical, but delicious, tuna sandwich.
Tuna with Cream Cheese
1 6.5 oz can
cream cheese, softened
1/8 tsp pepper
Flake the tuna. Mix all the
ingredients, and add to the tuna for the sandwich filler.