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What could be that exciting about a tuna sandwich? Well, when Giada de Laurentiis adds in artichoke hearts, olives, spreads the bread with a garlic-garbanzo spread, now you are talking.
Some slight modifications: I forgot to get lemons so I was unable to include the 2 teaspoons of lemon zest and 3 tablespoons of lemon juice in the spread. I also bought tuna in water, not olive oil. And I used less olive oil in the tuna mixture than called for in the recipe.
Garbanzo Bean Spread
Combine the ingredients in a food processor and pulse until smooth.
Tuna and artichoke mixture
Combine all the ingredients except the baby greens.
To put the sandwich together, spread 2 slices of fresh bread with the garlic-garbanzo spread. Spoon the tuna mixture onto one slice. Add the baby greens. Serve with a nice glass of wine, delicious.