Spicy Tuna and Egg Sammies

Spicy Tuna and Egg Sammies

Can I give a quick shout out to sandwiches?! Like, honestly, what is better? If I were to tally it up, I’d guess about 40% of my life’s diet so far has been sandwich related and I have no problem with that. Call me Joey Tribbiani, I just. love. sandwiches.

Spicy Tuna and Egg Sammies

This particular sandwich has the most delicious micro greens involved. I found these onion micro greens at the American Pride Micro Farm stand at a local farmers market and was immediately drawn in by how beautiful they were! I’ve had micro greens before but this was a different experience, I was fascinated by the options! If you’re in the Chicago area, I definitely suggest checking them out. If you don’t have micro greens available by you, a little sprinkling of chives or scallions will work just fine.

Since this is a spicy take on a tuna salad, Instead of regular mayonnaise, I used sriracha mayo. Nowadays, there are a bunch of options out there but¬†this one is my favorite brand. Make sure to use tuna packed in oil, like this one,¬†because it’s much more flavorful than tuna packed in water.

Spicy Tuna and Egg Sammies

Other than picking the right ingredients, boiling an egg and mixing up some tuna, all you’ll have to do is assemble and enjoy! Sandwiches FTW.

Recipe Summary

  • Name: Spicy Tuna and Egg Sammies
  • Prep Time
    10 Minutes
    Cook Time
    15 Minutes
    Total Time
    25 Minutes
  • Level: Easy
  • Servings: 2
  • Ingredients:
    • 1 Baguette, lightly toasted and sliced in half, longways
    • 1 Hard boiled egg, sliced
    • 1/2 Avocado, sliced
    • Sriracha mayo
    • Onion micro greens

    For the tuna

    • 1 Can oil packed tuna, drained
    • 1 1/2 Tablespoons sriracha mayo
    • 1 Teaspoon fresh lime juice
    • 1/4 Teaspoon sesame oil
    • 1 Tablespoon bread and butter pickles, chopped (or use relish)
    • 1/8 Teaspoon honey (omit if using relish instead of pickles)
    • 1/4 Teaspoon sesame seeds
    • Pinch of salt and pepper
  • Instructions:
    1. Boil, peel and slice an egg.
    2. Mix together the ingredients for the tuna.
    3. Slice in half, long ways, a lightly toasted baguette. Spread the bottom half of the baguette with sriracha mayo. Line the avocado slices along the baguette over the mayo. Next, pile the tuna mixture over the avocado. Layer the egg slices in on top of the tuna and top with the micro greens, salt and pepper to taste, and sesame seeds.
    4. Top with the other half of the baguette and slice the sandwich in half. Share with your favorite person! (or don't).

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