Seafood takes on a casual attitude when made into sandwiches. Enjoy convenient canned tuna dressed up with fresh herbs, zesty dressings, or crunchy fresh vegetables; grilled salmon fillets; fresh tuna burgers; simple and delicate lobster, shrimp, and crab salads; and po'boys made with crunchy fried flounder or scallops.
Add half a teaspoon of crushed garlic to white-wine vinaigrette to make a zesty sandwich condiment. Chopped olives and sliced onion give a nice bite to this tuna and hard-boiled egg sandwich.
Meaty chopped tuna comes together with garlic, sesame oil, anchovy, and basil in a flavorful patty. Grill to your preference -- just three to four minutes for rare, up to 8 minutes per side for well-done -- and top with pickled ginger, easy-to-make wasabi mayonnaise, and your choice of bun.