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Seafood Sandwich Ideas and Seafood Sauce Recipes

The Sandwiches Name Game in the BellaOnline Sandwiches Forum is the home for some of the most creative sandwiches that I have ever seen. The Seafood Sandwich Ideas are delightful, and I would like to share some of them with you. There are also some sauce recipes at the end of the article to enhance your sandwiches. Enjoy!

Seafood Sandwich Ideas

*Seafood salad on a bed of shredded lettuce and chopped tomato in a toasted New England hot dog bun.
*Tuna mixed with minced carrot and onion, sweet pickle relish, mayo, cracked black pepper, and parsley, on a soft bulkie roll with bib lettuce and sliced tomato.
*Sweet and sour grainy mustard sauce, grilled salmon, butter lettuce, thin sliced tomato, on a croissant.
*Alaskan Pollock fillets dipped in beer batter and fried, then served on a soft bun with fresh tartar sauce.
*Artichoke hearts, chopped black olives, grilled shrimp, and sliced grape tomatoes, mixed with salt and pepper, fresh chopped parsley, and red wine vinegar and olive oil, then served on garlic rubbed grilled Italian bread slices.
*Albacore tuna with egg, flour, and seasonings, gently fried and served on a bun with tartar sauce and cheese.
*Mahi-Mahi chunks breaded and fried, stuffed in a pita with shredded lettuce and onion, with thin sliced tomato and dill pickle, then drizzled with Ranch dressing.
*Salmon patty with American cheese, tartar sauce, a lettuce leaf, and thin sliced tomato on a grilled hamburger bun.
*Grilled tuna salad on rye bread.
*Greek olives chopped and added to tuna, olive oil, chopped red onion, chopped red pepper, grape tomatoes, black pepper, and parsley, then stuffed into a pita.
*Shredded lettuce on a breaded and fried cod fillet, with tartar sauce on a lightly toasted potato roll.
*Tuna patty with cheese on a bun with mayo, lettuce, tomato, and pickle.
*Easy crab salad made with Miller's Select Claw Crab Meat and grilled on sourdough bread.
*Lobster, finely chopped with lettuce, spring onions, cilantro, and cucumber, in a rice wrapper with dipping sauce.
*Dover sole, grilled and served on a soft roll with tartar sauce, thinly sliced tomato, and butter lettuce.


Seafood Sauces

There are some seafood sauces that are so simple and inexpensive that you will wonder why you ever spent money on pre-made sauces. Below are the ingredients. Just measure the ingredients for the sauce of your choice into a small bowl. Then, stir the ingredients together. Four of these are just refrigerated. Refrigerate the sauce for at least half an hour to allow the flavors to mix. That’s it! The last sauce is warmed in the microwave.

Seafood Sauce

½-1 cup of catsup
Horseradish to taste (Use grated refrigerated horseradish. I use Brede.)
Juice from ½ of a fresh squeezed lemon

Tartar Sauce or Dilly Mayo

1/3 cup of mayonnaise,
½-1 teaspoon of finely grated Vidalia onion
½ teaspoon of dill weed (rubbed between your fingers to release the oil)
½ teaspoon of freshly squeezed lemon juice.
1 teaspoon Claussen sweet pickle relish

(To make Dilly Mayo, just leave out the lemon juice and pickle relish.)

Old Bay Mayo

1/3 cup of mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Old Bay Seasoning
¼ teaspoon onion powder
1 teaspoon Inglehoffer’s Stone Ground Mustard
4 drops of balsamic vinegar
1 tablespoon Organic Blue Agave syrup

Sweet Sour Mustard Sauce

1 teaspoon Inglehoffer’s Stone Ground Mustard
1 tablespoon Organic Blue Agave syrup
1 tablespoon Claussen Garlic Dill Pickle juice

This sauce needs to be heated in the microwave for about 20 seconds. It will be very thin. Spoon it onto the seafood in the sandwich or onto the greens that are dressing the sandwich.


Use these sandwich ideas as a basis for making your own delightful sandwiches. If you don’t have an ingredient, find something that you do have. You are a creative individual, and these sandwich ideas can free that creativity to help you build fabulous sandwiches. Let us know what you make! The BellaOnline Sandwiches Forum is a great place to brag about your delicious sandwich creations.


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