Shrimp and Fish Sandwich Ideas

Shrimp and Fish Sandwich Ideas
Shrimp is one of those foods that most people don't associate with sandwiches. They are eaten as part of a fancy meal as boiled or fried butterfly shrimp. However, boiled or fried, they make lovely sandwiches. Fish also plays well with breads and rolls! Here are ideas for sixteen excellent shrimp and fish sandwiches.

Why should you use shrimp and fish in sandwiches? First, they taste great! The have omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Shrimp also contain selenium and copper. While they do contain cholesterol, shrimp that is cooked with moist heat, without oil, is naturally low in calories. Fish is also naturally low in calories, unless it is fried or sautéed in oil. Salmon and other fatty fish contain omega-3 fatty acids. In addition, salmon has significant amounts of selenium, Vitamins B-12, D, and B-6. Tuna also has an abundance of selenium, along with Vitamins B-3, B-12, and B-6. Since tuna is more likely to be polluted with mercury than some other fish, it should be eaten with caution by children and pregnant women. To avoid the pollution problems that can come from farmed fish and shrimp, buy wild-caught fish, whenever possible.

What purpose does selenium serve in human nutrition? First, you don't need a lot of it. However, it is a crucial mineral in assembling anti-oxidants that protect our cells from damage.


Shrimp and Fish Sandwich Ideas

* Artichoke spinach dip spread inside a pita with fried popcorn shrimp.
*Green Goddess dressing on a croissant with spiced boiled shrimp, lettuce, tomato, and avocado.
* Salad, chopped fine and wrapped with tiny cooked shrimp into a rice wrapper. Serve it with peanut dipping sauce.
* Poorboy sandwich made with fried popcorn shrimp and spicy tartar sauce on a soft bun.
* Gouda smoked cheese, grilled marinated shrimp, shredded lettuce, slivered onions, tomatoes, pickled peppers, and ranch dressing on a panini.
* Hard roll with melted habanero cheese, Swiss cheese, provolone, Colby-Jack cheese, and tiny shrimp, with a slice of tomato, lettuce leaf, and dill pickle slices.
* Shrimp salad with alfalfa sprouts and tomato stuffed into a pita.
*Gourmet seaweed salad with tiny shrimp wrapped into a flour tortilla.

* Salmon with honey-mustard dill sauce wrapped in a cream cheese covered tortilla with shredded lettuce.
*Tilapia cooked in salsa and wrapped with shredded lettuce, Pico de Gallo, and cheese, in a warm tortilla.
*Salmon salad grilled with pepperjack cheese on rye bread.
*Garlic bun with spinach, basil, tomato, fresh mozzarella, fried Swai and mayo.
*Salmon with honey-mustard-dill glaze wrapped with lettuce, tomatoes, and sweet onion slivers with vinaigrette in a warm flatbread.
* Dilled salmon spread on sourdough toast with tomato and butter lettuce.
*Albacore tuna salad on grilled hamburger bun.
* Salmon burger on a bun with dill mayo, onion, pickle, lettuce, and tomato.

These sandwich ideas originated in the BellaOnline Sandwiches Forum's thread called the Sandwich Name Game. With over a million views, this is a good place to come to get those sandwich ideas. If you would like to participate in the game, join the BellaOnline Forum community. We would love to hear from you!

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