We made this sandwich up when we had a small deli way back when. One of our salads in the deli case was a spicy tuna salad and another was the honey sesame slaw. It just so happened one day both were in the deli case and one of my employees put the two together and it was amazing! Here I have added heirloom tomatoes because---well because they are in season here in Northern California and I cannot get enough of them! —Mamasays
2-4 sandwiches depending on how hungry you are
can of tuna
spoonful of sambal olek
thinly slice green onions
can roughly chopped water chestnuts
thinly sliced cabbage. I like to use both green and purple for color
carrot, shredded or julienned
toasted sesame oil
apple cider vinegar
sea salt to taste. I like Maldon sea salt.
sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds
A few sprigs of chopped cilantro
In This Recipe
Combine tuna, water chestnuts, green onion, mayo and sambal olek. Add sea salt to taste.
Combine shredded cabbage, carrot and cilantro (optional).
Combine sesame oil, olive oil, honey and apple cider vinegar. Whisk until emulsified. Dress cabbage and sprinkle with sea salt to taste and top with toasted sesame seeds.
I like to serve on toasted bread but this is just my preference. Also the heirloom tomatoes add a nice flavor if you have them.