A tuna sandwich always brings back memories of days spent on the beach or in the countryside, full of fun and relaxation. Sweet and juicy grapes also come to mind, the perfect dessert after a simple but flavorful meal.
Of course, there are many tuna sandwich versions, with a wide array of possibilities, from the most plain and simple – just bread with tuna and mayonnaise – to the more sophisticated and gourmet, made with fresh tuna fillets and even caviar.
The recipe I made for you today is very visually appealing and filled with delicious flavors that may vary according to your preferences. Aioli, which is basically garlic mayonnaise, is even tastier when you add green olives, but you can also use black olives, a few basil leaves and some capers. I guarantee it will be a great flavor contribution to any sandwich.
Before you get started, I have a trick to share: If you cook raw garlic in a little water or roast it in a few drops of olive oil, its flavor will be gentler and you won't find it to be as strong. In any case, go with the approach of your choice, and add more or less garlic to the sauce, according to your preference.
How about you? How do you like your tuna sandwich?