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It’s time that the classic tuna fish sandwich got an upgrade… Southwest Tuna Melt with Roasted Corn Poblano Salsa, Bacon, and Avocado!
The only exposure I had to seafood growing up were tuna fish sandwiches. My dad
was is the pickiest of eaters. He didn’t even eat pizza before meeting my mom (being the amazing mother she is, she correctly refused to be in a relationship with anyone that didn’t at least eat pizza). Fish? No freaking way did he go near the stuff. So my mom never cooked it… but she did get her fix on weekends by whipping up canned tuna fish sandwiches for herself, my brother, and I.
And now, I wanted to combine that classic sandwich of my childhood with the bold southwest flavors I’m obsessed with. Because really, southwest flavors give anything an instant upgrade. Boom… Southwest Tuna Melt with Roasted Corn Poblano Salsa, Bacon, and Avocado.
Oh yea, and I served it up on cornbread. That’s just how I roll. You can, of course, feel free to use any of the usual tuna melt bread suspects when constructing your sandwich masterpiece. Bagels are always a great choice in my mind… they are sturdy and freaking delicious. Especially NY bagels 🙂
I chose to go all fancy with these and serve them open-faced. I even broke out a fork and knife… but in all honesty that’s just because Asheley was home and she would have probably yelled at me for shoveling this in my face with my bare hands.
My sandwich isn’t the only thing that got a serious upgrade with this Southwest Tuna Melt…
I’m super pumped about this Wild Selections® Solid White Albacore Tuna in Water. It’s the first complete line of canned seafood that’s certified sustainable and Non-GMO Project verified. And extra bonus? 13¢ from the sale of each can of Wild Selections® supports World Wildlife Fund conservation efforts. This is wild caught canned tuna that I can feel good about serving my family.