Gourmet Seafood Sandwiches
By Editorial Staff
Contributed by Info Guru Oliver VanDervoort
We all get those cravings for a kind of food that we haven’t had in a while.
Once those cravings pop up, we have a hard time tamping them back down until we’ve gone out and gotten whatever food we were looking for. On occasion, a seafood sandwich is exactly what we are having a craving for and we might not even realize that is what the craving is for, until we order one of the top 10 seafood sandwiches in existence and get transported to taste bud heaven. In order to save you a little bit of effort, doing the detective work in finding out these taste treats exist, we’ve brought you the list of the best of the best.
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This particular dish is only going to get better, the better quality of clam you use. Might I suggest frying up some Chesapeake Bay Clams (shelled of course) to go in this dish? You fry up the clam meat, then put it on a hotdog bun that has been sufficiently grilled to crispiness.
9. Lobster BLT
This particular dish is just a slightly different take on the more traditional Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato (BLT) sandwich. In this case you simply add a little lobster meat to the dish to give it an original and quite tasty look and taste.
8. Shark Steak Sandwich
The movie “The Contender” single-handedly made my mouth water with the mention of this particular dish. It may have been mentioned in a movie, but you can certainly put together your own version. Just like Salmon steak or any other large fish, you can indeed make a steak cut out of shark meat that is quite good.
7. Crab Salad Sandwich
Just like an egg salad sandwich or a chicken salad sandwich, this isn’t some totally new creation but rather a seafood improvement on an existing recipe. Simply get yourself some really good crab meat and you will have a great salad sandwich in no time.
6. Shrimp and Avocado Sandwich
Shrimp and avocado sandwich is a rarity on this list because it really is something that is sort of brand new and only for shrimp. As a general rule, you cook the shrimp and add up some hot and spicy toppings, then use the avocado (either pieces or dip) as a way to cool off the spicy. It is indeed a taste treat. This is also a pretty healthy alternative to some of the choices on our list so hurrah for that!
5. Fried Fish Sandwich
This is just a basic creation where you fry up a fish steak and put in between two buns with any kind of sauce and toppings that will make it your creation. The best kind of fish to use for this are generally something like Haddock or Flounder but there are other alternatives that will all contribute to a different tasty combo.
4. Crab Cake Sandwich
Nothing real difficult or special here, but it sure is tasty. Basically you just cook up the crab cakes like normal, but put them between two buns when you’re ready to eat. A special relish will make the sandwich that much better.
3. Ahi Tuna Sandwich
This is quite a bit like a shark steak sandwich, except that it is actually gourmet tuna steak sandwich. People think of “Chicken under the Sea” when talking about a tuna fish sandwich, but this particular dish is quite a bit tastier.
2. Shrimp Jibarito
This is a sandwich that can be really good when done right. There aren’t a whole lot of places that do it just, but when you find a place that does, go there often. When done right, this is one of the best seafood sandwiches in creation.
1. Shrimp Po’Boy
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A Cajun creation that is simply one of the best sandwiches, let alone one that contains seafood, on the planet. This sandwich is also rather simple, so the dressings and relishes and the spices they use to fry up the shrimp play a part.
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