Southeast Asian Salmon Sub with Chile-Lime Dressing

Menu Part: 
Sandwich/Wrap
Cuisine Type: 
Asian
Serves: 
4

Sandwiches are stars at fast-casual concepts and Asian sandwiches are an up and coming sub-category. This Asian-American hybrid layers salmon, julienne veggies, peanuts and mint with a drizzle of chile lime dressing on a hoagie roll. The result should appeal to both mainstream and adventurous customers.

Ingredients

1/2 cup julienne carrots
1/2 cup julienne cucumbers
4 sesame seed hoagie or sub rolls, split
1 (7.1 oz.) pouch skinless and boneless pink salmon, flaked
2 tbsp. chopped roasted peanuts
1 tbsp. chopped fresh mint
1 large shallot, thinly sliced
3 tbsp. fresh squeezed lime juice
2 tbsp. sugar
1 1/2 tbsp. Thai-style chile sauce
1 tbsp. rice vinegar
1 tbsp. sesame oil
2 tsp. light soy sauce

Steps

  1. In bowl, combine carrots and cucumber; evenly divide among hoagie rolls.
  2. Top with salmon, peanuts and mint.
  3. In a jar or small bowl, combine shallot, lime juice, sugar, chile sauce, rice vinegar, sesame oil and soy sauce; shake or mix until well blended. Drinzzle Chile-Lime Dressing over sandwich filling. Serve immediately.
Source: Chicken of the Sea

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