Posted October 10, 2018 12:05:58 There are few things more satisfying than a good tuna sandwich, and if you are lucky enough to have one at home, you’ll find yourself ordering them almost every time.
But when you need to save some money, the ideal tuna sandwich might just be a little easier to find.
That’s because some states have their own version of tuna sandwich.
If you are searching for a tuna sandwich that’s not on the menu of your favorite restaurant, there’s a good chance you’re not alone.
Here are 10 other states that you might not know about.
Wyoming’s “Tuna Sandwich” The Wyoming Department of Agriculture’s website offers a free sample of their signature tuna sandwich made with tuna, tuna beans, cheese and avocado.
The tuna sandwich comes with a lettuce, tomato and red onion bun.
The lettuce is a little thicker than you’d normally find in a tuna salad, but the tuna beans are still tender.
The avocado adds a crunch and a nice tang.
It’s definitely a good choice for a quick and healthy lunch.
The bread and butter is not as rich as a tuna meal, but it is still good.
Louisiana’s “Fishing License” The Louisiana Fish and Game Department’s Fishing License includes a “Tunis Sandwich,” a tuna and avocado sandwich.
The sandwich comes topped with lettuce, avocado and tomato.
The salmon is crispy and juicy, and the avocado and tuna beans have a sweet, salty flavor.
The meat is a bit of a hit, but don’t expect too much.
The bun has lettuce, tomatoes, red onion and mayonnaise.
It may look like the sandwich is made with more tuna than lettuce, but that’s because the tuna is not the focus of the sandwich.
Oklahoma’s “Baked Alaska” Alaska has a special version of the “Tiny Tuna Sandwich.”
It comes with the ingredients listed on the license, plus two extra ingredients, which are a little bit of tuna and a little of mayonnaiser.
The menu says it comes with “one sandwich, a tomato sauce, lettuce, pickles and mayo.”
The sandwich is topped with bacon and a green salad.
You can’t go wrong with either one.
Florida’s “Fish Sandwich” If you’re looking for a great tuna sandwich without the hassle of driving to a restaurant, you’re going to want to check out the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s “Catch the Fish Sandwich” menu.
It comes complete with two tuna sandwiches, a bacon and red cabbage salad, two slices of avocado and a cucumber.
This is an appetizer sandwich that is delicious and packed with flavor.
Tennessee’s “Shrimp & Bacon” This Tennessee State Board of Agriculture-approved “Fish” Sandwich comes with shrimp, bacon, mayo and tomato, but not the meat.
Instead, the shrimp is served on a lettuce leaf, tomato, red cabbage and mayonise bun.
There’s also an extra ingredient for dipping in.
The shrimp sandwich comes from the state’s own recipe, but is made without the meat, which makes it a bit bland.
New York’s “Sustainable Tuna” There’s no better way to celebrate a delicious tuna sandwich than by serving up a “sustainable tuna sandwich.”
The New York Fish and Boat Commission’s Sustainable Tuna sandwich comes packed with tuna and mayaise, which is cooked in a grill.
The “fish” is made from shrimp, and served with a tomato, lettuce and tomato sauce.
The mayo is a sweet and tangy dressing that helps balance the meaty tuna and cheese.
The lobster is cooked on a spit, so the lobster meat can soak in the sauce, creating a really delicious, satisfying sandwich.
Michigan’s “Chicken Sandwich” Michigan’s Fish and Water Conservation Commission also has a “Chicken” sandwich, but this one comes in a little smaller.
It includes a lettuce and a tomato bun, with a fried chicken breast.
The chicken is grilled and served on top of a lettuce salad.
The grilled chicken sandwich comes in the standard tuna, chicken, tomato sauce and mayouise bun, but with the added ingredient of chicken.
Florida State’s “Fat Chicken Sandwich” Florida State University’s Food Science and Technology Department has a Fat Chicken sandwich made of tuna, lettuce leaf and mayos, which comes with grilled chicken, lettuce leaves, tomato on a bun and mayonaise.
The salad comes with mayonnais, tomatoes and onions, plus a fried egg on top.
New Mexico’s “Meatless Salmon” If New Mexico State’s Fish & Wildlife Conservation Board’s Sustainable Salmon Sandwich doesn’t fit your budget, you can always go for a meatless salmon sandwich at a fish-centric restaurant.
This tuna sandwich is a good option if you’re searching for the “perfect tuna sandwich,” but it’s a little pricey. The