Most of the times when you want a snack on the go for lunch and you don’t want anything fast food, you probably end up having a sandwich. The choice is usually (well at least in Germany): sausage, ham, eggs, cheese or tuna. I always take the one with cheese.
But I need variety, so I have started making my own sandwiches when I am on the road. And they are anything else but boring.
I have made an avocado tartare. Avocado tartare sounds like an invented word but it also sounds kinda cool. It is like a little avocado salad that you can combine with different things. In this case bread – making a sandwich.
I have been craving semi-raw tuna plus salad for two weeks now. I have seen a picture of it in a food magazine and couldn’t stop thinking about it. As I am crazy about food this happens to me quite often actually. I can’t put food out of my head.
So today it was seared tuna with a super fresh sprouts salad. This dish has some kind of an asian appeal. Also because of the aromatic taste of roasted sesame, which I really like.