I love hard-boiled eggs in sandwiches, which is why it's no surprise I'm a fan of Pan Bagnat—the classic southern French sandwich that features hard-boiled eggs, alongside tuna and other veggies. I put my own twist on it yesterday for a yummy, satisfying sandwich. I shaved radishes and cucumbers with a mandoline, for super-thin, crispy slices, and used radish greens in place of lettuce. Try it!

Pan Bagnat.jpg

Springy Pan Bagnat

4-inch baguette, sliced in half

1 - 2 radishes, thinly sliced

2" piece of cucumber, thinly sliced

Handful of radish greens, washed

1 hardboiled egg, peeled and sliced

2 oz. oil-packed light tuna*

Salt & pepper to taste

Layer it up, and serve. If you have time, you can wrap it up tightly and let it rest under something heavy—it will let all the flavors meld together and make it more wieldy to eat.

*I've been preferring oil-packed tuna, which helps retain more of the omega-3 fats, but you can also use water-packed if that's what you prefer or have on hand.