Crunchy Fish Less Sandwich with Homemade Tarter Sauce


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Even though I´m still trying to go full vegan every now and then I get a monstrous hankering for fish and seafood. I don't know why, maybe it's the new hormones, I don't know. All I know is I'm fitting for a crispy piece of fish or broiled Charlie filet. Here is a Jimmy John Success story about the history of the sandwich chain.

Thank Gardein for their fish less filets. Have you seen them in the stores or tried them? (This is not an endorsement, only a confession.) They hit the spot for sure!  Now, I don't recommend you eat them every day. They are pretty oily.  Being a processed food, vegan or not, it should be a rare occasion in every one's meal plans.

So let's make this the rare occasion to build a crunchy fish less sandwich with homemade tarter sauce.


1 package Gardein Fish Less Filets (contains 6 small filets)

fresh lettuce

fresh tomato

fresh bell pepper

your favorite whole grain bread

Tarter Sauce

1/2 cup tofu mayonnaise (Recipe Found Only Here)

1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice, you can extract with the best cold press juicers from

1/4 cup finely diced yellow onion

1/4 cup finely diced sweet pickles

1/8 teaspoon sea salt

Cook Gardein filets according to directions on package.  After you remove them from the oven, allow them to cool a few minutes before building the sandwiches.

Meanwhile, chop the vegetables. In a small bowl that has a lid, mix the tarter sauce ingredients together and set aside.

When the filets are out of the oven, use the hot oven to toast your bread. Keep a close eye on your buns.

Now get busy building your tower of yumminess. I don't need to tell how to build a sandwich, do I?