This vegan tuna pan bagnat is packed with delicious flavours for a hearty lunch option.
Pan Bagnat is a sandwich from Nice in the South of France, typically made with tuna, raw vegetables, eggs and olive oil. Pan Bagnat means “soaked bread” which does not sound too appetising. Don’t be put off though as it is really nice and certainly adds to the experience of visiting this gorgeous city, strolling through the old town.
I took quite a lot of liberty (adding some of my favourite vegetables) with this vegan version and I hope the purists will forgive me.
The vegan tuna filling was adapted from Green Kitchen At Home ‘s Penne Pomodoro with Vegan “Tuna” recipe. It is a tasty sustainable alternative to fish. Enjoy!