By Canyon Coffee
Friends of the Valley Casey and Ally recently opened the doors to their first Canyon Coffee shop in Echo Park. Not only is the space beautiful and the coffee and tea brewed to perfection, but they have a delicious selection of toast and sandwiches on the menu. Here’s the recipe for the cafe favorite, Tuna Toast.
- A 3/4” slice of your favorite bread
- Herbed mayo
- Ortiz tuna
- Lemon juice
- Aleppo peppers
- Cut & toast a 3/4” slice of your favorite bread (we use a pullman sandwich loaf by Bub & Grandma’s in Echo Park)
- Spread herbed mayo
- Lay tuna on top of mayo, flatten out with a fork to distribute evenly across the bread
- Sprinkle 1 tsp capers
- Add pinch of aleppo pepper (spread evenly across)
- Add shallots
- Garnish with parsley
- Spritz of lemon juice Drizzle of Wonder Valley Olive Oil
- Pinch of salt to finish
Wonder Valley Olive Oil elevates any meal through its bright, herbaceous, peppery flavor and delivers a delicious dose of polyphenols, the powerful antioxidant associated with longevity of life. Our 2022 harvest oil is a blend of Arbequina, Favalosa and Tuscan olives hand-picked from the groves in Lake County, CA and pressed within hours of harvest by a master miller.
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