Tartines are great because you can get more flavor with less bread than with a regular sandwich. In this summery tartine, a creamy slaw is topped with freshly grilled shrimp.

By Rebecca Toback
Updated December 08, 2016
Quentin Bacon

Tartines are great because you can get more flavor with less bread than with a regular sandwich. In this summery tartine, a creamy slaw is topped with freshly grilled shrimp.

It's perfect for a light lunch or snack and one tartine has 192 calories and 7 grams of fat. To lower the amount of fat, use low-fat mayo or substitute mayo for Greek yogurt, which has more protein for less fat and calories.

Ingredients: mayonnaise, reduced-fat sour cream, shallot, dill pickle relish, fresh tarragon, large shrimp, olive oil, salt, pepper, baguette, coleslaw.

Try this recipe: Shrimp Tartines with Slaw

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