- 1 French loaf or any kind of healthy bread that you prefer
- 300 g Smoked salmon, pre sliced
- 1 head Romaine lettuce, which use in Caesar’s salad
- 200 g Feta cheese or any soft cheese, quick grilled in a not stick pan using ahigh heat
- Pickled white onions;
- 2 nos White onion, slice
- 3 tbsp Cider vinegar
- 1 tsp Sugar
- Honey Mustard Spread;
- 3 tbsp Dijon mustard
- 1 tsp Horseradish
- 1 tsp Honey
- 2 tbsp Mayonnaise or cream fraiche
- Salt and cracked black pepper to taste
Pickled white onions:
Slice onions thinly, place in a bowl, mix with the vinegar and sugar, cover and let it marinade in a chiller for 1hour.
Honey Mustard Spread:
Mix all the ingredient until it is emulsified to a smooth texture.
Cut the French loaf in half, then toast in an oven for 1 minute, then spread the honey mustard on both sides, arrange the romaine lettuce, smoked salmon, feta cheese and pickle white onions evenly.
Today I would like to get people interacting about sandwiches if I may please as there are creative sandwiches and then there are the normal sandwiches. You can make sandwiches out of just about everything that you can dream of and that which you would love to place between two pieces of dough. Chef Kasdi has used Honey mustard as his signature flavoring sauce (to coin a phrase, if you like), but you can use anything. Different flavored butters, variants of mayonnaise, dressings or even sauces such as black pepper. You can use hundreds of different breads, rolled, folded or even pockets toasted or just warmed. There are thousands of composed salads or dozens of different types of plain lettuce to choose from. When making sandwiches the ideas are only limited to your imagination and can be presented, especially to children, as simple, cheap, exciting and most importantly healthy alternatives to fried, canned or frozen foods.