Sandwich filling ideas nz recipes

Hungarian food

Hungarian food

A crescent-shaped bread, often eaten simply with butter or sliced in half and topped with cheese, meat, and/or peppers for a sandwich

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Spicy Cucumber Bruschetta

Spicy Cucumber Bruschetta

Madhur Jaffrey's Spicy Cucumber Sandwiches ( in Food for Family and Friends) was the inspiration for this recipe
Make it with ..... Mondays # 7

Make it with ..... Mondays # 7

Today we closed the door on challenge Nutella, and you all brought some stunning dishes to the table - it's pretty clear that this is a popular ingredient, and you used it to fill cookies, tarts, ravioli, even sandwiches, as well as in ice cream and sauces
Savoury bread and butter pudding

Savoury bread and butter pudding

- about half a cup of leftover salmon sandwichfilling (tinned salmon mashed with lemon, vinegar and a scrap of creamy salad dressing)
Fresh FYI:  A Healthy Back To School Lunchbox

Fresh FYI: A Healthy Back To School Lunchbox

These will add color and flavour, but try to avoid soggy sandwichfillings. Tiger sandwiches with rye and white bread can be a fun way to introduce new, grainier breads
Celebrity chefs create culinary delights

Celebrity chefs create culinary delights

“The Burghley Bloomer is a variant of the Italian Sandwich,” Martin says. Press it down nice and flat so that you can fit as much filling as possible into the loaf

Back to school lunch ideas

Use as a dip or sandwichfilling. • Load sandwiches up with vegetables. School Lunch Snack Ideas. • Spread avocado on your sandwiches instead of butter

Tips and Timesavers

For a scrummy and fillingsandwich – chop up one large onion, boil then fry in butter. Try adding chopped olives to hummus to boost the flavour of salad sandwiches using healthy multigrain slices

Nice nasturtiums

My favourite way in the kitchen with nasturtiums is tossing them in salads, making them into a peppery pesto (see below for the recipe) or in high tea-like sandwiches