#42 Adult-taste sandwich

Part 42 Adult-taste sandwich

illustrated by Saki Shiokawa

(Machine translation) When you’re a little hungry, you can enjoy eating a sandwich. Today is a “a little adult-taste” sandwich. A sardine-tuna mayonnaise-style mixed sandwich.

Ingredients (1 serving)

  1. 3 slices bread
  2. 20 g canned oil sardine
  3. 4 slices tomato, sliced
  4. Basil leafs
  5. 40 g mayonnaise
  6. 10 g coarse ground mustard
  7. 15 g butter
  8. Dash to taste

First, toast breads in a microwave for about 5 minutes. In the meantime, prepare ingredients.

Don’t forget to apply butter on one side after the bread is toasted.

Next, prepare a sardine mix. Crush 20 g of oil sardine with a spoon. Then add 15g of mayonnaise, 10g of mustard and pepper, and mix them.

Then prepare basil and tomatoes. Wash the basil with water and remove remaining water by using a paper towel.  For the tomatoes, cut off the top portion and cut them into slices with a desired thickness.

Then, put the ingredients on a toasted bread. First, paste the sardine mix on the bread.

Next, stack another bread on it, coat the bread with mayonnaise, and place the sliced tomatoes and basil on it.

Put additional mayonnaise for mayonnaise lovers and stack another bread on it and cut it into two.  Because home care assistants have a limited time, the sandwich should be cut shortly after the stacking.  Also, it is delicious if you eat the prepared sandwich with a crust.

Today I made gazpacho (Part 43: Spanish tomato soup) with the sandwich. So please try them together.

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