Avocado Tomato Sandwich
Recipe: Avocado Tomato Sandwich
Avocado Tomato Sandwich is a filling, delicious and healthy meal option especially for days when you don’t feel like cooking in summer. Best time to enjoy those fresh juicy tomatoes. When it comes to sandwiches, I love tomato ones, with avocado and the classic cucumber one. I bought those large juicy tomatoes on sale, yes went a bit crazy. Had an avocado that was ready to be eaten. And hubby had got some yummy sourdough bread. Put everything together to make a filling and healthy sandwich in a matter of few minutes.
Whenever I use an avocado for sandwiches, I don’t use butter. This makes the sandwiches healthier with good fat from the avocado. While hubby prefers closed sandwiches, I rather go for open sandwiches as that way I get to add more topping/filling!
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Wendy who blogs at A Day In The Life On A Farm suggested we use any kind of bread – wrap, croissant, pita, panini for our sandwich. I went for the sourdough bread.
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When it comes to sandwiches Indian style my favourite is Vegetable Masala Sandwich. It is usually prepared in a special sandwich chamcho as it is called in India. The sandwich maker works well over gas flame. Nowadays the shape of the chamcho or sandwich is square but years ago it use to be round. I have the round one, inherited from my mother in law. Unfortunately, I am not able to use on my induction stove.
Ingredients Required For Avocado Tomato Sandwich
Bread – use any bread of your choice. Can use a wrap, pita, panini, croissant. I have used sourdough bread slices.
Avocado – ripe.
Tomato – fresh tomato, any of your choice plum, globe or beefsteak. If you have baby tomatoes at hand, then go ahead and use those.
Jalapeño – finely chopped. Add according to your taste. Can omit it altogether.
Fresh Herb – can use basil, mint, parsley, cilantro. I used cilantro as that is what I had.
Lemon/Lime Juice – to add to the mashed avocado.
Salt – add according to your taste.
Pepper Powder – add according to your taste.
Salad Leaves – any of your choice. Can be lettuce, kale, spinach, arugula, mixed,
Cheese – any of your choice. I have used feta.
Watch How To Make Avocado Tomato Sandwich
AVOCADO TOMATO SANDWICH
- 4 slices bread big
- 1 medium avocado
- 1 large tomato
- ¼ cup feta cheese
- 1 cup salad leaves
- 2 tbsp fresh herb of your choice
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- ½-1 Jalapeño
- ½ tsp salt
- ¼ tsp pepper powder
- Chop the fresh herb you use. Can use cilantro, basil, mint, parsley.
- Finely chop the jalapeño.
- Cut the avocado into half. Remove the seed.
- Scoop out the avocado into a small mixing bowl.
- Mash the avocado lightly with a fork.
- Add the chopped herb, jalapeño, lemon juice, salt and pepper powder.
- Mix well. Keep on the side till required.
- Slice the tomato.
- Wash and pat dry the salad leaves.
- Lightly toast the bread slices if you want to. I toasted them a bit.
- You can choose to make closed or open sandwich.
- Spread the avocado mixture over the four slices.
- Layer it with salad leaves on 2 slices if you are making closed sandwich.
- Top it with tomato slices.
- Add some feta cheese.
- If you are making closed sandwich then add the remaining slices of bread.
- Serve immediately.
- Choose any bread of your choice. Use panini, wraps, pita, croissants,etc.
- Add any fresh herb of your choice. Can use parsley, mint, basil, cilantro/coriander.
- Adding jalapeno is optional. Can replace with a green chilli.
- Add cheese of your choice, like mozzarella, cheddar, swiss, halloumi, paneer, Goats cheese, etc.
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