Quickly make a sandwich in your kitchen. You will love this one. It is juicy on the inside and crunchy on the outside.
A delicious sandwich can be the best snack of the day. Or it can be a superb lunch that tastes incredibly good and fill up your stomach in a good way. And it perfectly suits into your lunchbox for takeaway.
Carrots and cucumber are a combination that goes together exceptionally well. The grated carrots make the perfect base for the filling. Cucumber and yogurt complete the sandwich taste for light and fresh flavor. The thinly coated toast slices (yum vegan mayonnaise) round up the rich flavor of the whole sandwich.
Last but not least, don’t forget to add the dill. The best thing is to use some fresh dill. But you also can use frozen or dried dill. If you’ve never tried dill in a dish, try it with this sandwich. It has a slightly sweet taste with a hint of tart flavor. It is the perfect combination with carrots and cucumber.
If you still do not want to use dill, you can use some parsley instead.
8 slices of toast
4 (400 g) bit carrots
½ (150g) cucumber
7 tbsp (160 g) yogurt
5 tsp (60g) vegan mayonnaise
1 ½ tsp salt (eventually more – to taste)
½ tsp pepper
2 twigs of dill (5 g)
1 tbsp lemon juice
Peel the carrots and roughly grate them. Peel the cucumber, and carefully cut out the core with a v-cut. Roughly grate the cucumber – or cut it into really small pieces.
Plug the dill from the stem and cut the dill.
Mix the yogurt with salt, lemon juice, and dill. Then add the grated carrots and cucumber and mix well.
Now, toast the slices of toast on both sides. You can do this in a pan (no oil), in a toaster, or in the oven.
Spread the mayonnaise on the slices – the bottom and the top of the sandwich.
In the meantime the liquid from the vegetable mix accumulated at the bottom of the bowl. Now, do not stir! Distribute the filling onto the toasted slices with a spoon, spread the filling evenly, and try to pick up as little liquid from the bottom of the bowl as possible .
If you want your sandwich triangular, cut the toast slices into halves. Now, enjoy your sandwich on a plate or out of your lunchbox. Don’t forget to pack a napkin :-)!
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