Thursday, July 10, 2014

Open-faced sandwich

2 slices of wholemeal bread, avocado, onion rings marinated in balsamic vinegar and anchovies. Tasty?

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  1. A slice of bacon or two and it'd be perfect!

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    1. yeah!! give me five!! i have the same thought too!! :p

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    2. Great minds think alike?

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  2. wow!! this one looks good, like the avocado and the balsamic vinegar marinate!! but i would be a little greedy.. can i have the same topping for each of the pieces of bread instead?? muahahaha~~

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  3. haha, call me jakun or so malaysian.. when i see the onions and anchovies, you know what comes into mind?? kekekekeke, SAMBAL!! those sambal bilis with bawang.. awwww, i think goes well as sandwich "topping" (since this is open-faced) too~~ :)

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    1. Yes you are confirmed malaysian!

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  4. Ummmm...if it is not sandwiched in between two slices, is it still called a sandwich? Don't talk to anyone after eating that - all those onions. Hehehehehehe!!!!

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    1. Yes, danish open faced sandwiches are famous. They are also known as smorrebrod.

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    2. Hehehe, guess you won't want to talk to me after I have eaten raw garlics too.

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  5. Anything with avocado sure healthy.. I seldom eat it coz its bland.. But its very nutritious. I bought it lastime for G's puree.. Any leftover, I'll spread on bread with slices of banana and some nutella.. Nice..

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    1. Avocado ripe ones are very rich and taste good with bread.

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    2. Next time maybe I will try your version. Avocado, banana and nutella. Must be very tasty.

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  6. doesnt look tasty but from ingredients i think its very healthy eats

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    1. Mamarazzi is spot on. This sandwich is breakfast for an elderly person on a low fat low salt diet so no bacon is allowed.

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  7. Wow! That one weird sandwich, I not sure I would want to take a bite. Hehehe.

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    1. Hehehe, not many would dare to eat like this.

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  8. Is the anchovies cooked? I love having sambal anchovies with avocado!

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    1. Actually the anchovies were used to boil soup and then removed from the soup to be eaten like this for any leftover nutrients in them and also for fibre.

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  9. Hehe! I don't like so much of onions on it!! =p

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    1. I don't too. Hehehe. Actually this sandwich is not mine. :)

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