Ham, cheese, tomatoes, peppers… If you’re tired of these sandwich ingredients and would like to make breakfast interesting again, why not make it interesting with a little fish? Your kids will love this sandwich made with a sardine spread and salmon!

Ingredients (for 4):

  • 100 g wholewheat bread (circa 4 slices)
  • 4 cans of boneless, skinless sardines in olive oil
  • 400 g salmon
  • 50 g butter
  • 15 g red currant
  • 5 g salad mix (for garnish)
  • 10 g black caviar (optional)
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How to prepare:

Mash up the sardines from 3 cans, then thoroughly incorporate them with the softened, churned butter. Spread your mixture over the slices of bread, then appetizingly place your salmon fillets and the sardines from the fourth can on top of the spread. Finally garnish with the salad mixture, red currants and optionally the caviar.

Hint: Slightly toast the bread, so it doesn’t absorb the olive oil and stays crunchier!

Nutritional properties in the sandwiches:

  • Energy: 2504 kcal/10476 kJ
  • Fats: 131 g (of wich saturated: 49 g)
  • Carbohydrates: 56 g (of wich sugars: 3,2 g)
  • Proteins: 159 g
  • Salt: 23 g

Nutritional properties per 100 g:

  • Energy: 259 kcal/1086 kJ
  • Fats: 14 g (of wich saturated: 5,1 g)
  • Carbohydrates: 5,8 g (of wich sugars: 0,3 g)
  • Proteins: 16 g
  • Salt: 2,4 g
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