Generally, Asians consider rice as their staple food. As for me, it’s bread.
I find bread to be so delicious and so simple to prepare. Especially for someone who only started cooking in her mid-twenties, bread has pretty much been my solution to satisfy hunger.
I recalled reading an Archies comics strip, where everyone at Riverdale High School went for a blood check up at school. Jughead went in, and the next picture showed the doctor running out the room. He discovered that Jughead’s blood is abnormal, because it was hamburger juice! (FYI Jughead eats a lot of hamburgers as if his life depended on it).
I wonder if I go to the doctor’s and he’ll find bread juice instead of blood in my body. Lol.
Anyway, it’s been a long while since I did a picture-recipe thing. So below is a simple recipe on how to prepare a simple fulfilling sandwich breakfast.
3. Chicken/Tuna (up to you! You don’t even have to put this if you don’t want to). I use CP’s Honey Roasted Chicken BBQ. It’s microwavable, so no heavy-duty cooking is needed!
4. BREAD (You can use white/wholewheat/wholegrain bread. Up to you! I use Honey Oat bread).
At this point, you can also put bell peppers, onions, tomatoes and seasonings that you desire. Up to you! The world is your oyster :).
Simple, right? You can basically do ANYTHING with bread. Be creative, be imaginative! 🙂 By the way, this post was inspired by the Subway that I had a few weekends ago:
It was SO GOOD, SO DELICIOUS and SO HEALTHY. I had slice chicken sthsth which costs 89 baht (cheapest).
Check out other Sandwich recipes:
1. Buttered vegetarian mushroom stock with dried garlic and scrambled eggs
2. Chicken Bologna and Smoked Salmon homemade gourmet sandwiches