One of the best things you can do with potatoes is to make potato sandwiches. Simply boil the potatoes, let them cool, and get creative. Since potatoes a very subtle taste, this is a great opportunity to bring out your best toppings. A really good mayonnaise always complements potatoes nicely, and the fried onions brings a little crunch to the party. This is a classic Danish open faced sandwich (in Denmark they call it Smørrebrød), which any kid that goes to school can tell you.
- 1 slice of ciabatta bread
- 1 medium size boiled potato
- 2 tsp Italian salsa verde (Click here for a recipe)
- 2 tsp mayonnaise
- 1 1-2 tbs fried onions
- 1 grape tomato
Make sure to boil the potato first and let it cool.
Slice a piece of ciabatta bread. Slice the potato and spread on the bread. Spread the mayo and Italian salsa verde side-by-side like Bonnie and Clyde down the middle, and sprinkle the fried onions on top. Cut the grape tomato in thin slices and carefully balance it on the top of the sandwich. Enjoy.
Note: The sandwich you see in the background of these images is a falafel sandwich with chili sauce, pesto and roasted garlic. It will be posted soon 🙂
Note: There is a big difference between Mexican salsa verde and Italian salsa verde, so make sure to use the right one.