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Feta Cheese, Arugula and Poached Egg Open Sandwich

Goat cheese, arugula and poached egg open sandwich
Open faced sandwiches feel more like lunch, put a poached egg on top and they feel like breakfast. But we had these for dinner. They created a completely balanced meal with carbs, vegetables and protein. They’re also quick to make and look pretty.

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Feta cheese, arugula and poached egg open sandwichFeta cheese, arugula and poached egg open sandwich

Ingredients:
Slices of rye or sourdough bread
A packet of arugula
Alfalfa sprouts
Can of corn
Olive oil
Lemon juice
Salt & pepper
One egg for each sandwich
Feta cheese
Grated parmesan
Dried thyme
A chilli – sliced finely
Paprika

Method:
Toast or grill the bread.
Crumble the feta and mix with the parmesan, thyme and a little lemon juice.
Dress the arugula and sprouts with oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper.
Poach the eggs.
Assemble the sandwiches. First the salad mix, then the cheese mix, then the corn and the egg.
Season the egg and sprinkle with paprika and the red chillies.

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Comments

  1. These sandwiches are so perfect! And the photo is gorgeous! I tried photographing sandwiches and it’s so difficult!! Your picture is so beautiful :-).

    • Thanks. I find the trick to photographing inherently blah foods is to dress them up a bit. The added chilli and paprika on top of the egg make for a far more interesting photo. It’s a matter of playing with the colours and different shapes of the food.
      Suzanne

    • This seems so easy and healthy too, Mona. I’m just tnyrig to find arugula in India. As usual, I love your video you’re way too cool sistah! ♥

  2. I seriously love your website.. Pleasant colors & theme.
    Did you build this website yourself? Please rply back as I’m trying tto create my own personal blog aand want to find out
    where you gott this from or exactly what the theme is called.
    Cheers!

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