Sprouted Seed and Radish Sandwich

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This was no ordinary sandwich. A sandwich to remember.

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Crunchy, nutrient dense sprouted seeds, crisp lettuce, cool cucumber, peppery radish and sweet tomato encased in a creamy peppered mayonnaise between two slices of bread.

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Take 2 slices of your bread of choice (for me today it was a fresh sliced white bakery loaf) and spread with 10g (2 tsp) vegan butter or margarine. Slather one of the slices with 10g (about a tbsp) of your favourite egg free mayonnaise or other dressing or spreadΒ and grind over some black pepper.

Pile on 20g (a handful) of mixed sprouted seeds, lettuce leaves, cucumber slices, a thinly sliced radish and slices of a tomato. Top with second slice of bread and devour.

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27 Responses to Sprouted Seed and Radish Sandwich

  1. Poppy this look fantastic! I love sprouted seeds and with the radish and cracked pepper looks delicious and so healthy too.

  2. The Vegan Green says:

    Yum!

  3. Looks so fresh and I’m loving the big ol’ cracked black pepper!

  4. eatmemeal says:

    The photography on this post is fantastic! The sprouts look so fresh, I always try to add them to my sandwiches. So yummy!

  5. Mmm, these pictures have my mouth watering! πŸ™‚

  6. I love sprouted seeds, this looks so good! Great pictures too!

  7. lucylox says:

    Yum! Just my kind of sandwich πŸ™‚

  8. A wholesome sandwich! I love those sprouts.

  9. Looks like a super sandwich! I was just thinking that I need to start using the fresh bread from our bread machine for more than just toast (although this toast tastes pretty dang good right now :P)

  10. Great recipe Poppy… Its quick and easy! Surely gonna try this one…

  11. Sophie33 says:

    I made your tasty sandwich using home grown radishes! it was so tasty. X

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