Friday, April 11, 2014

Asian Egg Mayonnaise Sandwiches


Sometimes, maybe, every now and then, we should ditch our regular meals (Kerala Sardine Curry, Salmon Pulao Rice & Dry Mee Siam) for a simply put together home style sandwich (Mint Mushroom Burger, Cheesy Bread Rolls & Butter Garlic Toast). I, let me tell you that, I am not a bread person. Not at all. No. Then again, when its crisis to time, and when I am really exhausted after a tiring working day, I don't mind any kind of food (Asian Green Pea Soup). After all, I am not a fussy eater, though, I do, let me tell you that, I have my favourites. Should be, because all of have our favourite food love (Chilli Chicken Black Peas). On this day, since my other half-half was back for dinner, which is seldom the case, usually, his dinner is outside, honestly, I was a little wary on what to cook. This Indian man loves his curries, typical Indian dishes (Cauliflower Curry & Chilli Mutton Potatoes), but once I realise that there is a load of bread, my food for dinner thought was automatically solved. Thank god, my man won't sulk over bread (Dried Prawn Paste Sandwich).

Eggs are also his food happiness, and eggs (Malaysian Egg Benedict, Egg Cheesy Bun, Egg Coconut Stew/Sodhi & Rosemary Egg Salad) are akin our faithful saviour, within less than half an hour, Asian Egg Mayonnaise Sandwiches were fixed up. Not a special, out of this moon or sky recipe, my point to sharing this recipe perhaps is also to let you know that, instead of paying more for a meal outside, we can cook within our budget with ingredients we have at home. Of course. And, if you make extra of this egg sandwich, your next day's work desk food is also cared for. Why not? Just make sure that egg filling is kept separately (Avocado Mint Dip), as well as you have sliced the cucumber and tomatoes, in the morning, set your alarm, maybe 10 minutes earlier, and fix this humble home made Asian Egg Mayonnaise Sandwich(s). Got to go everyone, take care, I will see you in the next post. Bye.

Ingredients (estimate -minus or plus as per taste)
3 hard boiled eggs - chop the whites and keep the yolks intact.
2 sprigs spring onion - chopped
2 shallots - chopped
1/2tbsp butter
1 tbsp mayonnaise
Crushed pepper and salt for taste
6 slices of bread - toasted (with or without the crust)
Cucumber slices - as needed
Tomato slices - as needed
Cheese slices - as needed
Method
Add the first six ingredients into a bowl.
With a fork, mix and stir all together.
Spread the egg mixture on the toast.
Top with cucumber, tomato and cheese.
Then another toast.
Optional: chilli sauce for spiciness.
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24 comments:

  1. O my Gosh the lovely presentation ever.. .. Lovely sandwiches happy weekend dear hope the water problem get resolved soon :-)

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  2. Yum yum ...I love them...

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  3. Very tempting and filling sandwich.

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  4. Water problem can drive one crazy, my my mum get so stressed when it gannets in our area..
    These sandwiches are perfect for my bro , will pass this recipe to him
    Keep in touch
    www.beingbeautifulandpretty.com

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  5. Yummy sandwich dear....this is the one I always prefer from university cafeteria..me too love spiciness :)

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  6. Tempting yummy sandwich. love it

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  7. Hi Nava, I love this, very appetizing. Beautiful presentation. Next time you can try add mash potatoes, very tasty.

    Have a nice weekend.

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  8. Guess what, Nava? I just made a tub of egg mayo today too! I make these every week, cause they're so convenient to eat. My hubby & son can help themselves to the egg mayo in the fridge anytime they feel hungry.

    I'm so sorry to learn of your water shortage. Feel so bless living in SG.

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  9. These sandwitches are my absolute favourite.. yummy .. Thanks fr sharing dear

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  10. Shiok! My favourite esp for breakfast!

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  11. Happy weekend with a lovely sandwich

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  12. I love this egg sandwiches, love the cream eggs in between a slightly toasted bread...yum!
    Have a lovely weekend Nava :D

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  13. Loved that creamy sandwich..Looks so delish.. Very well presented..

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  14. I can understand the situation of water pbm....which I came across earlier....hoping that it wub be solved soon....Yummy yummy sandwiches....love the way u presented....

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  15. I am going to try this one with whole wheat bread. Awesome click

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  16. perfect & simple sandwich (for waterless day ! )

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  17. Lovely variation of egg salad sandwich. How crappy the water shortage must have been but on the positive side, this eggcellent post was born!

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  18. What a delicious, creamy sandwich, it looks so mouthwatering :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  19. Its like water scarcity over there ?Or some problem with your water line ?Anyway its bit hectic i know .These sandwiches are a rain in a dry land right .Looks so good ,my hus likes a kick to his dish as well.

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  20. Water crisis, defenitely spoiles our normal life-tone. I, do pray that it gets resolved :) Egg sandwiches looks great :)

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  21. I love meal ideas like this one! The extra touch of chilli sauce will be a must for me. Sorry to hear about the water problem, I hope things gets better on your end. Have an awesome day! :)

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  22. I hope your water problem has been resolved. Despite that you are posting such a fabulous collection of recipes. I love such a hassle free kind of dish that does not compromise on flavours.

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  23. This looks quote tempting Nava... :)

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