Flat Bread Sandwiches

This week I have two great sandwiches for you using Flat Bread from Original Flat Bread Company.  You might be thinking a sandwich is just a sandwich, nothing special…. I’m about to show you two great fillings that will step your sandwiches up.  The flat bread as a “bread” for a sandwich is absolutely perfect due to its firm structure. You can fill it up with fillings grab the whole thing in one had and bite away.  No flimsy “bread” flopping around as you try and get it in to your mouth.

The two sandwiches I have for you are Tuna Smash and Egg Express.  Don’t you think giving a sandwich a “fancy name” makes it more than “just a sandwich”?

I used the wholemeal Flat Bread fresh and FILLED IT for Lunch

Flat Bread Sandwhiches

Tuna Smash

Tuna Smash

Tuna Smash

INGREDIENTS

2 Slices of Wholemeal Flat Bread from Original Flat Bread Company
1 Small Can of Tuna Chunks in spring water, drained
¼ Onion, diced finely
1 Tbs Whole Egg Mayo
Dry Parsley
Salt and Pepper
Shredded Lettuce

1. Simply smash the tuna, diced onion, mayo, dry parsley, salt and pepper together in a bowl. Place the mix onto one side of the Flat Bread, spreading out to the edges. Add some shredded lettuce and then top with another fresh Flat Bread.

Either cut in half or enjoy whole.

Flat Bread Sandwhiches

Egg Express

Egg Express

Egg Express

2 Eggs, boiled and shelled
1 Tbs Whole Egg Mayo
1 Tbs Curry Powder (less or more to suit your taste)
Baby Spinach Leaves

1. Simply mash the boiled eggs, mayo and curry powder in a bowl. Place the mix onto one side of the Flat Bread, spreading out to the edges. Add some baby spinach leaves and then top with another fresh Flat Bread.

Either cut in half or enjoy whole.

Flat Bread Sandwhiches

And there you have it, two wholesome sandwiches that will keep you going well into the afternoon.  The Flat Bread will still be nice and firm at lunchtime unlike traditional bread which will become slight moist with these kind of fillings.

Note: the Flat Bread’s are preservative free, this means they need to be refrigerated after the packet is opened and ideally used within 3 days. You can freeze the Flat Breads in a sealed bag to use later as well.

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THE WINNER IS DANIELLE with her answer to the question of what fancy name do you give to your sandwiches: 

At the moment we have Tiger Toasties & the kids tend to refer to theirs as Sanga’s.. All Class & Style around here :)
These look great.. Thanks for rekindling my interest in curry egg! :)

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Missed previous weeks recipes? Flat Bread Toad in a Hole, Flat Bread Mexican Veggie Mini Pizzas

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14 Responses to Flat Bread Sandwiches

  1. Elise (@mummyhearts) May 26, 2014 at 5:24 am #

    We have the garden special in our house, which basically means a salad sandwiche!

  2. Barbara May 26, 2014 at 5:57 am #

    ‘get in my belly’

  3. Merryl Donn May 26, 2014 at 6:16 am #

    Mummy’s Surprise! I have been known to make peanut butter and chilli sauce sandwiches, cucumber and barbeque sauce sandwiches, cheese and banana sandwiches … the list goes on. I use whatever I can find and nobody knows what they will find between their two slices of bread.

  4. Lozza May 26, 2014 at 12:46 pm #

    My favourite sandwich is Turkey, swish cheese and cranberry sauce with some lettuce and so every time I have someone over for lunch I ask them if they’d like Laurens bird & berry special 🙂

  5. Kate May 27, 2014 at 8:04 am #

    Mmmmm add some capers to the tuna sandwich and I am in love.

  6. Jasmine May 27, 2014 at 9:22 am #

    Dough Ray Me

  7. Lia May 27, 2014 at 10:38 am #

    Looks fabulous

  8. Heather May 27, 2014 at 5:54 pm #

    We have Sebel surprise sandwiches in our home. As every day it’s a surprise as to what’s in them and it makes making the lunches fun.

  9. Jemma Hansen May 28, 2014 at 3:30 pm #

    My oldest son likes pin-wheels where you flatten the bread, add you filling and then roll up like a pin -wheel. My youngest son likes deconstructed sandwiches with all the sandwich ingredients on a plate together.

  10. Karly May 28, 2014 at 6:41 pm #

    “BLT minus the lettuce” is a popular one in our house

  11. Mae ferrolino May 28, 2014 at 6:51 pm #

    Yum mhhhum…

  12. Ally B May 29, 2014 at 3:40 pm #

    Mmm, look delicious. I’ve been enjoying ‘fancy’ mufaletta sandwiches lately, but will have to try some of these. I’ve been seeing your pics on the ten minute eggs challenge – there are some good ideas in there!

  13. Danielle @ Several Kinds of Crazy May 30, 2014 at 7:32 pm #

    At the moment we have Tiger Toasties & the kids tend to refer to theirs as Sanga’s.. All Class & Style around here 🙂
    These look great.. Thanks for rekindling my interest in curry egg! 🙂

  14. sapna May 30, 2014 at 8:36 pm #

    Our sandwiches have different names depending upon which cartoon is my son’s favourite
    – some days it is poko sandwich, other days it will be superman sandwich ,spiderman sandwich or shaun the sheep ..he relates different fillings with different characters…

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