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Prawn and Avocado Sandwich

May 1, 2013

Killer on the inside

A recent talent competition reminded me about why you should not judge people by first appearances.  I was amazed at the wonderful skills demonstrated by those you would have least have expected to do something incredible.  It is a sad judgemental world we live in, but I always become uplifted when people prove me and the world wrong.  There is nothing like a sandwich which reminds us of this important lesson.  I have eaten some pretty bad sandwiches from supermarkets which at first looked so appetising.  And although my prawn and avocado sandwich did not look uptown food chain worthy it tasted fantastic and vibrant.  It would have been a perfect afternoon if only I had a shot of rum.

This recipe was adapted from Asda Magazine (April 2013).

Prawn and Avocado

Ingredients:

2 slices of brown bread, margarine, avocado, lime juice, prawns, tomatoes, red chilli, coriander leaves.

Method:

1. Spread the margarine on one side of each of the slices.
2. Dice 1/2 an avocado and mix with a dash of lime juice.
3. Put the avocados and prawns into a small bowl.
4. Chop up a few tomatoes and mix into the bowl.
5.  Chop and remove the seeds of the red chilli and mix into the bowl with a handful of coriander leaves.
6. Toss the ingredients together and spoon some of the mixture in between the slices of bread.

Saffy’s Saving Tips:

1. Save the mixture for guacamole.
2. Add some salmon and tuna to make a fresh fish salad.
3. Mix with cooked wholemeal pasta to make a fresh pasta salad.

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