Almost every culture in the world has one common breakfast dish and it is his majesty sandwich. However, this top breakfast option can be very different in each country. Today we offer you to try three new and unexpected sandwich recipes. Katsu Sando, Smørrebrød, Pambazo are just three of a thousand different recipes of sandwiches around the world. Let’s make a little gastronomic trip without leaving the home.
Danish Sandwiches At Restaurants
In Scandinavia, the most popular type of sandwiches are so-called open sandwiches with dark rye bread. Although, the origin of these sandwiches is associated with the food of poor workers, today these sandwiches are included in the menu of the most luxurious restaurants. The Danish Smørrebrød is so popular that even specialized restaurants are established, and these places can offer hundreds of different variations of Smørrebrød. The cultural tip: these sandwiches should not be eaten by hand while walking on the street in Denmark because they are only eaten from plates and using tools.
Here is one very simple recipe to make the fanciest Danish sandwich. For four sandwiches you are going to need: 4 ground beef; 4 slices of rye bread; 2 pickled beets; 4 quail eggs; 2 pickles or pickles; 4 tbsp. spoon garlic sauce; a sliver of olive oil; salt and freshly ground pepper to taste; 2 tbsp. of butter.
Bread And Milk In Japan
One of the most famous sandwiches in Japan is Katsu Sando. Katsu is made of pieces of fried meat that is seasoned with sauce, crispy cabbage and eaten with milky bread called Shokupan. The Japanese love sandwiches with very light and fluffy bread, as a result, the culture of sandwiches there is completely different. Light wheat products with a light crust, sweet milk taste and light texture are the main qualities that are valued in the Far East.
Would you like to make one Katsu sandwich? Then you need: half of small white cabbage; 4 pieces of pork neck meat; 8 slices of fluffy sandwich bread; pinch of salt; pepper; 2 tablespoons flour; 150 g of ground breadcrumbs; 1-2 eggs; 1 cup olive oil; 3-4 teaspoons spoon of mustard; 3-4 spoon of mayonnaise; 4 tbsp. of butter. To get an authentic taste, do not forget to make Tonkatsu sauce. You will need: 1-2 spoons of tomato sauce; 2 tbsp. of Worcester sauce; 1 tbsp. of soy sauce; 1 tbsp. of apple cider vinegar; 1 tbsp. of brown sugar or honey; half teaspoon. of mustard; a pinch of garlic; ginger powder.
Giant Mexican Sandwiches
The most popular option of sandwiches in the capital city Mexico is Pambazo. It is served on loose bread that does not have a crispy crust. Pambazo is a Mexican light bread that contains greasy ingredients and eggs, that give it a soft and light texture. Pambazo can be up to 16 cm long, so this sandwich could really be called one of the largest.
To make this Mexican sandwich at home you need: 4 tbsp. of barbecue sauce; 4 burger buns; 2 tbsp. of olive oil; 4 tbsp. of crushed feta; 4 tbsp. of mayonnaise; 4 lettuce leaves; a pinch of ground sweet peppers; 3-4 teaspoons of tomato sauce; salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste; 2 medium-sized boiled potatoes; 4 tbsp. spoon bean chili sauce; 2 tablespoons canned corn; lime juice.