My Special Sandwich

The naan I showed yesterday can be eaten many ways but this is the way I like to eat it.  I don't like big meaty sandwiches.  I actually prefer vegetarian ones and naan is the perfect bread to use when making them.
 I begin by spreading some cheese spread on the naan.  I used a feta spread but you can use anything you like.

 I added butter lettuce from last weeks farm share box and a bit of arugula.

 Then some thinly sliced Leyden cheese which gives this sandwich a wonderful flavor.

 I added some shaved watermelon radish, also from my CSA and some shaved onion.  I grated some Robusto Uniekaas cheese on it too.  Use your favorite cheese. If you aren't a cheese adventurer, use cheddar.

 I sprinkled a bit of balsamic vinaigrette over it.

 Then I added pea shoots.

 Roll it tightly.

 It's a very fresh and tasty sandwich.  This one sandwich lasted me three days.

Comments

That is one nice sammich!
Laurie M said…
looks wonderful, I love cheese and I've never had this one,
sandra said…
Yummy sandwitch ;] ! can you tell us what that naan bread tastes like??? does it store well???
I will read older post again to see if you already answered these question :}.
sandra said…
forget about my questions cause you did in fact already answer them,lol ;].
That one looks nice! I would have tried it today if I had had those things to put on it. I'll make a more meaty one instead, I think I'll have ham, bell pepper, a white mold cheese, can't figure out what kind it is really :-) It isn't either brie or camembert. and then I'll have a few slices withMaasdamer cheese too.

Have a great day!
Christer.
DeniseinVA said…
I love the look of this sandwich. I also love naan bread and will have a go at making this. Thank you for all the delicious recipes :)
Guillaume said…
Funny, I usually prefer meaty sandwiches, except in Montreal, where the best are from veggie places.
Kay said…
Oh yes, yes, yes! This looks absolutely scrumptious!!!
TARYTERRE said…
Looks interesting. I can taste the crunch. YUM.
Great recipe for Gyro meat, too. Gosh. I wish I had some chevon (sp?). And some lamb. Didn't know you could make it yourself. I envisioned one of those vertical roasters, etc. Thanks so much.
Barb said…
Looks delicious!
Very delicious and healthy looking.
However..I would probably eat just the bread, knowing me! :(