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Linseed sandwiches

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Most of the time I make these sandwiches in summer, but... I just can't wait so long.
These sandwiches are very simple. They can be made in 10-15 minutes and it requires just a few products.

P.S. They are really healthy

Step 1: Ingredients

Ingredients:
  • linseeds (500g or less);
  • 1 or 2 garlic pieces;
  • a pinch of salt;
  • herbal spices (aren't necessary, but they give extra taste.);
  • bread (you can use any bread you want);
  • mayonnaise.

Step 2: Cooking

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Cooking is very simple. First of all, take a pan which will be big enough. Then heat it up till it gets really hot. After this, pour all seeds in the pan and cook for a few minutes.

Now it's time to squeeze the garlic, pour a pinch of salt and spices. Cook for another few minutes, but reduce a heat to avoid burning linseeds.

After you cooked the seeds, wait till they gets cold.

P.S. You don't need to use oil, because linseeds have OMEGA3 oil which is really healthy and useful for your organism.

Step 3: Making

When cooked linseeds get cold, you can make sandwiches. So take a bread and slice it. After that take a butter knife and grease bread slices with mayonnaise. When you have done that, just put bread slices with mayonnaise facing down, in to the bowl with seeds. They will stick to the greased bread. And that's it!

P.S. It's even more tasty if you eat them with pickles or tomatoes.
P.P.S You can try to add sesame seeds for a different taste.

Bon appetite!
 
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shirry berken8 months ago
what the heal are you making its virry hoorble sorry about that
DOT. (author)  shirry berken8 months ago

Maybe it looks not very delicious, because of dark photos. But I can assure you, that is really tasty. Everybody liked it and wanted for more. You should try it.

bptakoma8 months ago

Just a note -- in the states we call the linseed that we eat flax or flax seed. It's the same plant and seed, but we distinguish the industrial use as linseed and the consumable as flax seed.

DOT. (author)  bptakoma8 months ago

Thanks for the info :) I'll have that in mind next time.