Tricky Russian Sandwiches

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There is one sacred rule in cooking: to make a delicious and healthy dish you need to cook it with good spirits on. And one more thing that is never too many. This is creativity and if you add several spoons of that to your recipe it won’t do any harm at all.

Today we have a few sandwiches which will definitely set you up just by the first look. All the ingredients are rather easy to get from almost any of nearby groceries and any one of you can bring such tricky-looking sandwiches to life for sure. The price for the efforts made is an endless stream of positive emotions of your friends.

So, here they are:

vino

Grapes:

1 slice of bread
1 slice of cheese
Some of canned green peas
A bit of parsley
Butter and mayo

zhel

Acorns:

1 slice of bread
1 slice of cheese
3 black olives
3 green olives
A bit of parsley
Lettuce
Mayo

guse

Bug and grub:

1 slice of bread
1 slice of cheese
1 black olive
Lettuce
1 cherry tomato
Some of canned green peas
A bit of parsley
1 boiled quail egg (if you do not have one you can get some usual, chicken eggs)
1 piece of sweet pepper
4 fish eggs (red caviar)
Butter and mayo

korz

Tomato hamper:

1 slice of bread
1 slice of cheese
4 cherry tomato
12 salt sticks
Some of sprouting onion (to make a hamper itself)
Butter and mayo

mouse

Mice and cheese:

1 slice of bread
1 slice of orange cheese
1 slice of any holey cheese
Lettuce
4 fish eggs (red caviar)
1 piece of sweet pepper
1 boiled quail egg (if you do not have one you can get some usual, chicken eggs)
1 slice of sausage (bologna usually)
Butter and mayo

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10 thoughts on “Tricky Russian Sandwiches”

  1. Pure garbage. Only decent sandwitch is 1 fat piece of gryboi bread, 1 heavy slice of butter, 2 good, pieces of white cheese, then several cut kolbasov on top. Multiply this with 5 + some black tea any you have a decent breakfast.

    Anything else is garbage (except fried eggs with cut pieces of koblasy in them).

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