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Sandwich Recipes: Sandwich with Baba Ganoush and Alfalfa Sprouts

Updated on August 8, 2016
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Lena Kovadlo is a writer for various content sharing websites. She's an author of 9 books and helps other authors publish their books.

Baba Ganoush is a mashed eggplant dish that is made with olive oil, mayonnaise, garlic, salt and spices. Depending on who makes the dish there can be other ingredients added to the recipe.

Baba Ganoush is delicious used as a dip but it is also great when used in sandwiches. Here is one sandwich recipe that makes use of baba ganoush. You are going to love it! It is a healthy sandwich and tastes great too!

I just came up with it the other day and after trying it I am hooked. It is certainly a different sandwich than what I am used to eating and that's good because eating the same thing all the time can get a bit boring and unenjoyable.

5 stars from 3 ratings of Sandwich with Baba Ganoush and Alfalfa Sprouts

Sandwich with Baba Ganoush and Alfalfa Sprouts

Sandwich with Baba Ganoush and Alfalfa Sprouts
Sandwich with Baba Ganoush and Alfalfa Sprouts

Ingredients

  • Pumpernickel Rye Bread
  • Baba Ganoush
  • Alfalfa Sprouts
  • Salami
  • Fresh Basil
  • Orange Grape Tomatoes

Instructions

  1. Take two pieces of pumpernickel rye bread and toast them.
  2. Spread Baba Ganoush on the toasted bread.
  3. Add a few fresh leaves of Basil, a few slices of salami and a handful of alfalfa sprouts.
  4. Wash some orange grape tomatoes and add them on the side with the sandwich.

This sandwich will go great with turkey breast, ham, or fried Mortadella instead of salami. You can even leave out the deli meats altogether and just have yourself a vegetarian sandwich. There are so many variations of this sandwich that you can make. The possibilities are endless. Just be creative.

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      Lena Kovadlo 4 years ago from Staten Island, NY

      Thank you for the feedback Mhatter99. It is really great on rye bread and in a sandwich. Ever since I tried it this way I just can't get enough.

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      Lena Kovadlo 4 years ago from Staten Island, NY

      Thank you Regis. Interesting term you used - "concoctions". Haha

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      rauffray 4 years ago from BC, Canada

      Seems like another one of your fine "concoctions," Lena. Thank you.

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      Martin Kloess 4 years ago from San Francisco

      Of course! Why should I have stopped at just baba ganoush? I like it on toasted rye. Thanks again.

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