Below are a few ingredients to make an absolutely delicious white fish sandwich.
- 1 slice of rye bread
- butter (European-style butter is easier to spread)
- 2-3 large spoonfuls of scrambled eggs
- 3-4 tomato wedges
- 1-2 large pieces of smoked white fish (smoked herring or mackerel are great options too)
- 1-2 teaspoons of black caviar
- 2-3 teaspoons of chopped green onions
- salt and pepper to taste
- Before adding a topping, spread butter onto a slice of rye bread. This protects the bread from moisture.
- Generously lay across the rye bread either 1-2 large pieces of smoked white fish (depending on size). You want to cover the bread with the smoked white fish. If need be, press gently down on the white fish to make sure the bread is covered with the white fish.
- Next we are creating 4 single diagonal rows to give the sandwich some flare and beautiful contrasting colors.
- First, carefully add scrambled eggs on top of the whitefish in a single row
- Second, add on top of the smoked white fish 1 to 2 spoonfuls of black caviar as a single row. The caviar needs to be next to the scrambled eggs
- Third, on the other side of the scrambled eggs add chopped green onions. This is the third row.
- The fourth row is the white fish which is already on the bread.
- On the side of the sandwich add fresh tomato wedges which gives another beautiful color and contrast.
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