Kewpie Shows You How to Turn Your Salad Into a Delicious Sandwich
Salad sando, anyone?
Kewpie Corporation has recently shared a recipe called Salad sando, a sandwich that’s like a salad using fresh vegetables. Salad sando isn’t just pretty to look at, it’s also very nutritious because of its fresh ingredients. A lot of people grew curious about it since actor Masaharu Fukuyama appeared on TV showing the sandwich as a salad that you eat with one hand.
Definitely Instagrammable! Make, see, eat and have fun with salad sando.
While opportunities to eat at home are increasing since consuming indoors has increased due to the coronavirus, there are many families that want to prepare meals that are balanced in nutrition. In fact, the Totteoki Recipe on the Kewpie Japanese website raced up views in April twice as much compared to late February. We suppose there’s an increased interest in creating delicious but healthy meals for the family especially during this time.
We recommend the salad sando, which is full of nutrition. You can have fun making your own combinations, too. If you get creative in cutting, laying out the ingredients according to colors, a beautiful image will appear when you cut it. We definitely think it’s worthy of an Instagram post. So what are you waiting for? Let’s have a salad sando for breakfast and lunch to boost our nutrition balance and immune strength, and fulfill home meals!
Spring cabbage and boiled egg salad sando
Let’s start with a simple one
The Tomato and tuna salad sando uses bright red tomatoes that will be in season soon. To finish neatly, cut the tomatoes into wedges and place them upside down.
What you'll need (for two servings):
- Sliced bread (whole-grain), 4 slices (8-slice bread)
- Tomato, 2 pieces (330g)
- Fresh onions, 10g
- Broccoli sprout, 30g
- Tuna (canned), 1 can (70g)
- Black pepper, dash
- Kewpie Half, 1 and 1/2 tablespoons, 2 teaspoons, for drawing lines
What you need to do:
- Cut the tomatoes into 8 wedges and sprinkle with black pepper.
- Chop fresh onions.
- Put chopped onions and drained tuna in a bowl, mix with Kewpie Half 1 and 1/2 tablespoons, and sprinkle with black pepper.
- Put the tuna mixture on 1 slice of bread and draw a line with Kewpie Half 1 teaspoon. Add 1 on the skin side alternately, and draw a line with Kewpie Half 1 teaspoon.
- Lay broccoli sprouts with the roots cut off, add a line with Kewpie Half 1 teaspoon, spread Kewpie Half 1 teaspoon on the inside of the other slice of bread, and sandwich them.
- Make another one in the same way.
Pay attention to the way you cut and lay them to get the desired look.
Provided by Japan WalkerTM, WalkerplusTM, and Tokyo WalkerTM (22 May 2020)