I bet you’re glad to be back at work after the summer holidays. (No, me neither.) Even though it’s back to the grind, your family’s lunches don’t have to be the same old, boring sandwiches. One of my colleagues has a cheese and ham roll every day, and I’m determined to jazz-up lunchtimes a bit more imaginatively than that! We’ve given sandwiches a makeover on p31 to get you out of that lunchtime rut. Plus, to help you ease back into your routine, we have plenty of smart ideas for freezer fillers; stuff you can whip out of the cold and into the hot to save you time and energy. Have a great September.
Take this to work… Smoked salmon club sandwich
In a small bowl, mix together 1½ tbsp light mayonnaise, zest and juice of ½ lemon zest and some seasoning. Toast 3 slices of wholemeal bread, then spread 2 slices with the lemon mayo. Thinly slice 2 radishes and ½ avocado° / « Ì i wÀÃÌ slice of toast with radishes and avocado, then top with the ÃiV ` Ã Vi] v Üi` LÞ y> iÃ from 1 hot-smoked salmon ƂNNGV and a bit of rocket. Top with the remaining slice of toast and secure with cocktail sticks, if you like. Halve the sandwich and serve with the remaining rocket on the side. Serves 1.
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