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Thread: Primal Sandwich! Eggplant, Salmon and Sardines

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    Primal Sandwich! Eggplant, Salmon and Sardines

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    Eggplant, Salmon, Sardines and Goat Cheese Sandwich

    Eggplant, the "bread"
    -Slice about half inch thick, salt, let sit 30-45 min, pat dry
    -Dip in egg wash
    -Pan fry in butter, turning once, about 5 minutes total

    Salmon, Sardines and Goat Cheese filling:
    -One can boneless salmon (or fresh if you want)
    -One can boneless, skinless sardines (I used non-flavored sardines)
    -2 oz. goat cheese (I used a peppered cheese)
    -2 stalks celery, chopped fairly thin
    -1/2 a small onion, finely chopped
    -1 to 2 T. of fresh chopped parsley
    -Couple of robust squeezes of lemon juice
    -Salt, pepper, herbs de provence to taste

    This should serve two people very well. As for myself, I had it for dinner and the leftovers are my lunch tomorrow.

    (sorry for the gigantic photo, my normal resizing route seems to be fubar)

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    That would totally hit the spot right now!
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    I almost wanna dig into my leftovers. But I'm showing restraint. I am showing restraint. I *am* showing restraint.
    Because if you didn't know, of that is life made: only of moments; Don't lose the now.
    ~Borges

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    I am making that as soon as I can get to the farmers market for some fresh eggplant. I love the stuff but have been at a loss of how to make it it if not breaded. That looks so good!

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    ohhh soooo good looking
    I LURVE fried eggplant
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    I'm drooling. Is the eggplant stiff enough to be eaten with hands, or is it better with a fork and knife?

    Regardless, adding eggplant to my grocery list!

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    It's firm enough to eat with your hands but you definitely need both hands. My eggplants were smaller than I normally buy, probably 3-4 inch diameter but it was perfect for the sandwich.
    Because if you didn't know, of that is life made: only of moments; Don't lose the now.
    ~Borges

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    That looks amazing! Must try. Should be a good use for the tin of sardines I bought but haven't worked up the guts to open yet (though I do recall my Dad regularly eating sardine & onion sandwiches as a kid...we used to eat the sardines then but haven't for probably 30+ years).

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    Greensprout- the sardines were really very mild with everything mixed in. Don't be afraid! =)
    Because if you didn't know, of that is life made: only of moments; Don't lose the now.
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    Yummy... gonna try that!! I'll omit the sardines for hubby but I love sardines

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