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Fancy Vegan Crisp Sandwich (it’s British Sandwich Week)

Avocado and Prawn Cocktail Crisp Sandwich

 

Prawn Cocktail Crisps

Crisp sandwiches are a very important part of English culture, far as I’m concerned. Just like chip butties. We just like putting potatoes inside bread, I guess. The Cornish have pasties, we have crisp sandwiches. I was reminded of them recently when my friend bought a cheese and onion sandwich and some prawn cocktail crisps and brought them together to create something truly beautiful.

Vegan Crisp Sandwich

Prawn cocktail is 100% my favourite flavour (of Walkers, just to be clear) and they also happen to be accidentally vegan, so I figured it was time for another plant based (if you can call something with crisps in plant based) recipe.

Fancy Vegan Crisp Sandwich

Serves 1

2 slices crappy white bread
little bit of plant based spread
1 avocado
1/2 a red onion, chopped as fine as you can manage
salt and pepper
lemon juice
about 3/4 of a packet of prawn cocktail crisps

  1. Mash together the avocado, seasoning and red onion, and spread it onto one side of your bread.
  2. Vegan butter the other side, then top the avo with crisps and do a sandwich.
  3. Squash it right down so you get the happy making crunchy noise.

Vegan Crisp Sandwich

I need you to tell me what your favourite sandwich is. Urgently. Please do so in the comments. Love you bye x

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2 Comments

  1. When I was in primary school my mum just gave me buttered bread and I stuck plain hula hoops on there… The only time I ever ate crisp sandwiches. I’m really not a fan now. I like a good egg mayo and salad (though that’s obviously not vegan friendly…)

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