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Pressed Picnic Meal Recipe
Get your covers and baskets out from the back of the cupboards and ready for Country wide Picnic Week. And go with back of stone island badge it we’ve identified a great tasty menu for the Pressed Eat outside Sandwich. All we need might be good weather!
Starting this Saturday (Eleventh June) National Eat outside Week aims to deliver people with the ideal opportunity to get together over a picnic with advice, ideas, recipes and information to make sure everything from the food as well as drink to the place and surroundings are usually spot on.
Picnicking is one of the UK’s most fun summer traditions, and it is a great way of making the most of any open spots in your local area over the milder months of the year.
If you are one of the many a lot of people thinking of picnicking this coming full week, or even any time throughout the summer (to be honest it may be just for a day out, and even at work for lunch) we have the first thing to include your basket; Your Pressed Picnic Sub Recipe.
It’s wonderfully tasty, big enough that it can be shared, and filled with ingredients, although like with many of the recipes many of us bring to you the range of ingredients can be tweaked to accommodate the individual people.
Pressed Picnic Sandwich Recipe
* 1 round loaves of bread. Sourdough is preferred below, but any crusty lf will work
* Pesto & mayonnaise
* Cheese, cut up
* Ham, sliced up
* Sun dried tomatoes, drained
Jarred red peppers
1. Slice the very best off your lf and scoop out your ‘flesh’, leaving about 1 inch of bread coating the crust.
2. Spread your pesto & mayo at the base of loaf and after that layer up your ingredients. Aim to covering contrasting colours next to each other to make the finished lf more attractive. Finish together with another ‘wet’ ingredient at the top (used here are your sundried tomatoes as whilst they were drained there were still quite a bit of essential oil on them).
3. Pop the actual lid back upon, wrap in cling film and place a baking sheet on top. Now you should press down on the particular loaf and then pounds the baking bed sheet with something heavy – a pack of books or a cat iron cookie sheet dish would both work.
4. If your kitchen is warm then it is best to do this from the fridge, however if your kitchen is cold enough you need not worry too much about it spoiling.
A few. Leave pressing for two for you to eight hours before squirreling aside in your picnic holder.
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