Mediterranean Loaded Veggie Sandwich

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Mediterranean Loaded Veggie Sandwich

Mediterranean Loaded Veggie Sandwich

Easy. Delicious.

‘Nuff said.


A bit hard to eat, but worth it.
-Easiest to make with this kale pesto white bean dip on hand.
-Toothpick optional, but it does help (at least for a photo).
Pea shoots. Try ’em.

Mediterranean Loaded Veggie Sandwich
Serves: 1 sandwich
What You Need
  • ¼ cup kale pesto white bean dip
  • ¼ red onion
  • 1 carrot
  • ½ cup pea shoots
  • 2 pieces whole grain bread
  • 2 tablespoons feta cheese crumbles
What To Do
  1. Make the kale pesto white bean dip.
  2. Thinly slice the red onion. Peel and shred the carrot (this tool is perfect for the job).
  3. Spread one slice of bread with the white bean dip. Add the red onion slices, shredded carrot, feta crumbles, and pea shoots. Top with the second slice of bread.



24 Comments on “Mediterranean Loaded Veggie Sandwich”

  1. Joy

    Whoa! That picture makes me want that sandwich right now!

    I love sandwiches that are hard to eat. Makes it more fun. :)

    1. Sonja

      Thanks, Kasey! I had a wonderful time and am now excited to get back to making lunches like these…though the food in SE Asia was amazing!

  2. Katherines Corner

    it never fails, every time I visit your wonderful blog I drool a little. This sandwich reminds me of when I lived in turkey . I would love it if you would share this post at the Thursday hop ( its still open) xo

  3. Tammy

    For the carrot, you say this tool will be good for this…was there suppose to be a link? I would like to know how you shredded the carrots. Thanks!

  4. Courtney Jones

    This sandwich looks amazing! Cannot wait to make it for lunch sometime this week.

    PS. Glad you are home safe + sound Sonja and that you had a wonderful adventure in Cambodia.

  5. Wes

    You should call these inception sandwiches. A recipe that links to a prior recipe for an element, which also links to a prior recipe for an element.

  6. Iryna

    100% Mediterranean. I’ve tried this at the bakery Lehamim in Tel Aviv. The same sandwich design and absolutely tasty. The stick was longer and comfortable.

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