Avocado Veggie Sandwich

Vegetarian sandwich with avocado peppers cucumber tomatoes and sprouts

Avocado is truly the king of veggie sandwich recipes.  It is easy and outrageously delicious.  There are quite a few variations of this sandwich that I have sampled in different  natural foods cafe’s while on my travels.   I have made these for guests on many occasions and it always goes over in a very big way.   This is a fairly simple sandwich to make.  It starts with layering a whole wheat bread slice with a seasoned avocado spread.. then is topped with layers of cucumbers, green pepper, and tomatoes, monterey jack cheese and alfalfa sprouts… all on whole wheat bread. It’s totally outrageous!

-Curt

 

Whole wheat bread
Cucumbers (peeled & sliced)
Tomatoes (sliced)
Green and /or red peppers
Alfalfa Sprouts
Sliced Monterey Jack Cheese – (or vegan cheese)

 

PREPARE:  Scoop out avocado and mash in a bowl till smooth.  Season with garlic salt and chopped green onion to taste. Slice remaining veggies and cheese and set aside for the construction of sandwiches.
FINISH:  Layer a slice of whole wheat bread with avocado spread… then simply layer remaining veggies & cheese on whatever order captures your imagination.  Top with sprouts and last layer of bread and cut diagonally.  Pierce with a toothpick and serve!
OPTIONAL:  Spread a bit of low-fat mayo on top layer of bread. (watch out for the fat!)

 

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5 Responses to Avocado Veggie Sandwich

  1. [...] more vegetables when they are already sliced and ready to eat.  And making a yummy sandwich like Curt’s Avocado Veggie Sandwich couldn’t be easier when the veggies are already [...]

  2. Yum. Veggie sandwiches are my favorite. Your photo makes your’s look super yummy.

  3. I LOVE all things avocado!! I know our readers would love to see this post. Your pictures are gorgeous.

  4. EMily says:

    Thanks for linking this yummminess up to Tasteful Tuesdays! I was hoping to include this in my sandwich roundup, but didn’t see a link back. If I am mistaken, please let me know and I will add it in! Can’t wait to see what you bring to the party this week!
    Emily@nap-timecreations.com

  5. I would love for you to share this on my Meatless Monday link up. This recipe will work perfectly for my 2 little ones who have PKU and a restricted diet- I’d just use Daiya cheese and their special bread. Thanks for sharing!
    http://www.littlestsweetpea.com/2013/04/meatless-meals-link-up-1.html

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