It has long been known that goat’s cheese and sundried tomatoes is a match made in heaven. Since I’ve been on a diet I miss this sandwich dearly. It’s hard to resist the creaminess of the goat’s cheese, tanginess of the tomato and crunchiness of the nuts. Yes, this sandwich has got a lot of “ness” in it. Sometimes in a state of a hunger emergency I dashed to the fridge, scurried over to the chopping board and put this sandwich together in three minutes flat. Funny thing is though; this sandwich is just as satisfying as a meal that takes me two hours to prepare.
Goat’s Cheese, Sundried Tomato & Walnut Sandwich
Preparation: 5 mins – Cooking: None
- 30g (1 oz) sundried tomatoes, finely chopped
- 60g (2 oz) soft goat’s cheese
- 15ml (1 tbsp) chopped fresh basil (optional)
- 5 walnuts, chopped
- 15ml (1 tbsp) olive oil, if needed
- Place the sundried tomatoes and basil (if using) in a bowl with the goat’s cheese and stir to mix.
- If you find the mixture a bit too stiff add the tablespoon of olive oil.
- Lastly, add the nuts to the filling, mix thoroughly.
- Make you sandwich using this filling and enjoy.
- Look for sundried tomatoes found preserved in jars of olive oil. They are so much better than the ones found dried out in packets.
- If you like sundried tomatoes, by all means top the filling up with them. Chop and change the quantities of these ingredients to your desire.