A winter classic all over the world and a great option for takeaway on the go or dine-in decadence. A simple soup and sandwich with a point of difference that will make sure your customers become regulars. Serve the soup in a coffee cup for an easy and safe takeaway offering. Our Mainland Natural Swiss Slices are a great option for fresh sandwiches as they pack a lot of flavour and are always great in winter with nice hot soup and a fresh crusty bread sandwich.
Smoked NZ salmon, swiss cheese, free-range egg, horseradish mayo on tiger bread with cauliflower blue cheese soup.
Smoked Salmon, Swiss Cheese & Egg Sandwich
- 100g hot smoked salmon
- 1 egg, hard-boiled and chopped
- 1 tbsp Italian parsley, chopped
- 1 tbsp chives, chopped
- 1/2 tsp grated horseradish
- 1 tbsp mayonnaise
- 1 slice Mainland Natural Swiss
- Cheese Slices
- 2 slices fresh tiger bread
In a small bowl mix horseradish, egg, herbs and bind with mayonaise.
Break up the salmon over one slice of tiger bread and evenly top with egg mix and swiss cheese.
Top with the other slice and serve alongside your soup.
Cauliflower & Blue Cheese Soup
- 1ea whole cauliflower, roughly diced
- 100g Mainland Unsalted Butter
- 1 tsp chopped thyme
- 3ea cloves of garlic
- 500ml Anchor fresh cream
- 300ml chicken stock White pepper
- Flake sea salt
- 30g Mainland Blue Cheese Rinds, crumbled on top
In a saucepan, sweat garlic thyme and cauliflower in butter.
Add chicken stock and simmer for 3 mins.
Add cream and cook on a low heat until the cauliflower is fully cooked and very soft.
Puree and season to taste.
To serve; top with crumbled blue cheese rinds and a drizzle of olive oil.
Mainland Natural Swiss Cheese Slices have a lovely mild, nutty and slightly sweet flavour that adds a new dimension to your favourite meals and sandwiches.
These quality natural cheese slices are perfectly portioned for your convenience to save you time in your busy kitchen; the twin clam shell pack with resealable lid means you have a minimal amount open to retain freshness and reduce wastage.View