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A Small Raft

Cooked small raft

Time to cook: 30 minutes

Total Servings: 3

Nutritional Value

While it's not like Loza's, "woven out of songs and dreams," it's also "not too bad.". The idea for the sandwich was honestly stolen from a TV show, creatively reworked (although the changes in the recipe just screamed out) and commercially tested at our apartment. What's good about this sandwich? Besides the taste (and it's very good) it has tactile sensations: the crispy "sides" and "bottom" of the raft and the soft and tender "cargo. Other advantages include the undemanding nature of the ingredients (you can replace some of them - I'll tell you about that in a minute), simplicity and frugality. You can save time if you prepare the ingredients in the evening and in the morning - just assemble the "raft" and bake - while it is baking - wash your face and tidy up. The recipe is based on the assumption that 2 sandwiches are enough for an adult... so the quantity is approximate - use your own taste... remember: the recipe is not a dogma, it's an instruction for action.

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Ingredients for the little raft:


  • Toast (Toast Bread) - 6 pcs
  • Mayonnaise - 3 tablespoon
  • Hard cheese - 50 g
  • Mozzarella - 50 g
  • Bacon - 20 g
  • Tomato - 1 pc

How to cook a small raft step by step with photos


So... take toast bread.

Carefully cut the crust from 4 sides (the scraps will be used to make the "rims" of the raft).

Grate the cheese (I usually use 2 kinds - mozzarella and hard type of "Russian", but you can use whatever you like).

We begin to "build" the raft. We take a slice of bread, smear it with mayonnaise. Not too economical, but not too fanatical. I'm actually against using mayonnaise in baking, but in this case its use is 100% justified - in addition to flavor load it helps keep the shape of the "raft" before placing the sandwich in the oven and, disintegrating during cooking, moistens the "bottom" of the raft.

Form "rims" from scraps of crusts,

We put the cut part of it down on the edges of the "bottom". The parts protruding beyond the boundaries of the "raft" are ruthlessly torn off

On the bottom (smeared with mayonnaise) we put bacon (you can put it in two layers so that it will fit in the frame)... If you have no bacon you can put some chopped bologna - it's a good result too.

Then put a slice of fresh tomato... in the winter you can replace the tomato with a piece of pickle (I tried pickled one - not good).

And, finally, a small hill of grated cheese.

We put it in the oven heated to 200 degrees for 15-20 minutes. We need the cheese to melt and the "sides" and "bottom" to dry. Let's go get cleaned up

I hope this breakfast will get you through dinner

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
Calories
1053.5 Calories
Protein
40.1 g
Fat
61.4 g
Carbohydrates
90.8 g
Per Serving:
Calories
351.2 Calories
Protein
13.4 g
Fat
20.5 g
Carbohydrates
30.3 g
100g:
Calories
224.1 Calories
Protein
8.5 g
Fat
13.1 g
Carbohydrates
19.3 g

Tomato, Hard Cheese, Mayonnaise, Smoked, Cheese, Bacon, Mozzarella, Snacks, Sandwiches, Open Sandwich

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