Tomato, Onion and Bean Sandwich Spread

I made this for my lunch today and it was so delicious I made a second batch! Guess I won’t need much supper!

  • Slice’n’dice 3-4 inches leek
  • Chop 2 medium-small tomatoes
  • Mash (with a fork) a generous handful of cooked soya beans
  • Mix all together with a little salt’n’pepper, a pinch of dried red chili, and a dollop of mayonnaise
  • Spread over 2 slices lightly buttered whole wheat toast
  • Eat immediately then make some more, using onion because you used all the leeks in the first batch!
Re Photo:  At least the plate and the leaves are in focus.  Clearly photographing food is a high art that I have yet to master! (And probably never will, seeing as it’s not high on my current list of priorities!  Open to collaborate with good food photographers – but that would kill a big part of the spontaneity of my food posts, most of which are written immediately after making something I really enjoy eating!)

 

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