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Sunday, January 3, 2010


Went to my friend's house for Christmas cum New Year celebration.
There's good food, drinks and great company involved.
Had great fun keeping up with everyone but things are not so great for my hepatocytes though. But you gotta let loose for New Year right?

Anyway speaking of food, I brought some finger sandwiches for the party.
And guess what? It's a hit! *proud*
I felt like so aunty kept on repeating my recipe for the whole night but hey as long as I'm not sending people to the loo I'm not complaining =D
And for the purpose of sharing and keeping record of MY recipe *cough*, I'm gonna post them up here. I know you're dying to know it anyway. Haha.

Finger Sandwich recipe:
  • 1 can of Tuna in water (drained)
  • 1 packet of Crab stick (boiled and shredded)
  • 4 Hard boiled eggs
  • 1 Cucumber
  • 1 Carrot
  • 2 Green Pear
  • 1 Red Apple
  • 1 Lime
  • Few dollop of Mayonnaise 
  • Salt and Pepper to taste.
  • Italian spices (optional)
  • Bread (toasted)
  1. Finely diced the cucumber, carrot, pear, apple and the egg WHITE and mix them. This is the only painstaking things to do through out the process I promise. Cause you got to make sure you diced them as finely as you possibly could (e.g. 1mm cube for example wtf) cause you don't want your sandwich filling to be clumpy.
  2. Mix the egg YOLK, mayonnaise and lime juice together till it smooth and creamy.
  3. Flaked the tuna and mix it with the shredded crab stick. Make sure you've drained the water or your sandwich will turnout soggy and disgusting. Not good.
  4. Mix 1+2+3+salt+pepper into one big happy family. And spread it on your toasted bread. You can use non toasted bread if you serve it immediately but I had to use toasted bread cause I don't want my sandwich to become soggy during dinner.
  5. Cut the crust or don't cut up to you I think it is just for the matter of presentation anyway, divide the sandwich into 4 and voila you have your finger sandwich!
Makes A LOT. I ended up using 1 jumbo Gardenia + 2 normal wholewheat bread and still have extra filling. Which of course gladly nom up by yours truly.

You know I can't help it but to feel like Martha Stewart when posting this recipe up but in a non-professional way. LOL

If you're trying out this recipe tell me how you did will you?

7 Diagnosis Made:

carol said...

i want to try it this weekend.. :D

Gisya19 said...

look tasty la ur sandwich. nyum *drool*

ah^kam_koko' said...

Awesome recipe!
I cant wait to try it myself!

MySweetKitchenTreats said...

Hi Connie.. wow! That recipe sounds great! :) Never thought of adding crabsticks, pear and apple in a tuna sandwich.. really is a smart combination. I'm sure its yummy..Can't wait to try it myself..ha!

Btw, all the best in your studies. :) Which year r u in now?


CoNnie said...

@carol: tell me how you did!

@Gisya19: it is tasty ceh *proud*

@ah^kam_koko': try it!

@MySweetKitchenTreats: Thanks! eh you privatize your blog d kah? Huhu kenot see yummy cake d T^T

BTW, I'll be entering 3rd year soon=D

MySweetKitchenTreats said...

I need your email add to add u. Email me.
Clinical year heh.. Good Luck :)

nurul khairunie said...

eee sedap!
remember when back in our school days ur mom's salad mesti jadi hit when there's party or something. and i know this sandwich of urs pun sedap. instead of trying the recipe, saya mau makan yang ko buat. hiihi~