Ciabatta sandwiches

Sometimes, I don’t have time to make homemade bread. Not too often, but it still happens. Is it because of many obligations of badly planned time .. I don’t know. Reasons are many but none of them will change the fact that I need bread at that moment.

I will always rather eat homemade bread, but when it comes to choosing between purchasing, I definitely prefer Schär Ciabatta. Because of such situations, I like to have one package in stock, just in case. Unlike other purchasing breads which are generally dry, not too soft and with some special taste, Ciabatta is soft, sweet and somehow melts in the mouth. It is half-baked pastry, so you will need to bake it for about ten minutes at 200ºC. In my opinion, this is just an advantage, because if you need it, you can always have a fresh, hot bread in ten minutes.

There are four small breads in the package, which is enough for lunch for two people. While you are baking ciabatta in the oven, cut the white meat into cubes and fry on a butter and olive oil. White meat is baked quickly, approximately 15 minutes. I made two different sandwiches for everyone. In one I put a basil cream, white chicken meat, and rocket, and in the other, I combined white meat with almond butter and mozzarella cheese. Another good thing about this recipe is that it can also be made in a meatless variant, so if you are not a meat lover, simply forget about putting it.

The basil cream is a real refreshment. My advice is to make it exclusively from fresh basil leaves. You will need 10g of fresh basil, 60g cream cheese, 20g of parmesan cheese and a spoon of olive oil. Mix all the ingredients together in a blender, chopper or a stick mixer depending on what you have.

Mozzarella is never enough in my menu, so I suggest for the salad to mix it with avocado and cherry tomatoes. Add a drop of sesame oil, and a pinch of sea salt and lunch can begin.

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