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    Crispy Bacon Sandwich with Tomato and Coriander Salad

    A convenient and delicious sandwich snack that is simple to prepare and takes only minutes to cook. Serve as a brunch or late night snack.

    • Preparation time: 10 minutes
    • Cooking time: 6 minutes
    • Total time: 16 minutes 20 minutes

    Serves: 3


    • 1 pack Waitrose Unsmoked Rindless Back British Bacon The salsa
    • The salsa
    • 10-12 Waitrose Organic Cherry Tomatoes, quartered
    • 1tbsp - 2tbsp fresh coriander, stalks removed
    • 4tsp Waitrose Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    • 1 heaped tsp parmesan cheese
    • Salt
    • Freshly ground black pepper
    • The sandwich
    • 1 loaf of sunflower seed and honey bread, halved, sliced lengthways
    • Butter to spread
    • 1 x 200g pack Florette Crispy Salad


    1. Place the bacon under a preheated medium grill and, turning occasionally, cook for 4-6 minutes or until crisp and thoroughly cooked.
    2. To make the salsa add all the ingredients into a food processor and process briefly so the ingredients are well mixed but still chunky. Alternatively finely chop the salsa ingredients with a sharp knife and mix well.
    3. Butter both slices of bread and top one slice with a large handful of salad leaves. Add 3 or 4 slices of the bacon and top with the salsa. Place the bread slices together and serve immediately.

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    Alternatively make a salsa of avocado, red onion and cherry tomatoes as above or a coriander pesto topped with shavings of parmesan. Try sprinkling crispy bacon pieces on to a fresh salad or adding to omelettes, scrambled eggs, frittatas or pasta dishes. For a variety of different flavours use hickory smoked, traditionally smoked, maple or dry cure bacon.


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