Meet my Favorite Summer Vegetable Sandwich – it’s nothing short of simplicity and deliciousness!
I love summer with its abundance of tomatoes, cucumbers & avocados. I can’t think of another way to to enjoy them all at once other than adding a little red onion, fresh sprouts, slather of hummus (or vegan mayo) and sprinkle of mineral salt and fresh cracked pepper.
A vegan sandwich that I deem my ‘favorite’, it’s loaded with flavor and juiciness. It’s a classic vegetable sandwich that I’ve come back to many times over the years.
This favorite summer vegetable sandwich is nothing short of wonderful, and I think you’re going to love it as much as I do!
How To Make Favorite Summer Vegetable Sandwich
What you’ll need:
- 1 large tomato
- 1 avocado
- 1/2 red onion
- 1/2 cucumber
- sprouts or leafy greens (both would be great too)
- hummus, to spread (vegan mayo would be great too)
- 4 slices your favorite bread (I used Dave’s Killer Bread)
- mineral salt & cracked pepper, to taste
If you like your bread toasted, start by toasting your bread.
When adding condiments I like to spread a thin layer of hummus (or vegan mayo) on both slices of bread. Use as much as you like.
Layer one slice of bread with the cucumber and red onion, and on the other slice, layer the tomato, avocado, and sprouts or leafy greens.
Top it of with a sprinkle of salt and pepper over both slices, close sandwich, slice in half and enjoy!
Simple, delicious and ready in minutes. Enjoy the taste of summer!
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FAVORITE SUMMER VEGETABLE SANDWICH
My favorite vegan summer sandwich with avocado, tomatoes, cucumber, sprouts and onion, layered with creamy hummus and salt & pepper. Simple and delicious!
- Prep Time: 5 min
- Total Time: 5 min
- Yield: Serves 2
- Category: Entree, Sandwich
- Cuisine: Vegan
Start by toasting, or not, your bread. Add a nice layer of hummus to both inside pieces of bread. Then layer with the tomato, avocado, sprouts/leafy greens. cucumber, red onion and sprinkle with a little bit of mineral salt and fresh cracked pepper.
If you find your hummus very thick, try adding a tablespoon of water at a time and mix well until desired consistency. I prefer my hummus to be on the thinner side for spreads.