One thing I miss during busy days is a proper meal. Some days I have classes from 11 a. m. to 6 p. m. and no time to go for lunch. The most logic thing is to buy a sandwich and eat it during a 5-minute break, but since I don’t eat wheat, it is literally impossible to find anything sandwich-wise. One thing I’ve been preparing for days like these are gluten-free sandwiches! Obviously, you can make it out of any type of bread, but I chose buckwheat bread and I usually buy it in DM. This sandwich has lots of flavor, you may find the sage a bit odd, but it goes together extremely well, believe me ;) I haven’t used sage in cuisine until my sister told me she ate it with pasta in London. I’ve been in love with adding sage to almost everything ever since.
2 turkey steaks ♥ coconut oil ♥ salt ♥ pepper ♥ sage leaves
4 pieces of buckwheat bread ♥ butter ♥ 4 pieces of Emmental cheese ♥ 2 leaves of chinese cabbage
The first thing to do is to add salt and pepper to the steak. Then add the sage leaves, I used the dry ones, but you can use fresh sage as well. Do the same on the other side. Add some coconut oil to the pan and fry those steaks! Fry for about 4 minutes or more on each side, this way the steaks will become crunchy. When you’re done, let them cool on a plate. The next thing to do is to apply a generous amount of butter on one side of the bread, then add a leaf of chinese cabbage, one turkey steak and last but not least, two pieces of Emmental cheese. Cover with another piece of bread.
You can serve it right away or wrap it in aluminium foil for take-away. It is great in both ways! ;) Take care ♥