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How to make a Bookmaker sandwich with a small salad

Hi everyone in todays post ill be telling you how to how to make a bookmaker sandwich and also how to make a side salad I hope you enjoy
 
 
Ingredients  you will need for the salad
 
  • cucumber 1 chunk
  • pepper(colour of your choice) half a pepper
  • lettuce   1 small lettuce
  • tomato   1
 
Step 1- First chop four slices of cucumber into small chunks then cut off the skin if you want to. But you don't have to its up to you.
 
 
Step 2-Next get your pepper of choice and chop off the top then take out the middle and all the seeds, then chop it in half then chop it into slices and into small chunks.
 
 
Step 3-Then get your lettuce and chop it in half and take off the outside bits, then get some small bits of lettuce and wash them then chop them up into small bits.
 
Step 4- This last step is optional, Lastly get your tomato and put a little cross on the bottom, then put it some salted boiling Walter for 30 seconds then take it out and peal off the skin, Then chop up into small chunks. But you only have to do is if you want to its optional. Now your salad is made.
 
 
How to make the Bookmaker sandwich
 
                                                 
 

 
 
 
Ingredients you will need
  • ciabatta      2 slices  
  • steak fillet  1 thin slice
  • olive oil
  • salt and pepper
 
Step 1-Lightly rub steak slices with olive oil and season with sea salt and ground pepper.
 
Step 2-heat a frying pan or griddle pan over a medium high heat 
 
Step 3-carefully place the steak slices into the pan and cook for 30 seconds to 1 minute on each side
 
Step 4-remove and set aside to rest
 
Step 5- Toast both sides of the ciabatta, make sure you don't let them burn.
 
Step 6-Then get your ready cooked steak and put it in your ciabatta slices and cut the sandwich in half.
 
Step 7-Lastly assemble your salad then everything is ready to enjoy.
 
 
 
 
 
 


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