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© British Nutrition Foundation 2006www.nutrition.org.uk/cookclub BLT Sandwich
© British Nutrition Foundation 2006www.nutrition.org.uk/cookclub Ingredients 2 rashers of cooked bacon 3 slices of wholemeal bread 15g margarine 2 lettuce leaves ½ large tomato
© British Nutrition Foundation 2006www.nutrition.org.uk/cookclub Equipment Sharp knife, spreading knife, chopping board, spoon and serving plate.
© British Nutrition Foundation 2006www.nutrition.org.uk/cookclub Method 1. Spread the slices of bread with margarine.
© British Nutrition Foundation 2006www.nutrition.org.uk/cookclub 2. Place lettuce on a chopping board and shred into thin strips with a sharp knife.
© British Nutrition Foundation 2006www.nutrition.org.uk/cookclub 3. Slice the tomato.
© British Nutrition Foundation 2006www.nutrition.org.uk/cookclub 4. Place the bacon rashers on top of 1 slice of bread. Cover with half the shredded lettuce.
© British Nutrition Foundation 2006www.nutrition.org.uk/cookclub 5. Top with a second slice of bread.
© British Nutrition Foundation 2006www.nutrition.org.uk/cookclub 6. Place the remaining lettuce and sliced tomato on top.
© British Nutrition Foundation 2006www.nutrition.org.uk/cookclub 7. Finish by topping with the third slice of bread.
© British Nutrition Foundation 2006www.nutrition.org.uk/cookclub 8. Cut the sandwich in half. 9. Serve on a plate. Handy Hints Remember to wash and dry all vegetables before preparing them. If using the grill to cook the bacon, place a sheet of foil under the grill tray to collect the fat. Always use a separate chopping board and knife for raw meat and vegetables.
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