Sandwiches come in many shapes

How would you like yours?

With a bit of creativity your sandwiches look more attractive and they are easier to handle too. 

3-4 through

Cut bread 3/4 through

Perfect for when you are eating sandwiches ”on the go”or in the car. When the roll is not cut all the way through, the filling stays in place.

sloping cut

Sloping cut

A sloping cut of the bread highlights the filling. Put the lid on the slope and make your sandwich attractive and appetising.

Triangular cut

Triangular cut

Make your sandwich attractive and easy to handle by cutting the top half as a triangle. The triangle forms the lid of the finished product.

Diagonal cut

Diagonal cut

1 bread – 3 sandwiches! With a long bread, it is simple to make many sandwiches. A diagonal cut makes the bread seem bigger.

Combinations

Combinations

Two different types of bread make two different sandwiches. Both rolls are sliced in half and two different halves are presented on a plate. This creates a decorative play of colour and two different taste experiences in one meal.

Cutting out

Cutting out

If you remove the crust of the bread, it can be cut out into different shapes. This is a creative sandwich suitable for buffets

One becomes four

One becomes four

Cut the squares into four, diagonally from corner to corner. This gives you four small sandwiches.

Bread decoration strips

Bread decoration strips

The bottom half of the sandwich is left untouched, and the top is cut into 1.5 cm strips. The strips can be fried in a pan in a little oil and spices. Once the bottom half of the sandwich has been prepared, it is decorated with the strips.

A square roll cut into two

A square roll cut into two

Cut a square roll into two from corner to corner. This gives you two large sandwiches.

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