My brother-in-laws godmother gave me the recipe for these delicious little sandwiches. Apparently a French pastry shop used to do them and as they have closed down many years ago, people have come up with versions of the original recipe.
This is one that I love!
It uses a delicious french mustard that Coleman developed and later sold to Amora. It’s a condiment, made of mustard seeds, cinnamon, Cayenne pepper, nutmeg, curcuma, cloves, celery, garlic, tarragon, vinegar and a touch of honey.
- Brioche Bread without crust
- 1 egg
- 2 tsp Savora Mustard (carried by French Supermarkets and Amazon) or any other mild mustard if you really can’t get Savora e. g. honey mustard (Maille)
- 250 g neutral oil
- Tomatoes ideally plum tomatoes, they have less kernels.
Make a mayonnaise blitzing Savora mustard and egg together and then let the oil pour in a thin, single stream into the blender, making a mayonnaise. Season to taste.
Fill the Brioche sandwiches with Savora Mayonnaise and thin sliced fresh tomatoes.
Slize into small triangles and serve.
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