Pocket Sandwich With Carrot and Egg

Pocket Sandwich With Carrot and Egg

An easy pocket sandwich you can make with ingredients you have in the refrigerator. Even carrot-hating kids should try this.

Ingredients: 1 serving

Sliced bread
1 slice
* Mayonnaise
2 teaspoons plus
* Salt and pepper
A small amount
* Ketchup, dried parsley
To taste
Vegetable oil for sauteing
A small amount


1. Cut the bread in half and toast until golden brown. Leave to cool. Finely shred the carrot using a mandoline. See Hints.
2. Saute the carrot in oil until it's as tender as you want it to be, and take it out. Add oil to the frying pan, drop an egg, and make scrambled eggs.
3. When the carrot and egg have cooled, season with mayonnaise, salt, and pepper. Open a pocket in the toast. You can do this easily using a spoon handle.
4. Open up the bread with your hands and fill the pocket. Decorate with ketchup and parsley and it's done. It's pretty standard, but cabbage is good too.

Story Behind this Recipe

I tried making a pocket sandwich with egg and carrot, which were in the refrigerator!