ingredients
  • Long sandwich bread 5 slices
  • Mayonnaise as much as is needed
  • Cherry tomatoes 5
  • Already boiled shrimps 10
  • Capers as much as is needed
  • Aromatic herbs as much as is needed
  • Smoked salmon 120 grams
  • Butter 50 grams • 717 kcal
  • Drained tuna in oil 100 grams
  • Mayonnaise 100 grams
  • Desalted capers 1 tablespoon
  • Anchovy in oil 1
  • Already boiled shrimps 100 grams
  • Mayonnaise 100 grams
  • Tomato paste 10 grams
  • Brandy liquor ½  teaspoon
Calories refers to 100 gr of product

The sandwich cake is a simple and very greedy appetizer to prepare that will leave everyone speechless. Just fill the slices of bread with the ingredients you love most, arrange them in layers and decorate as you like; in an instant you will have a tasty and impressive savory pie. In this recipe, we have chosen three different fish fillings (with salmon, tuna and shrimps), for a combination suitable for the summer and perfect to be served on the occasion of a summer buffet.

How to prepare the sandwich cake

Prepare the shrimps filling; mix the mayonnaise with the tomato paste and brandy (1).

Add the already boiled shrimps to the pink sauce (2) and mix well.

Prepare the tuna filling; lightly mash the capers and anchovies with a fork and add them to the mayonnaise; add the tuna, well drained and cut into small pieces, and mix perfectly (3).

Make the cake; spread the first layer of bread with half the butter (4).

Spread over about 60 grams of smoked salmon (5).

Cover with the second slice of bread and spread the tuna filling on top (6).

Cover with another slice of bread and spread over the shrimps filling (7).

Arrange another slice of bread on top, spread with the remaining butter, and finish with the other 60 grams of salmon. Cover with the last slice of bread, decorate as desired with sprigs of mayonnaise, cherry tomatoes, shrimps, capers and herbs and serve in slices (8).

Preservation

The sandwich cake can be preserved in the refrigerator for a maximum of 2 days, well covered with a sheet of cling film. Always decorate it just before bringing it to the table.