Sometimes, you have to make do with what you have on hand. Luckily, if you happen to have a croissant left from your recent trip to the bakery, and a pantry well stocked with a selection of Donostia Foods conservas, all that tinned seafood and peppers and vegetables you know and love, what you behold above can be yours for lunch. Smiles assured with each buttery bite.
Just because you’re short on time doesn’t mean you can’t treat yo’ self.
Total Time: Two, maybe three minutes, depending on how long it takes you to open the package of escalivada and how well toasted you want the croissant.
Servings: One sandwich. Obviously.
1. Toast the croissant to your liking, then slice it open and stuff it with the proportion of ventresca tuna and escalivada you feel works best for your particular croissant in order to keep it structurally sound. Croissants are delicate so proceed with care.
2. Savor the exquisite simplicity and fire-roasted goodness of a sandwich, well made.