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Tea sandwich

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Tea sandwich (English: tea sandwich, also known as iris sandwich or finger sandwich) is a sandwich or sandwich made with the intention of being a snack for tea in the afternoon or as a hunger delay before the main meal is served.

Tea sandwiches can be made in several different shapes, but must be easily shaped, and should be able to be eaten in two or three bites. Maybe the shape can be like long and narrow sandwiches, half triangular sandwiches, or small biscuits. This may also be cut into other decorative shapes with a cookie cutter.

Bread is traditionally white, thinly sliced, and smeared with butter. The bread crust is cut clean from the sandwich after the sandwich has been prepared but before serving to the dinner table. Modern bread variations may include whole-grain bread, pumpernickel, sour dough bread or rye bread. The bread used to prepare sliced ​​sandwiches is sometimes called sandwich sandwich.

The filling must be light, and "tiny" or "smooth" which is proportional to the amount of bread. Spreads may include butter, cream cheese, or a mixture of mayonnaise, and these sandwiches often feature fresh vegetables such as radishes, olives, cucumbers, asparagus, or watercress.

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Cucumber tea sandwiches in particular are considered to be classic tea sandwiches. Other popular tea sandwiches include tomatoes, clove cheese, ham with mustard, smoked salmon, fruit jam, chicken curry, fish pasta, and egg salad.

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