Toasted Baguette Sandwich With Spinach Scrambled Eggs(Niger)

These are like the sandwiches sold by street vendors in Niger, West Africa. Layer hot, scrambled eggs in a crusty, toasty baguette, wrap ‘em up and tie with a bow. Simple, filling and comforting. In Niger they wrap them in newspaper but any paper will do. The people of Niger often add a leafy vegetable called Malahiya – indigenous throughout the region, but here spinach is used. From Sasha Martin.

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  • Whisk the eggs together with chopped baby spinach, green onion, salt, and pepper. Sprinkle on the paprika (or cayenne if you want some heat).
  • Split the baguette and cut into desired sandwich lengths. Toast under a broiler until golden brown and perfectly crunchy. Meanwhile, scramble the eggs.
  • Load up the eggs inside the bread and wrap with parchment paper or newspaper. Tie it up tight with string or rafia.
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"These are like the sandwiches sold by street vendors in Niger, West Africa. Layer hot, scrambled eggs in a crusty, toasty baguette, wrap ‘em up and tie with a bow. Simple, filling and comforting. In Niger they wrap them in newspaper but any paper will do. The people of Niger often add a leafy vegetable called Malahiya – indigenous throughout the region, but here spinach is used. From Sasha Martin."
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  1. Sharon123
    These are like the sandwiches sold by street vendors in Niger, West Africa. Layer hot, scrambled eggs in a crusty, toasty baguette, wrap ‘em up and tie with a bow. Simple, filling and comforting. In Niger they wrap them in newspaper but any paper will do. The people of Niger often add a leafy vegetable called Malahiya – indigenous throughout the region, but here spinach is used. From Sasha Martin.
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