Russian black bread spread with Greek-Style hummus and a little veggie mayo. Layered with English seedless cucumber, hearts of romaine, smashed Kalamata olives, a light drizzle of mustard and fresh cracked pepper! Nice!!

Makes as many as you want

Per sandwich:

4 slices Russian black bread, lightly toasted till warm – not crisp

Greek-Style Hummus (I used Garden Fresh Gourmet brand)

4 slices English seedless cucumber, unpeeled

4 pitted Kalamata olives, smashed with the broad side of a large, sturdy knife – like you do with garlic

fresh cracked black pepper

veggie mayo

prepared yellow mustard

hearts of romaine lettuce

Spread one piece of lightly toasted bread with hummus. Top with cucumber slices. Top the cucumber slices with the smashed Kalamata olives. Sprinkle with fresh cracked black pepper.

Spread the second slice of lightly toasted bread with veggie mayo and a little drizzle of mustard. Top with lettuce.

Close sandwich, cut and serve.

Notes: Who says that hummus is only for wraps? It works very well with Russian black bread!


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