Brioche Tea Sandwiches

6 Ratings
  • prep time 0 min
  • total time 0 min
  • serves 16-24
Brioche Tea Sandwiches

These simple tea sandwiches offer a variety of colour, taste and texture when presented together. Makes an assortment of tea sandwiches (16 to 24 sandwiches).

Bake, Eggs/Dairy, Dessert, French, Snack


Ingredients

Smoked Salmon and Cucumber (per sandwich)

1 slice brioche bread

½ teaspoon Dijon mustard

2 cucumber slices

½ slice smoked salmon

2-3 capers

Shrimp and Egg with Dill (per sandwich)

1 slice brioche bread

2-3 leaves baby arugula

1 slice hard boiled egg

1 cooked and peeled shrimp

1 teaspoon dill mayonnaise

Chocolate Almond Raspberry (per sandwich)

1 tablespoon pue almond butter, at room temperature

½ ounce bittersweet chocolate, melted

1 slice brioche bread

1 fresh raspberry

Cream Cheese and Cherry (per sandwich)

2 dried cherries

1 splash brandy

1 ounce cream cheese, at room temperature

2 slices brioche bread

Directions

Smoked Salmon and Cucumber (per sandwich)

1. Spread a little Dijon onto the slice of brioche (you can trim the crusts or use a cookie cutter to shape the brioche). Top with cucumber smoked salmon and capers and chill until ready to serve.

Shrimp and Egg with Dill (per sandwich)

1. Trim the crusts of the brioche or use a cookie cutter to shape it (optional) and lay the arugula on the bread and place the egg slice on top. Cut the shrimp in half (to make 2 “C”s) and arrange them criss-cross on the egg. Top with a little drizzle or dollop of dill mayonnaise and chill until ready to serve.

Chocolate Almond Raspberry (per sandwich)

1. Stir the almond butter and melted chocolate together. Spread this over the slice of brioche and use a cookie cutter (1 ½ to 2-inches across) to cut out a round. Place a raspberry on top and chill until ready to serve.

Cream Cheese and Cherry (per sandwich)

1. Soak the dried cherries in the brandy for 5 minutes. Drain and roughly chop the cherries, stirring them into the cream cheese (you can add a little sugar to taste, if you wish). Spread this over a slice of brioche and top with the second slice. Trim away the crusts and cut into triangles or finger. Chill until ready to serve.

See more: Bake, Eggs/Dairy, Dessert, French, Snack

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