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Pan Bagnat

Tasty French Fast Food

Pan bagnat or Pan bagna as it is sometimes called is one of the most popular fast foods you can buy in the south of France.

pan bagnatPan Bagnat ~ French Fast Food


Although the term fast food conjures up images of unhealthy foods, this is in fact a truly tasty and healthy snack which comes as no surprise as this is France after all!

This delicious food is really the equivalent of taking a Salade Niçoise and making it into a quick and easy French fast food.

It consists of a crusty French roll, drenched in olive oil and packed with the fresh healthy ingredients you would find in a traditional Salade Niçoise and believe me it is truly wonderful.

You will often see the local French people eating them whilst playing a game of French boules or pétanque, as it is such a great snack which you can take with you for such activities and it makes a great picnic food too.

For this recipe you will need to use it as a guide and vary it according to how many you need it for and which variety of salad vegetables you have available.

If you don't like anchovies you can use tuna instead or simply make a vegetarian version and leave out the fish.

However, the original version will of course include the anchovies.


Wondering What Petanque Is?

Petanque, pronounced "pay-tonk", one of Europe's most popular outdoor games, is a cousin of both horseshoes and of the Italian bowling game called 'bocce'. The game originated in the South of France in the early 1900's.


How To Store Pan Bagnat For A Picnic?

You can wrap them in cling film or foil and put in the refrigerator overnight and they will be ready for your picnic.

They seem to improve if left this way as the bread becomes soaked with the olive oil, which is what is how they should be.


How To Make Pan Bagnat

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Pan Bagnat

Pan Bagnat

Yield
4
Author
Judith Coates
Prep time
15 Min
Cook time
15 Min
Total time
30 Min
A crusty French roll, drenched in olive oil and packed with the fresh healthy ingredients you would find in a traditional Salade Niçoise, and believe me it is truly wonderful.

Ingredients

Pan Bagnat
  • 4 bread rolls
  • 2 firm tomatoes
  • 4 radishes
  • 1 green/yellow pepper
  • 2 hard-boiled eggs
  • 12 anchovy filets (or 1 can of tuna)
  • 16 black olives
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 1 small onion
  • 1 lemon
  • olive oil
  • salt

Instructions

How To Prepare
  1. Slice the tomatoes, radish, and onions into thin rounds.
  2. Shell the hard-boiled eggs and cut them into rounds.
  3. Thinly slice the bell peppers into lengths.
  4. Slice olives into rounds.
  5. Dip the anchovies in freshwater to desalt them.
  6. Cut the bread rolls in half and remove the soft white middle from the centre of each half.
  7. Rub the inside with the garlic clove.
  8. Drench the inside with olive oil.
  9. Sprinkle lightly with salt.
  10. Finally, layer the inside of the bread roll with the sliced tomatoes, pepper, radish, onions, egg, olives, and finish with the anchovies.
  11. Drizzle with lemon juice and olive oil.

Notes:

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Calories

282.59

Fat (grams)

14.54

Sat. Fat (grams)

3.66

Carbs (grams)

23.33

Fiber (grams)

3.59

Net carbs

19.73

Sugar (grams)

3.68

Protein (grams)

16.29

Sodium (milligrams)

893.24

Cholesterol (grams)

124.06
The nutritional information for this recipe has been calculated for the entire recipe electronically, if you are not satisfied with these results, please use the link to CALORIE COUNTER in the Notes section above. They are not intended as a health recommendation or guideline.
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