Carrot, peanut butter and marmalade sandwich filling

Quick one this. I’ve found sandwich fillings to be one of the biggest challenges I’ve found to eating meat-free. Now I enjoy cheese, but it’s not to healthy to rely on that every day. I love Marmite, but again it can feel repetitive.

While looking for inspiration I saw an idea that sounds really odd and thought I’d give it a go. I grated a carrot, mixed it with a tablespoon of peanut butter and a teaspoon of marmalade – hey presto I had a sandwich filling!

It’s got some room for improvement, for example next time I’ll use crunchy peanut butter (we only had smooth) and a thick marmalade for a sharper taste. I’m also wondering about adding some cumin, or perhaps some fresh coriander.

Have you tried an unusual combination that really works?

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