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Bagel sandwich - Polish Obwarzanek sandwich


25 min





About the Recipe

This recipe is a quick a delicious idea for Polish style, not messy breakfast in bed.
In Krakow "Obwarzanek" (Polish bagel) is the most common snack that you can buy almost anywhere. Many eat it by itself with something to drink while they walk around Kraków, but is perfect as a base for a breakfast and lunch sandwich.


2 Obwarzaki (or regular bagels)
1 jar of artichoke heart
1 cup cream cheese
2 hard boiled eggs
1 pack of smoked salmon
fresh chopped dill


Step 1

Prepare a medium sauce pan, and hard boil the eggs. Next, cool them down, peel and slice.

Step 2

Preheat you oven to 400F.
Take the artichoke out of the jar, drain and put on the baking sheet. Put it in the oven for 10 min (if you are preparing normal regular bagels, cut the in half and bake them as well).

Step 3

To a small food processor put 1 cup of cream cheese and the artichokes, puréeing it until all the ingredients will combine, but there still will chunks.
Spread the artichoke spread on top of the obwarzanek, put the salmon on top of it and garnish with dill.
Top it all with hard boiled egg.

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