Trattoria Sabation, Just from the other side of the arno river, very authentic Tuscan spot, out side of the main tourists area, not that I had much idea of how to order or what, but everything that came after was quite superb.
Skipping the antipasti by ordering first the Ravioli al Sugo
followed by Salsiccia toscana con fagioli alluccelletto – a Tuscan sausage with beans.
and a green Tuscan salad, with slices of shaved fennel and carrot.
and a Tuscan version of Cremsnit cake for dessert.
simple and delicious breakfast which also make a great pict and a beautiful beginning for a flavorful day.
This sandwich is kind of a take on a traditional polish chicken cutlet sandwich.
I took the basic panko bread crumbs, mixed them with chopped fresh rosmarin, grated gruyere cheese, salt and peppers. prepeing the chicken in the regular way of cleaning the cutlets, flatting them, dipping in flour, eggs, and the bread crumb mixture. then sauteing for 2-3 min on each side in a buttered skillet over high heat, and letting them dry on a paper towel while prepping the next round. this would result with very fresh and tasty chicken cutlets, that would go well on any future combination if its a sandwich or a combined dish, or even just simple rice.
To combing the sandwich I used polish rye bread for the base adding the first layer rather then mustered an Indian addition of Patak’s Mixed relish this would build the base layer of hot crunch for the sandwich, on top of that I layered the chicken cutlets, added a thin slice of brie and very thin slice of smoked Morski polish cheese, a thin slices of baby radishes on top of the cheese and a thin slices of polish sausage on top.
I serve this sandwich with some extra pickles and a slice of baby radish on the side.