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Pan bagnat

Pan bagnat
Pan Bagnat is a traditional recipe from the Nice area. The name means "soaked bread", as it consists of a round bread roll that has been drenched with a mix of oil and vinegar then filled vegetables and fish. Years ago this was the snack that fisherman took with them on their boats, but this is a modernised version.
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For 4 Pans bagnat, you will need:



Nutritional information:

Whole recipe
Calories
1983
99%
Proteins
70g
27%
Carbohydrates
187g
18%
Fats
106g
16%
 Per 100 g 
Calories
129
6%
Proteins
5g
2%
Carbohydrates
12g
1%
Fats
7g
1%
 Per piece 
Calories
495
25%
Proteins
17g
7%
Carbohydrates
46g
4%
Fats
26g
4%
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% are calculated relative to a Recommended Dietary Intake or RDI of 2000 k-calories by day for a woman (change to a man).


Times:

Preparation : 43 min.
Preservation : Best eaten within a few hours, but will keep to the following day (rather softer).


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 For 4 Pans bagnat : 5.44 €
 Per Pan bagnat : 1.36 €

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Step by step recipe:


1
Peel 2 tomatoes and slice.

Peel and chop 2 springs onion, including part of the green leaves.

Wash 50 radishes and cut into rounds.

Wash 1 bunch basil.
Pan bagnat : Photo of step #1
2
Mix 4 tablespoons olive oil and 3 tablespoons vinegar in a bowl, salt and pepper.
Pan bagnat : Photo of step #2
3
Cut the bread rolls in half horizontally.
Pan bagnat : Photo of step #3
4
Soak the insides of both halves with the vinegar-oil mix.
Pan bagnat : Photo of step #4
5
Pile on the vegetables, herbs and tuna.
Pan bagnat : Photo of step #5
6
Put the pan bagnat together and press down firmly on the top.

It's ready.
Pan bagnat : Photo of step #6

Remarks:

The ingredients state hamburger-style rolls, but it is even better with a firmer kind of bread, such as special breads or baguettes (like in the photos).

You can replace the oil and vinegar mix with a simple vinaigrette dressing, made in advance.

And to drink?

A light rosé, like one from Provence.

Source:

Based on what my mother made for picnics for my sisters and I when we were small.

Last modified on: May 22th 2011

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