Definitively I will like this sandwich, and the best part is that according to a new research it can also cut the risk of heart problems (they put the average in 30%).
I won’t go over the details of the medical study (for this you can read the article), but follows the list of the ingredients for the tasteful sandwich.
- Whole-wheat baguette
- Mozzarella cheese
- One slice of ripe tomato
- Extra-virgin olive oil
The article advises to eat one regularly and this sandwich falls under what is popularly known as the Mediterranean Diet. Interestingly the Arugula or Salad Rocket used for this recipe is originally a native of the Mediterranean region and tend to add to the food a peppery taste.
The Mozzarella cheese (usually white when fresh) is an original from southern Italy and its human use was first mentioned in 1570, so this cheese doesn’t have such an old history as the Pecorino that was referenced by Pliny the Elder in the first century AD.