How to make Sundried Tomato and Asparagus Baguette

Greetings, it’s Elaina! I’m thrilled to welcome you back to Flavour Food And Wine, where we journey through the diverse world of culinary delights from my charming city, Winnipeg, nestled in the heart of the prairies. Today, I’m eager to share with you my recent culinary adventure with a delightful dish – Sundried Tomato and Asparagus Baguette. This journey has been an exciting exploration, and I can’t wait to delve into the details with you.

Sundried Tomato and Asparagus Baguette

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sundried tomato & asparagus baguette

When I lived in London, I definitely had no shortages of sandwiches close at hand. The markets were filled with entire sections devoted to pre-made sandwiches and the streets were littered with sandwich shops. I kid you not, you’d be hard-pressed to walk down a high street and NOT stumble upon an EAT, a Pret-a-Manger or a random unknown independent sandwich place.
During the workweek, it wasn’t uncommon that most of my lunch breaks were filled with walks over the Thames to Embankment Place to hit up the nearest sandwich shop. Some of my favourites included the brie & cranberry, the cheese & pickle and the crayfish, lemon & rocket. Although admittedly, after a couple of years of sandwich-filled lunches, I got very tired of them and vowed that if I never saw a sandwich again in my life, I would be just fine with that! Well, like most shouts of excitement such as this, that vow has been quickly pushed to the side and I have fallen in love once again with the lovely “sandwich”.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Course Side Dish
Cuisine England
Servings 1 people
Calories 250 kcal


  • Freshly baked footlong baguette
  • Sunchoked [or sundried] tomatoes packed in olive oil
  • Fresh creamy goat cheese at room temperature
  • Steamed asparagus until bright green but still crunchy


  • Instructions: put as much or as little as you like between the slices of baked baguette.


So here’s my version of a London sandwich shop baguette! What’s your favourite type of sandwich? I’d love to hear about your unique creations!
Keyword footlong baguette, tomatoes packed in olive oil

About Sundried Tomato and Asparagus Baguette

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The Sundried Tomato and Asparagus Baguette is a flavorful sandwich that combines the tanginess of sundried tomatoes with the freshness of asparagus. This dish has its roots in French cuisine, where baguettes are a staple. However, the inclusion of sundried tomatoes and asparagus gives it a more Mediterranean flair. Sundried tomatoes bring a concentrated tomato flavor and a slightly chewy texture, while asparagus adds a unique, slightly sweet and nutty taste.

Cooking Tips

  • Choose a good quality baguette for this recipe. A fresh, crusty baguette works best.
  • The asparagus should be cooked until just tender. Overcooking can make it mushy and lose its vibrant green color.
  • Using oil-packed sundried tomatoes can give the baguette extra moisture and flavor. However, if you prefer less oil, sundried tomatoes not packed in oil can also be used.
  • For added flavor, consider sautéing the asparagus in garlic and olive oil.
  • Cheese such as mozzarella or goat cheese can be added for a creamy texture and added flavor.

Serving Suggestions

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The Sundried Tomato and Asparagus Baguette can be served as a main course for lunch or dinner. It can also be sliced into smaller pieces and served as an appetizer or snack. It pairs well with a side salad or soup. A glass of white wine like Sauvignon Blanc, which complements the flavors of the sundried tomatoes and asparagus, can be an excellent choice for a beverage.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  • Can I use fresh tomatoes instead of sundried tomatoes? While fresh tomatoes can be used in this recipe, they won’t provide the same concentrated flavor as sundried tomatoes.
  • Can I substitute the asparagus with other vegetables? Yes, you can use other vegetables like bell peppers or zucchini, but keep in mind that the unique flavor of asparagus contributes significantly to this dish.


The Sundried Tomato and Asparagus Baguette is a delightful fusion of French and Mediterranean flavors. Its versatility makes it suitable for various meals, from casual lunches to dinner parties. By following the given cooking tips and serving suggestions, one can fully enjoy the unique combination of flavors this dish offers. However, remember that cooking is an art, and substitutions are always welcome to suit personal tastes and dietary needs. Enjoy the process and savor the result!

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