Hubby’s breakfast #026: Otah sandwich

Today’s breakfast received a BIG thumbs-up from hubby!

The secret to a delicious otah sandwich is to use good quality ingredients.

  1. Start with premium bread. Here, I used Queen Bread (S$4.00 per loaf) from Sun Moulin Bakery at B1 of Isetan Scotts.
  2. Get good otah. These were from Lee Wee & Brothers at B1 of TANGS Orchard. I prefer banana leaf otah (S$1.10 each) cos it’s more shiok!
  3. Instead of butter, I smeared the bread with mayo and added romaine lettuce for a refreshing touch.
  4. Trim off the crust, slice sandwich in half, and voila! A yummy otah sandwich is ready! So easy to make, right?
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Comments

  1. Ruvel says

    Ah yes, the secret to good food is thick wads of cash.

    Thanks, that explains my discontent with $1 loaves and 30 cent slabs of otah.
    Woe be mine that I’m stuck with a low income.

    • says

      Haha, I’m stuck in the same income level as you are. $4 loaves and $1 slabs of otah are but an occasional indulgence.

      Cheaper alternatives can be satisfying too, like this one. Just adjust expectations accordingly.