Sandwiches de miga are popular food items in Argentina where they are typical tea-time food. For a topic outline on this subject see List of basic Argentina topics. Food is any substance usually composed primarily of Carbohydrates Fats water and/or Proteins that can be eaten or drunk by an They are single or double layered sandwiches, made from a thin white bread without crust, i. A sandwich is a food item made of two or more slices of Bread with one or more layers of a filling Bread is a Staple food prepared by Baking a Dough of Flour and Water. e. , the part of the bread called "miga". They are filled with thinly sliced meat (especially but not limited to ham), eggs, cheese, tomatoes, green peppers, lettuce, and sometimes other vegetables, even asparagus. In modern English usage meat most often refers to Animal tissue used as food mostly Skeletal muscle and associated Fat, but it may also refer Cheese is a Food made from Milk, usually the milk of cows, Buffalo, Goats or sheep, by coagulation. The tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum, syn Lycopersicon lycopersicum) is a herbaceous usually sprawling plant in the Solanaceae or nightshade family "Green pepper" redirects here For green peppercorns see Black pepper. Lettuce ( Lactuca sativa) is a Temperate annual or Biennial plant of the daisy family Asteraceae. The term " vegetable " generally means the edible parts of Plants The definition of the word is traditional rather than Scientific, however Asparagus officinalis is a flowering plant species in the genus Asparagus from which the Vegetable known as asparagus is obtained Mayonnaise is another important ingredient. Mayonnaise (sometime abbreviated to mayo in American English and other languages is a thick Condiment made primarily from Vegetable oil and Egg They can be toasted or untoasted.
Instead of making them from scratch, most Argentines simply buy them at the local bakery. A bakery (also called baker's or bakehouse) is an establishment which produces or/and sells Bread, pies pastries Cakes Biscuits