Croissant, Tomato, Cucumber, Chicken, Mushrooms, Lettuce, Mustard Sauce
Philadelphia Cheese, Croissant, Lettuce, Cucumber, Tomato
Philadelphia Cheese, Salmon, Croissant, Lettuce, Cucumber
Croissant, Green Onion, Tuna, Fried Egg Patty, Lemon, Tomato, Lettuce, Clasic Sauce
Croissant, Tomato, Cucumber, Salami, Toast Cheese, Fried Egg Patty, Lettuce, Garlic Sauce
Croissant, Pickled Cucumber, Sausage, Fried Egg Patty, Lettuce, Hot Mustard Sauce
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When a cook enthused by his business invented a new meal, this is not surprising to anyone. But with each rule there is an exception, and sometimes the work of centuries remains a work that does not belong to one of the brightest achievements of the author, but is a continuation of his main achievements.
With the exception of this product was an unusual form of croissant. The history of this bakery creature deserves attention and begins long before the time when, in the person of a person, the dipped dough, the idea came to wrap it in such an original way. Despite the French name and the unusual popularity of this product in France, according to one of the historical versions, the croissants were first made in Vienna in 1689.