A full afternoon tea just wouldn't be complete without at least one great tea sandwich recipe. Cucumber tea sandwiches are a classic type of English tea sandwich. Explore variations on cukes-and-bread with these cucumber tea sandwich recipes, including recipes for cucumber-mint finger sandwiches, cucumber-dill tea sandwiches and more.
These classic cucumber tea sandwiches are a very traditional afternoon tea treat. The recipe can be made with herbed butter or regular butter. The English cucumber soaked in white wine vinegar gives them a lightly tart flavor.
Fresh tarragon and chervil give this cucumber tea sandwich recipe more dimension and complexity. While most cucumber finger sandwiches are made with white bread, this recipe calls for whole wheat bread.
This recipe puts two popular finger sandwich ingredients (salmon and cucumber) between two slices of bread. Although this recipe is for salmon and cucumber sandwiches, you can easily modify it to make finger sandwiches by using white bread, using less sandwich filling, removing the bread's crusts and cutting each full-size sandwich into four small triangles.
Kids adore this simple cucumber finger sandwich recipe. It can be prepared in advance and chilled overnight for later consumption, making it a great kids' party finger sandwich recipe. If you like this recipe, be sure to try this Cucumber & Cream Cheese Tea Sandwich Recipe from About.com Entertaining.
These delightful open-faced finger sandwiches from Gourmet Girl are made with fresh dill, creme fraiche, white pepper and garlic powder.
This cucumber-dill tea sandwich recipe from Organic Authority features fresh dill, seedless Japanese cucumbers, dry mustard and whole wheat bread.
Stuffed olives and Worcestershire sauce set this open-faced cucumber tea sandwich recipe apart from your more classic, English-style cucumber tea sandwiches.
Red horseradish root is the secret ingredient in this spicy cucumber-dill finger sandwich recipe from The Food Network.