Easter bread as such is certainly not to be despised and is also always eaten with pleasure, but I wanted to show you in form of a rich sandwich, what can also be done with Easter bread besides butter and jam on it. I chose a Brioche recipe for my sandwich, because I wanted to bring together the ingredients of classic Easter bread in a slightly different way. So, the dried fruit have been added in form of dried apricots and the almonds even as smoked almonds into a sautéed spinach. To season the yet sweet underscored sandwich, I chose blue cheese to get more power to the bread. To stay true to the cause, an (Easter) egg could not be missing. Egg yolk here makes an excellent substitute for a sauce, as I have already shown in this recipe for example. The egg was separated and the white was fried in butter like a fried egg, the yolk came raw into the “Easter nest” on top of my Easter bread sandwich. Together a full meal, I can promise you.