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Have any favorite sandwiches?


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Posted: 30-Dec-2003, 02:50 PM
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Recipe Name: REUBEN
Category: SANDWICH
Serves: 1

3 Slice Bread of choice
4 Ounce Corned Beef Brisket, thinly sliced
8 Ounce Sauerkraut,drained and squeezed
2 Ounce Swiss Cheese
Russian Dressing, to taste

As a cold sandwich : On first slice of bread,place half the corned beef, then half the kraut and half the swiss. Top with Russian dressing, cover with second slice of bread. Layer on the rest of the beef,kraut and swiss. Cover with third slice of bread. Secure with toothpicks, cut and serve.

As a hot sandwich: Preheat broiler to 425f. On a cookie sheet, lay out the three slices of bread.On the first slice, layer beef, kraut, and swiss. On the second slice, layer beef and kraut. On the third slice, place the rest of the cheese. Broil until cheese bubbles. Remove from oven with spatula. Top with Russian dressing and assemble the layers. Secure with toothpick, cut and serve.




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Recipe Name: HAM AND CHICKEN CLUB
Category: SANDWICH
Serves: 1

3 Slice Bread of choice
Blue Cheese Dressing, to taste
2 Ounce Ham, thinly sliced
2 Ounce Provolone Cheese
2 Ounce Chicken Breast,thinly sliced
3 Slice Tomato
Lettuce (for cold sandwich only )

As a hot sandwich : Preheat broiler to 425f. On a cookie sheet, lay out three slices of bread. Spread all with Blue Cheese dressing. On first slice, place the ham and half the provolone. On second slice, place the chicken and tomato. On the third slice, place half the provolone. Broil until cheese bubbles and tomatoes soften. Remove from oven with spatula. Assemble, secure with toothpicks, slice and serve.

As a cold sandwich : Spread three slices of bread with Blue Cheese dressing. On first slice layer ham, chicken and lettuce. Cover with second slice of bread. Add provolone cheese, tomato and lettuce. Top with third slice of bread. Cut and serve.



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Posted: 30-Dec-2003, 08:05 PM
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Turkey & Coleslaw

Ploughmans!

Turkey& Coleslaw

We all know how coleslaw salad goes I think, if not buy a tub
and while your at it.. turkey pieces (maybe left over from the christmas turkey?)
Tomatoes
Lettuce

Assemble on a slice of wholemeal bread or wheated malt bread (lettuce, cloeslaw, turkey pieces, tomato slices and put another slice of bread over it. Yummy!

Ploughmans (actually called: Cheddar Cheese Ploughmans)
traditional, from Yorkshire and my favourite

Lettuce
Tomato
Cheddar
Spreadable pickles (branston! mmh never said anything wink.gif )

Usually served on thick slices of crusty white loaf - lettuce, thick slices of cheddar (alternatively stilton), spread the pickle over it and put some tomato-slices on it. Next slice of bread and it's ready to sink your teeth in.. gorgeous!


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Posted: 30-Dec-2003, 08:12 PM
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ooh forgot that I absolutely love the french sandwich

You need

Baguette
Jambon cru (or some other ham, thinly sliced)
Cheese (I prefer some good mellow Camembert)
Lettuce, Tomato

Cut the bread in half with a diagonal cut, slice into it (don't cut the bits in 2 halves), assemble (just stuff in basically) and yummy!


Alternatively the french often do this:
Take baguette, slice into it, stuff it with ham and crisps and have it, try it, it's good!

Also have your chips (fries) in your baguette with a good squirt of mayonaise and ketchup over it =)
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that's the recipe for a steak sandwich =) THE sandwich ín my eyes happy.gif

Steak Sandwich.
This is a luxury, an expensive treat, so if you are going to do it, do it well- it is much better to use a small but really good steak like fillet steak than a larger but tougher variety. Cut the steak half its normal thickness, so that you have a two or three ounce steak. Split a crusty roll or a piece of french stick. Chop and soften some onion in a frying pan and reserve. Turn up the heat and cook the steak very quickly and fiercely. The idea is to cook it as briefly as you can get away with as steak gets tougher as it is cooked- the better the steak the less cooking it needs. Push the steak to one side and quickly sear the inside of the roll to heat it and mop any juices. Take out the bread, pile in the onion, add the steak and a dollop of English or Dijon Mustard and close it up. Eat absolutely immediately while it is still hot. This is the ultimate burger. You have eaten the real thing- pathetic American substitutes will have no power over you henceforth.


((I got that from a website ages ago...))
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here's the page, I found it again!

http://www3.mistral.co.uk/apbw/index.html#scrote
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  Posted: 30-Dec-2003, 09:18 PM
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Sorry if I sound like a kid, but my favorite sandwich is peanut butter and jelly tongue.gif . Especially with chocolate milk or a Coke and some Chee-tos™ Yum tongue.gif !

Recipe:
Two slices of bread (I like white)
1 knifeful of Jif peanut butter per slice
Welch's seedless grape jelly

Directions: place bread slices on a plate. Spread one knifeful of peanut butter on each slice. Then add one squeeze of grape jelly from the squeeze bottle and spread. Put the other slice on top. Take plate over to kitchen table and eat.


This post has been edited by MDF3530 on 30-Dec-2003, 09:25 PM


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Here's the sandwich I had today...

Ham & Egg Sandwich:

Ingredients:

1 egg
2 slices of ham, thinly cut (preferably leftover from a holiday dinner)
2 slices of American cheese (optional)
Dash of salt

Directions:

Take one small frying pan and grease it up with margarine. Set stove burner on 5 or medium. Crack open egg and put into pan. Add dash of salt. While egg is cooking, take ham slices and, on a microwave-safe plate, and nuke 'em for 20 seconds. Put ham slices on bread. Put cheese, if desired, on ham slices. Remove egg from pan and put on sandwich. Put the other half on top and enjoy, preferably with a Diet Sierra Mist.
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peanutbutter & jelly??? *shudders*

rather peanutbutter + chargrilled chicken + soysauce + chili's!
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Peanut butter with finely chopped onion and tabasco sauce.

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mmh.. I'll try that.. right now!
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Recipe Name: Dilled Beef Sandwiches
Category: BEEF
Serves: 10

4 Pound boneless beef chuck roast
16 Ounce jar whole dill pickles, undrained
1/2 Cup chili sauce
2 Clove garlic, minced
10 hamburger buns, split

Cut roast in half and place in dutch oven or slow cooker. Add pickles with juice,chili sauce, and garlic. Cover and cook on Low for 8-9 hours or
until beef is tender. Discard pickles. Remove roast. When cool
enough to handle, shred the meat. Return to the sauce and heat
through. Using a slotted spoon, fill each bun with about 1/2 cup
meat mixture.

Serving Options:

Top with kraut or cole slaw

Spicy German mustard

Sliced Swiss Cheese

Stilton or Blue cheese.

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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ Dec 31 2003, 02:18 AM)
Recipe:
Two slices of bread (I like white)
1 knifeful of Jif peanut butter per slice
Welch's seedless grape jelly

Directions: place bread slices on a plate. Spread one knifeful of peanut butter on each slice. Then add one squeeze of grape jelly from the squeeze bottle and spread. Put the other slice on top. Take plate over to kitchen table and eat.[/SIZE][/font]

You can take that a step further and make a grilled peanbut butter and jelly sandwich. I do not like american cheese or velveeta, so when people around me make grilled cheese, I make a grilled pb&j.

spread some butter or margarine on the outside of the sandwich (try not to make it with too much jelly

place it on a griddle or frying pan and brown on both sides. mmmmmmmm


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Can't quite imagine it with Jelly =/

But with grilled sandwiches we come to the traditionally french Croque Monsieur and Croque Madame *mjam*
In france this is a common thing to eat for a snack... I love it and the memories of sitting in the Le Coq's lounge, grilling croque monsieurs and madames ..

This is the simple version. If you sit in paris in a street café one day (DO IT!!!) order one, they come in great varieties and most of them are so tasty! (with béchamel.. or all the other elaborate versions you get).

Okay, here it comes, for one Croque Monsieur you need

2 slices of white bread
some unsalted butter
cooked ham
1-2 slices of raclette cheese or gruyére

Butter both sides of the bread and lay the ham and cheese on it. Cover with the other slice and grill (or broil?) for about 1-2 minutes. Then turn over on the the other side and grill for another 1-2 minutes.

Voilà un Croque Monsieur.

For the Croque Madame fry an egg while grilling the sandwich and lay on top of it when finished.
C'est la Croque Madame.

Croque comes from the word croquer (I think) and means crunch or munch. So, a croque monsieur is Mr. Crunch wink.gif

great to do with kids btw wink.gif
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