Just enjoyed an immense Monte Cristo sandwich for brunch and it got me thinking. Much like a line from Gavin & Stacy ..... what are your favourite sandwiches?
I have been compiling a list of my favourites and have started formatting recipes of my top 20. The link below will take you to my article on sandwiches, the history of, tidbits about, facts and trivia along with links to all the recipes I will be posting and to the ones I already have
Hope you enjoy, and also take the time to post some feedback and add you own ideas and favourites
Marmite and crisps sandwiches, Dairylea and crisps, cold sausage and piccalli or peanut butter and banana - all good simple fillings. For posh days (!) brie and cranberry panninis can't be beaten....
works for me, especially the first one. Memories of my childhood that one
Club Sandwich recipe now addded
"cut lettuce into chiffonnade", ... now that's posh! :-)
Jam and crisps sandwiches were my favoirte as a child. Strawberry, raspberry or black current jam with beef, bacon or chicken flavoured crisps. Sounds grim but tastes great.
@Philip - yeah, sorry about that. even though i keep it in the back of mind, that i need to adjust recipes for non professionals the occasional culinary term will slip in. still, makes for interaction :-) on my way to adjust recipe now
@Philip - recipe adjusted/edited.
RE sausage monster, yep it's a bit out there, but my grand kids loved it :-)
@Paul - hmmm, interesting combos
Along similar (ish) lines to sausage monster, I've been thinking of trying this
Mild cheese (i.e. mild cheddar or similar), red onion & apricot preserve/jam. The mutts nuts!
Mild cheese, what's the point?!!!
This one is a monster of a sandwich, not for the faint hearted or those on a calorie controlled diet. Takes a bit of prep, but well worth it. The infamous Francesinha!!
Well Philip, food is all about combining texture & flavour to create taste mate.
Sorry Huw, you're right, and each to their own is how it should be.
(sorry to hear about your mutt though ! )