Tuesday 12 October 2010

Vegetarian Club Sandwich

There is nothing quite like a good sandwich, it is something that I am quite the expert at, I got to say. So what makes the perfect sandwich? 

Essientially it is ingredients that all compliment each other in taste and flavour, something you got to be able to take in your hands. If you eat your sandwich with a knife & fork there is something wrong….

If you check the Sandwich section to my blog you will see some other sandwich ideas but today I am going to talk about the Club Sandwich. 

There are a few golden rules in my book here before we start:
- The Club Sandwich is always a triple decker affair
- The Bread should be really fresh
- You will toast the middle piece of bread and let this get cool – this will offer the sandwich a delicious crispy crunch when you bite into it
- Use only fresh ingredients for best results (treat yourself to top quality tomatoes and cheese)
- Divide your sandwich into 2 distinct sandwichs that will sit on top of each other. You want the flavours here to compliment each other and not battle against each other.
- Use my Tomato Chutney in this sandwich

Serves 2

6 slices of Bread
2 Roma tomatoes
1 spring onion
½ Cucumber
Handful fresh coriander leaves
4 slices of cheese (whichever is your favourite, I like to use an older cheese personally)
Grained Mustard
Tomato Chutney 

Cooking Utensils
Chopping Board
Sharp Knife

- Toast 2 of your slices of bread at a low level, when toasted let cool completely
- Remove the skin from your Cucumber & slice evenly, also slice your tomatoes
- Finely chop your spring onion & coriander

- Place your 4 remaining slices of bread on a plate and lightly butter all 4.
- On 2 slices you will spread some mustard & Mayo and on the other 2 just Mayo.
- To assemble sandwich place your sliced tomato, cucumber & coriander on the bread with just the Mayo. 
- Spread mayo on one side of the toasted bread and place on top of the tomato/cucumber/coriander sandwich.

- In the next sandwich you will want to have Mayo/Cheese/Chutney/Spring Onion/Cheese sequence
- Place your last fresh slice of bread on top and cut into 2 Triangles


1 comment:

  1. Rubberdingy rapids13 October 2010 at 16:43

    You have no idea how badly I want to eat one of those..... do you do deliveries?


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