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Trusy crusty butties
Member Name: Superjim03
Advantages: Quick and tasty
Disadvantages: Not good if you can't eat bread
Ah the sandwich. Prince of the breakfasts on the move, King of the late night snack, Grandmaster of the workday lunch. I love the little beggars, my recipes are extensive and varied and I include a couple below for your gastronomic delight!
Ham (off the bone is better than processed) Grated cheddar cheese, a lashing of garlic mayo on a brown or white bread roll. Quick and tasty for lunch. Add slices of cold boiled potato to make this into The Tea Spoiler
The Captains Table
Tinned tuna mixed with one large ripe chopped tomato, ground pepper and a tablespoon of plain mayo. Better if granary roll is used. Eat as soon as possible, if you cling film it there is danger of breadsogging!
The Breakfast Special
Crispy Bacon x 3 rashers, eggs scrambled with a drop of milk a knob of butter and a few drops of tabasco.
chopped parsley on top, best on medium cut sliced bread.
The Midnight Cowboy
Three slices of toasted white bread, on the bottom spread lightly with pickle or chutney and a few slices of shaved turkey breast topped with thinly sliced tomato. Add the second slice of toast and on top of this a slice of swiss cheese, thinly sliced ham and a few leaves of lettuce. Spread the third slice with mayo and balance it on top. Serve with plain crisps and a glass of milk. Best late at night with a movie!
When the Spaniard met the Frenchman.
On a white or brown baguette rip up a few slices of salami and finely slicy chorizo, add a few chunks of brie and grill for one minute. Stick a few sliced white grapes into the melted brie. Stick his bready beret on and have with a glass of crisp white wine.
The Meat Hater
Shredded cabbage, carrot, onion and cheese with a small amount of salad cream, weird but wild! Use granary sliced bread.
Viva El Mexico
On a soft tortilla spoon and smooth a couple of tablespoons of hot chilli con carne, a teaspoon of sour cream, sliced avacado and a few Tortilla crisps, fold and place in a sandwich maker or large toaster for a couple of minutes.
Hope these get your tastebuds going, message me if you've got any better ones
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