Sunday, February 13, 2011

Sandwiches

Okay, now like any other man, I love a well made sandwich sometimes but not everything is always readily available at home which can cause having to go shopping.  Well, if you have canned chunk light tuna, ham/turkey, chicken, cheese, and of course any type of bread, then you can make some damn good sandwiches.

First up is a standard Ham, Turkey, and Cheese panini. Now to the left is the panini press I use at home. It is just the perfect size for two sandwiches. Anyways, you will need any type of bread. In this case I used a nice thick cut white bread with a little butter on it. Then take some ham, any type is good, white meat turkey, and either mozzarella, cheddar, or American cheese. Then take some Grey Poupon or any mustard and spread it on the bread.  Put it on your griddle just long enough until you see that your bread is toasty and your cheese is malting right out of the sandwich. Then eat.

And my personal favorite is the classic Tuna Sandwich, with a twist of course.  Take one can of chunk light tuna in either water or oil, and drain all the liquid out of it.  Make sure the tuna is dry of 80-90% of the liquid it was packed in.  Then mix that with 2-3 Tablespoons of Mayonnaise and 1-2 Tablespoons of Dill Pickle Relish into a bowl. Then add some salt and pepper to taste. Refrigerate for at least an hour or overnight if you want. Then toast your bread. Then take your tuna mixture and spread it on one slice of bread, then add some tomato and alfalfa. Then cut diagonally and serve with some BBQ Lay's potato chips. Mmm-mmm.

Now for some Egg Salad sandwich action. Take 2 hard boiled eggs.  Mash them with a fork with 1-2 Tablespoons Mayonnaise.  Then 1 Tablespoon of Relish.  Then mix in salt and pepper to your taste.  Then spread on your bread and add lettuce and tomato to your liking.

These are my favorite sandwich creations and next blog is going to be drinks :D. Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic of course to suit all tastes.

18 comments:

  1. Thats sounds like some good tuna. I had a ham sandwich today and it was good.

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  2. Definitely gotta write these down.

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  3. tuna is horrible but i love sandwiches. Grilled chicken with teriyaki sauce and swiss cheese is fantastic

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  4. Sounds pretty delicious. I'm always up for good sandwiches. Keep 'em coming.
    Following.

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  5. Good sandwiches? I have a woman for that! Nah I kid, all this sounds great. I am going to try the egg salad one tomorrow!

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  6. Hell, I've lived off egg salad for weeks at a time. Eggs and mayo=cheap and plenty of protein.

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  7. Tuna Sandwich and Lays chips? My mouth is watering just thinking about it.

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  8. Damn. Im going to make a sandwhich now! Followed.

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  9. you tortue me with food! i am broke!

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  10. The George Foreman grill is cheap, capable panini press, btw!

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  11. My mom made this thing once... I forget what it was called. Tuna Toasties or something? They were reallyyyy good. haha. it's like tuna and mashed potatoes and cheddar on toast.

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  12. Making me hungry man, I must go make a samwich now haha.

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  13. Wow you have some awesome recipes. Definitely going to try some of these out. Did you learn from books or on your own?

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  14. sandwiches are the best as they are nice and simple to make!

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  15. I'm literally living on them!

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