We’re having a typical Tokyo spring—alternating warm and cool days. It’s hard to decide what to wear, so I’m putting on (and taking off) a lot of layers. With that as a theme, today’s recipe is has lots of layers, too.
The sandwiches that Dagwood eats in the comic Blondie are legendarily huge. He puts all sorts of unlikely things on them and really piles it high. This one fakes it a bit by stacking individual sandwiches on top of one another. You can substitute anything in this sandwich—the more ingredients the merrier—and it’s agreat way to use up leftovers.
serves 2-3 people or one comic strip character
6 slices bread (white, wheat, rye or any combination)
1 sandwich bun
2 oz/60 gr deli ham
2 slices swiss cheese
2 oz/60 gr roast beef
2 slices cheddar cheese
2 slices red onion
3 oz/80 gr salad filling: egg, tuna, chicken potato, ham, etc.
3 slices bacon
4 oz/100 gr deli turkey or turkey leftovers
1 tomato, thinly sliced
3 lettuce leaves
1 gerkhin, halved
Mayonnaise, mustard, horseradish, butter, ketchup, as desired
2 long bamboo skewers
Posted by kuri at February 26, 2004 03:38 PM
Tod thinks the round sandwich looks better on top. I like the whimsy of sandwiching it in the middle…it’s up to you!