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    Recipes Potato Chip Sandwich

    Domestic Goddess Jun 2, 2012

    1. Domestic Goddess

      Domestic Goddess Regular Chatter

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      This is one of my favorite sandwiches to make and eat!
      I cannot take credit for creating this sandwich though,
      as mydesigirl had posted this sandwich recipe at food.com
      I did modify the recipe somewhat.

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      Potato Chip Sandwich

      2 slices bread, or 1 hoagie roll, or 1 hamburger bun
      mayonnaise or salad dressing (add desired amount)
      leafy green lettuce, optional
      4 slices of deli-style lunch meat, any kind (*See note)
      2 thinly sliced tomatoes
      5-6 slices of pickles
      1-2 thin slices of cheese, (I used Colby-Jack)
      rippled potato chips (as many as you can stack on)

      Spread mayonnaise or salad dressing, on both slices of bread, hoagie roll, or hamburger bun(s).

      Add a bit of leafy green lettuce, to one side of the bread, the hoagie roll, or the hamburger bun.

      Top with slices of cheese, deli meat, tomatoes, pickles, rippled potato chips, and top it off with the second slice of bread, or the bun. (If using a hamburger bun, you'll only need to add one tomato slice to the bun.)

      This makes: 1 sandwich (1 serving)

      *Note: When making this sandwich, you can use either smoked turkey breast meat, or perhaps a honey-smoked turkey breast, or even the deli-style (shaved) mesquite turkey breast meat. And when I use the shaved meat, I'll add 6 slices to my hoagie roll, since the meat is sliced very thin. One other thing, you can add thin slices of red onion to your sandwich, if desired.
       
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    2. Naiwen

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      Sounds sooo perfect & most excellent too... thanks.