Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Crisp Sandwiches...


Rightly or wrongly I am quite partial to a crisp sandwich.  It seems that a lot of people out there have an opinion on the matter as well.

Soft white bread, lunch box warm fillings, and the hurried addition of whatever crisps are to hand remind me of the school trips and bus journeys of my childhood.  My favourite crisp sandwich is simply disgusting by normal standards but in the world of wrong sandwiches it is king.

Simply described it contains Cheese spread, Frazzles, and Salad Cream.  Bacon Fries are acceptable if you can find them but they aren’t really what you could consider an upgrade in all honesty.

Butter your bread, smush on some cheese spread, throw in your crisps, splash on some salad cream, and you are done.  You’ll want to eat the fucker quickly before anyone finds out what you are doing.

13 comments:

  1. Butter and ready salted crisps. Beauty.

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  2. Indeed. :-)

    I am also very partial to the chip butty. White bread, lots of butter, chips, liberally salted.

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  3. I always find that salt and vinegar crisps lend a edge to sandwich proceedings

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  4. Damn, I replied using my company's google + profile.......doh!

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  5. I'd never considered putting Frazzles in a sandwich before. Must try this!

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  6. I love fish finger sandwiches. I used to have tomato sauces, but now I have come over all posh and have tartar sauce.

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  7. Oh man, am I going to be the odd one out here? I never really got the point of crisp sandwiches (or indeed chip butties *dons tin hat*), all those sharp edges hidden in soft bread. Nope. Never did it for me. Mind you, I don't really like crisps that much.

    On the other hand I used to dip uncooked spaghetti into honey and eat it as a teenager, so I wouldn't take my views on food particularly seriously... ;D

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  8. I love love love Salt n Vinegar and cheddar cheese sandwiches! delicious. In fact I'm inspired to go off to make one now!

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  9. Sounds lovely (apart from the salad cream). My guilty pleasure, sandwich wise, is one made with sliced white bread spread with a thick layer of real butter (none of that low fat shite) and smothered with a layer of hot freshly cooked petit pois (Birds Eye are best). Delicious! I practically lived on them in my student days :-)

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  10. yummy, ill need to give this a try i think.

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  11. Cheese and crunchy peanut butter make for a surprisingly pleasant sarnie combo..with or without crisps

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  12. White bread, butter, strawberry jam and cheese and onion crisps mmm

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