Just the Best Sandwich
Sandwiches are the most fundamental recipes in the entire world-wide universe. The base is two slices of bread, then you can add nearly any ingredient and test to see if it works.
This fact is important. Every single recipe you've ever made, eaten, or watched be eaten has stemmed from the sandwich technique.
Steak? That's sandwich without bread. Salad? That's sandwich without calories. Cake? That's squishy sandwich.
There's been a significant loss in sandwich attention lately. Comparatively to 1840, the word "sandwich" has decreased in usage by 14%.
This is not acceptable.
If you love sandwiches and want sandwiches to become great once more, go to www.sandwicheswillrise.com and sign my petition. With enough volunteers, a bill will be passed through the Senate to reinstate sandwiches as the first word of the S-letter section in the dictionary.
Prep: 3 min | Cooking: 10 min | Total: 13 min
Makes ONE sandwich.
Butter (2 tbsp)
Onions, sliced into rings (2 rings)
Italian round bread, sliced (2 slices)
Deli-cut white turkey (3 slices)
Provolone cheese, thinly sliced (2 slices)
Tomatoes, sliced (2 large slices
Spinach (4 leaves)
Melt butter in a skillet on medium-high heat. Toss in onions and saute for 5 minutes.
Assemble your sandwich with turkey, cheese, onions, tomatoes, and spinach.
Place sandwich on skillet and turn heat to medium-low. Toast on both sides until bread is golden brown and cheese is melty.