Friday, 29 August 2014

Celebrating crisp sarnie week

Seabrook crisps tell us that they are celebrating National Crisp Sandwich week. Call a sandwich what you like, a sarnie, a piece, a butty, there are plenty of alternative names, with literally hundreds of different fillings, from sweet to savoury, hot or cold we all have our favourites. A sandwich is
 a food item consisting of one or more types of food placed on or between slices of bread (wiki) 

I was going to do bacon, lattice and tomato, as a nice play on words, but cannot find lattice crisps in my area at all.

So I thought I would share this one with you instead.

Makes enough for either twelve open slices or six slices stacked.

Pre heat oven to 180oC and

cook six slices of bacon and chop into small pieces.

When removing bacon from oven place twelve garlic bread slices on a tray and put into the oven.

Meanwhile chop three tomatoes

crush a packet of salted crisps

and grate some cheese, lacto free if you prefer.

Mix together the cooked bacon, tomato, crushed crisps and grated cheese. 

Remove garlic bread slices from the oven and top with the mixture. I haven't added seasoning as I used salted crisps. 

You can either top all twelve pieces with an equal amount of topping and serve as an open sandwich as I did, or you could pile more onto six of the pieces and then top with the other six giving a more traditional sandwich once the topping has melted. 

Return to the oven for three or four minutes until melted and warmed through.

Serve immediately. If you want this goes nicely with a side salad. 

bacon, crisp, cheese and tomato open sandwich made on garlic bread

This recipe is an entry into the National Crisp Sarnie Week competition with Seabrook crisps

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