The Amazing New York Club Sandwich is one of our favorites. Their names are internationally known: Club sandwich, pastrami sandwich or the famous toast slices with peanut butter and jelly. But what makes soft bread with toppings so successful?

The inventor of the sandwich is generally regarded as the British John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich (1718-1792). “He had roast slices clamped between two slices of bread so that he could eat this sandwich, named after him in future, at the gaming table without cutlery,” says the story of the famous snack.



Why are Sandwiches so amazing?


If you want to serve original sandwiches with tea or beer and wine, you don’t really need a recipe. When it comes to sandwiches, there are no limits to creativity and imagination. Purists, however, swear by white bread instead of toast – it should be without rind and can be toasted. You spread it with soft butter or special sandwich creams (“spreads”).

Even with the classics, there are no limits to your own creativity. People see the possibility of having the ingredients for each sandwich put together individually in the restaurant or deli as an important characteristic of American sandwich culture. In addition to the corned beef sandwich with sauerkraut, one of the sandwich classics in the USA is the pastrami sandwich, for which the traditional New York deli “Katz’s Delicatessen” is famous worldwide.

Between two slices there are salad leaves, hard boiled eggs, thinly sliced roasts and smoked salmon, just about everything your heart desires. Nowadays, of course, you can also vary the bread: Bagels or wholemeal sandwiches are just as popular as toast bread. Bagels and sandwiches can be topped with avocado, ham, cheese and omelette.

Try our Amazing New York Club Sandwich recipe today. It is quickly prepared, healthy and very tasty.





200 g chicken breast fillet

½ TL Chili Powder

1 tbsp sunflower oil

8 slices of bacon

1 avocado

½ Head Salad

12 slices whole grain toast bread

4 tbsp tomato ketchup

2 tbsp mayonnaise

salt and pepper

½ Lime, the juice





Preheat the oven to 180 C.

Season the chicken breast fillet with salt, pepper and chilli powder. Heat the sunflower oil in an ovenproof pan. Brown the chicken on both sides. Place in the oven and fry for about 15 minutes.

Fry the bacon in a pan until crispy without adding any fat, drain on kitchen paper.

Peel and halve the avocado, remove the seed and cut into thin slices. Sprinkle the slices with lime juice and season with salt and pepper. Wash the lettuce leaves and pat dry.

Roast the toast slices, spread 4 slices with tomato ketchup. Cut the chicken breast into thin slices, place on the toast slices and place the bacon on top. Cover with another 4 toast slices and cover with mayonnaise, salad and avocado slices. Place the remaining toast slices on top and fix with toothpicks. Cut the sandwiches into triangles.

If you want to know more about the club sandwich, have a look at the club sandwich Story


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