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May 9, 2011

Club Sandwich

This sandwich took forever to make, was super messy, but mighty tasty! There are some interesting mayo mixes incorporated into this sandwich which are super easy to make. Try this for your next lunch!

Here's the recipe adapted from Pioneer Woman.

Prep Time: 10 min | Cooking Time: 15 min | Difficulty: Easy | Serves: 2

6 slices Sandwich Bread
Tablespoons Mayonnaise
Tablespoon Prepared Basil Pesto (I used a store-bought pesto from Trader Joe's)Tablespoon Prepared Sundried Tomato Pesto (I used a store-bought pesto from Trader Joe's)
4 slices BaconCut In Half
4 ounces Shaved Ham
4 ounces Shaved Turkey
2 Whole AvocadosPeeled And Sliced
2 slices Cheese (SwissMozzarella, Etc.)
Romaine Or Green Leaf Lettuce

1. Toast bread in toaster until light golden brown. Set aside.

2. Fry bacon until just barely crisp, then drain on a paper towel. Set aside.

3. Mix together 2 tablespoons mayonnaise with prepared basil pesto; in a separate bowl, mix additional 2 tablespoons mayonnaise with sundried tomato pesto.

To Make One Sandwich:

4. Spread two pieces of bread with basil pesto. On one piece of bread, lay ham on top of pesto mayo, then top with cheese and lettuce. On other piece of bread, lay the slices of ½ avocado on top of the pesto mayo. Top avocado with bacon. Lift the second slice of bread (the one with avocado and bacon) and place it, ingredient side down, on top of the first piece of bread.

5. For the second layer: On the top of the top piece of bread, spread the sundried tomato mayonnaise. Spread one side of the third piece of bread with sundried tomato mayonnaise. Place ham, cheese, and lettuce on top. Place other half of the avocado slices on the other piece of bread. Top with bacon slices. Place this piece of bread, ingredient side down, on top of the first piece of bread.

6. Use a sharp knife to cut the sandwich in half (on the diagonal) then again in fourths.

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