This sandwich is so simple yet so jam packed full of flavor. During the summer of 2008 I actually worked in the food court of Costco, I smelt like french fries and pizza for I swear a month after working there. Costco was actually a great place to work for and I can say without lying that I still eat in their food court even after working in it. They make great fast food there and this sandwich is a staple in the Canadian Costco's. Everything on this sandwich, minus the pickles because those are my Ryder families recipe, you can buy from Costco.
So if you are just stumped for ideas for a meal that you want minimal prep for here is a great one for you.
3 Whole Grain Triangle Ciabetta Buns
6 Slices of Old Cheddar Cheese
3 Packages of Dunn's Montreal Smoked Meat, or a similar brand
3 Large Dill Pickles
In a medium sized pot fill 2/3 of the way with water, bring to a boil and add smoked meat packages to the water. Cook over medium high heat for 20 to 25 minutes.
Cut the buns in the center to allow to open up like two slices of bread. Spread either mayo or butter on first (my husband loves the butter version, I love the mayo), then add the yellow mustard.
Slice the cheese into fairly thin slices, you want it to melt a bit when it touches the hot meat, set it aside. Slice the pickles into thin slices.
When meat it done, slice open packages and drain excess liquid and water. spread out and place on the inside of the bun. Add cheese on top and then the pickles, put top of bun back on. Grab lots of napkins because the juices will be flowing!
Serve right away and enjoy!!
See so easy! Anyone could make this meal!
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