Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Three for Two

When it is time for just a light dinner for two how about “slider” sandwiches? This is also great idea for luncheons or teas! A different take on tiny sandwiches.

A tasty meal of three different bite sized sandwiches served with chips! Go for it. If you find you like one more than others,make that one your signature.

6 half sized buns
½ lbs deli roast beef
½ lbs of deli ham (any sweet variety)
½ lbs of Havarti cheese
1 slice of American cheese
1 pkg frozen grilled fish fillets
2 Tbs tarter sauce
2 Tbs cream cheese spread with pineapple
½ small onion thin sliced

Preheat the oven according to directions on the frozen fish. Place 1 fillet in a pan and start that to bake. 

Peel the onion and cut top & bottom off then cut down the center. Carefully using a mandolin slicer slice up the onion so that there are short sticks of onion. Bag and freeze most of this, you will only use less than ½ a cup.

Take out about 6 slices of the roast beef and cut in across making two long pieces, then slice them up in ½ inch slices.

Mix these with the onion so that it is about twice as much beef as onion. Set aside while you do the same slicing of the ham.

If needed, cut the buns apart and lay out 4 tops. Place a Tbs of tarter sauce on two of the tops and a Tbs of the cream cheese on two others. Cut the Havarti to bun size and lay out two and cut a piece of American cheese.

When the fish has about 10 minutes to go, heat a sprayed skillet to medium heat.
Add the onion and beef mixture and cook for 5 minutes to get well heated.

At this point separate into two small piles and add two piles of the ham to heat.

When its time to take the fish out of the oven, lay Havarti cheese on the two piles of beef & onion, cover and turn off the heat.

When the fish fillet is done, cut in half and lay the pieces of American cheese on each, place on bottom buns and top with the tarter sauce tops.

Take out the ham stacks and place them on two of the bottoms and top with the cream cheese tops. Then remove the beef and cheese, they do not require any topping but feel free if you wish.

Serve with sides of chips or pretzels.

A surprising taste for your Master or guests.

So honored to be serving my Master


To satisfy and restore.
To nourish, support and maintain.
To gratify, spoil, comfort and please,
to nurture, assist, and sustain
..I cook!

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The Little Black Book of Indiscreet Recipes 


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