Jamie says: Do you like my plate? I made it in 1993. Kathryn and I used to decorate plates every year when we were younger through my Mom’s junior women’s club. We would get this circular piece of paper that reminded me of tracing paper, and then we would use markers to color it. A month or so later, we would get it back and it would be hardened; we used to eat lunches off them. We now have a stash of these plates, some of which I recently brought up to college. I can’t believe it, but I’m going to be starting my 6th year of school here next week. Boy how time flies…
Turkey Pastrami Feta Crunch Sandwich Ingredients:
- 2 slices Arnold 100% whole wheat bread
- 1 Tbsp inglehoffer honey mustard
- 1/8 lb Boar’s Head pastrami seasoned turkey
- 2 thin slices sweet onion
- 4 thin slices vine-ripened tomato
- dash sea salt
- dash freshly ground pepper
- 1/2 tsp fresh basil
- 1/4 c Publix spinach
- 1/4 c Publix feta reduced fat crumbled cheese
- PAM original no-stick cooking spray
- 10 Terra exotic harvest sweet onion exotic vegetable chips
- 7 slices cucumber
- 3 Tbsp Athenos roasted garlic hummus
- Pre-heat George Forman grill. Spread honey mustard on both sides of bread. Add meat to bread.
- Thinly slice onion. Add onion to top of meat. Wash tomato and thinly slice. Add salt, pepper, and basil to tomato and add to sandwich. Add spinach then feta to sandwich and put the other slice of bread on top.
- Spray grill with PAM. Toast sandwich in the grill for about 5 minutes. Meanwhile, wash and slice cucumber and scoop hummus onto plate. When sandwich is done cooking, remove from heat and add chips to sandwich. Serves: 1. Enjoy!
I love the combination of flavors from the feta cheese, veggie chips, and honey mustard! The chips added a nice crunch, too.
- Nutrition note: Try substituting vegetable chips for potato chips. Terra exotic harvest sweet onion vegetable chips contain carrots, blue potatoes, and kabocha squash. A serving of these chips contains about 12% of your fiber and 25% of your vitamin A needs for the day.