Last night, I prematurely posted a link to a sandwich recipe on my friend Erinâ€™s blog. I say prematurely, because at the time, I merely thought it looked good enough to share. Oh, people. I had no idea. I went grocery shopping today, and bought the fixinâ€™s to make Erinâ€™s current favorite sandwich for lunch. I did give it a little bit of my own twist by adding a slice of turkey (which happened to also serve to satisfy Erinâ€™s recommendation that if one does not want to enjoy a side of kettle chips with the sandwich, at least add a sprinkle of salt).
People, I was OMGing about this as I was eating it, and for at least a half hour after Iâ€™d inhaled it. This sandwich will change your life. Ok, maybe not really. But OH-EM-GEE itâ€™s so GOOD! Perhaps the only other thing I might add would be some bacon in lieu of the turkey, but Iâ€™m trying to behave myself, and the turkey obviously fits that bill much better.
So, the gist is this: layer mashed avocado, radish, cheese (provolone or havarti â€“ I did provolone because my deli counter was out of havarti), turkey, cucumber, and lots of sprouts between two slices of your favorite bread. I used plain olâ€™ wheat. Erin prefers oat bread. Personally, I think itâ€™d be amazeballs on Ezekiel bread.
Do yourself a favor. Try this. And please, visit Erinâ€™s page to see just how she made it, and also her gorgeous step-by-step photos.