It’s time for another edition of Bacon and Fozziemom’s Shopping Around the World. This month we were suppose to make a sandwitches and list the prices. Well, we thought of some really different sandwitches…easy to make too, like peanut butter and jam but decided we should put some effort into it. Effort…means dinner, so mom and dad had the sandwitches for dinner.
Here is the recipe for our sandwitch which is called:
Shoko’s Salami Cream Cheese Sandwitch
8 ounces of cream cheese $3.69
1/4 cup finely chopped green onion $0.75
1/4 cup finely chopped dill (fresh) $2.99
1 garlic clove, pressed $0.25
8 slices of sandwich bread (I used rye bread) $ 2.00
8-10 oz. of your favourite salami (I used Polish and Parmesan Salami)
Parmesan Salami 50 grams $1.90
Polish Salami 50 grams $2.00
1 Vine Ripened tomato $0.67
4 leaves of lettuce(I used Romaine cause it sounded exotic) $0.25
1. In a small bowl combine 8 oz. cream cheese, 1/4 Cup green onions, 1/4 Cup dill, and press in 1 garlic clove. Mash herbs into the cream cheese.
2. Spread about 1 – 2 tbsp. of the cream cheese on one side of each bread slice.
3. Top with lettuce and about 6-8 pieces of salami.
4. Mom tucked a thinly sliced tomato between the lettuce and meat so the sandwich wouldn’t get soggy. They look like cannibals with liquid dripping from their lips.MOL Here are the sandwitches with the cream cheese mixture on each piece of bread. Voila…our sandwitches. This sandwitch is not cheap. The meal will cost you about $14.50. However there is lots of meat left over. Egads mom…they don’t look so appealing. Oh, I see…these really taste good friends….they just look kinda messy. No mom I can’t lie….they are messy looking but they don’t drip! MOL