A triple decker sandwich to satisfy the hunger of any midfielder or batsman and prefect for the cricket tea. Made with thick slices of oatmeal or granary bread and filled with a tempting array of local ingredients: roast ham, Wensleydale cheese, fresh tomatoes and chutney. This sandwich is especially tasty if you can use homemade chutney and homemade bread, sliced to order.
3 slices oatmeal or granary bread
British butter, or spread of your choice
1 thick slice of British roast ham
40g Wensleydale cheese, crumbled
½ tomato, sliced thinly
1 tablespoon chutney, or pickle
Salt and pepper to taste
Home-made bread and chutney are great when used in this sandwich.
Butter two slices of bread on one side and one slice on both sides. Place the one slice of buttered bread on a plate and lay the tomato slices on top – season with salt and pepper to taste, then add the crumbled Wensleydale cheese.
Place the twice buttered slice of bread on top, and then lay the ham on top – spoon the chutney over the ham and place the last slice of buttered bread on top.
Press gently but firmly and then cut with a breads knife into four squares rather than triangles. Serve immediately with a cuppa! (Serves one hungry person.)