It’s the classic among sandwiches and it’s quick and easy to make: New York Club Sandwich. Club sandwich is a classic sandwich that was first described in 1894. There are different varieties of it, like a “New York Club Sandwich” it consists of three slices of bread. We’ll tell you the recipe.
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Ingredients for the New York Club Sandwich:
You will need: 250 grams of chicken breast fillet (if you want it really easy, you can also use 6 slices of chicken breast spread), 6 slices of sandwich toast, 6 strips of bacon, 2 medium-sized eggs, 3 leaves of iceberg or romaine lettuce, 1 tomato, 1 teaspoon mustard, 50 grams of mayonnaise, salt and pepper
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And this is how the New York Club Sandwich is made:
1. First season the chicken breast fillet and fry it with vegetable oil or a little clarified butter. If you are using the ready-made chicken breast spread, skip directly to the next step.
2. Now fry the bacon slices in a coated pan without adding fat. Then drain on a kitchen towel.
3. Now mix the mayonnaise with mustard and taste with salt and pepper. Now add the chopped lettuce leaves. Mix well!
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4. Now toast the six slices of toast.
5. Spread four of the toast slices with the salad-mayonnaise-mustard mixture. Then top two of them with the chicken breast fillet. Then comes the other two slices of toast with the salad mixture on top.
6. The tomato slices are placed on the toast slice tower, followed by the hard-boiled and sliced eggs. Now place the bacon on top and season everything again.
7. Now place the two remaining slices of toast on top and fix everything with a toothpick. Cut diagonally once. Done!
The British John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich (1718-1792) is widely regarded as the inventor of the sandwich. “He had frying slices sandwiched between two slices of bread so he could eat this sandwich, which will be named after him, at the game table without cutlery,” explains cookbook author Margit Proebst from the story of the famous snack. Since then, countless varieties of the sandwich have been developed and real classics such as the club sandwich, which is now served all over the world, have emerged.