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    Default Fancy sanddwiches for baptism

    I am having DS baptised Sunday and I was going to order food but as its a SUnday its really hard to get!!!!

    So i am going to do a few sambos, need something easy but tasty - any suggestions?


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    Chicken cheese & avo
    Ham tomato & Swiss cheese
    Roast beef & salad
    Egg & lettuce

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    Subway do platters, might be worth looking at.

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    Turkey, cranberry and lettuce
    Prawn , avocado and rocket
    Roast beef, lettuce, pickles
    Chicken , avocado , eggplant,spinach
    Goats cheese, tomato, rocket,basil
    Tuna, mayo, lettuce
    Crab,cucumber,mayo,mustard

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    Sundried tomatoes, olives, feta cheese, salami.
    Chargrilled red capsicum, baby rocket leaves, potato cut into small pieces & prosciutto.
    Adding basil pesto to sandwiches is great as well.

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    Although I realise it seems crazy to use a recipe for sandwiches, but once I did actually use one when I made sandwiches to take to a family lunch. They were a huge hit and it's actually really handy to have the recipe so that you get the proportions of ingredients right. A couple of my Aunts even asked for the recipe, that's how much they liked it. Here it is:

    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/1218/finger+sandwiches

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    Hi there, Congratulations on getting your DS baptised! I'm not sure where you live, but if you are near a Woolworths, you might want to take a look at the Always Fresh Sandwich Fillers (they are in little tubs near the small goods section). I had to make a bunch of fancy sandwiches for a party recently and used the sandwich pastes - I used the Tandoori flavour paste and just added rocket lettuce, and then I used the Curried Egg flavour with shredded iceberg lettuce. Anyway, they were very quick to use - I made 50 sandwiches in less than half an hour - and the sandwiches looked and tasted very fancy! (If you have - or can borrow - an electric knife that makes the process even faster!) I haven't tried any of the other flavours so can't really make a recommendation on them.

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    Roast vegetables
    shredded chicken, mayo, slivered almonds and finely chopped celery (mix it all up in a bowl and spread on)
    roast pumpkin and crumbled feta
    gouda, leg ham and tomato relish

    Hmmm, that's all I can think of at the moment.

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    You need to have curried egg sandwiches. It always seems to appear on sandwich platters. My advice is to stick to plainer sandwich like the ones suggested above. I wouldn't go adding mustard or things like that-there is nothing worse than biting into a ham/cheese sanga and getting that awful mustard taste. Lol

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    Haloumi is another great thing to add to sandwiches! Yum, yum!


 

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