Sunday, June 19, 2011

Triple Decker Club Sandwiches

These sandwiches originated from a Jewish Deli nearby. We would only get them on special occasions, because they were very expensive. I can make a whole tray of these for about $20.00.

I usually would make them for New Year's Eve and everyone would look forward to having them. Now, they seem to be requested for any old thing going on. Like my son is moving and asked for them to feed his "helpers". They are officially known as "those sandwiches".

I'm very fussy about the ingredients though.  For some reason, the store brand rye bread works the best, has to be Thumann's coleslaw from the deli, and the best turkey and corned beef you can buy.

  • 1 lb. turkey breast
  • 1 lb. corned beef - sliced very thin
  • 1/2 lb. good swiss cheese
  • 1 lb. cole slaw
  • 2 loaves Rye Bread with seeds (optional)
  • Thousand Island Dressing
  • Sweet pickles for garnish (optional - you can garnish with grape tomatoes, olives, etc.
Spread first slice of bread with Thousand Island Dressing.  Top with corned beef and some slaw.

Top with second slice of bread and more dressing.  Add turkey and swiss on next layer and more cole slaw.

Top with third slice of bread with dressing.  Cut into four sandwiches, secure with fancy toothpicks with pickles.

These sandwiches are better if made a little bit in advance or even the day before.
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  1. I can really sit down to one of these right now your club is awesome!

  2. This is the coolest sandwich I have seen in a long time. Never would have thought about putting cole slaw, with corned beef and thousand island. You know it's gotta be good!

  3. That is one serious sandwich. I think that could make two meals. I love extra meat!

  4. Delightful and yummy!
    All of us are always here to support you.

  5. Oh, this is my kind of sandwich! I'm glad to be a new follower and will be looking around now....

  6. "Those sandwiches" sound awesome. No wonder they are requested all the time. Thanks for sharing.



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