I’m an odd one who likes to have a sandwich for breakfast. I’ll pass up eggs, cereal, french toast, pancakes, waffles for a sandwich. Though I like all of those things, I prefer this sandwich. When I visit my parents, I’m always sure to get some jalapeño chicken sausage and make a sandwich out of it for breakfast. Unfortunately, I can’t find any pork-free chicken sausage here, though I’m sure they exist, so I opt for this vegetarian version.
With or without chicken sausage I am a lover of cheese, bread with almost any other combination. I like to add basil, chives, and/or cilantro as well. My sister and I came up with this (genius ;)) combination for breakfast. We’re big on sandwiches and are known to turn meals into a sandwich. All you really need is bread.
Spicy chilies and flavors are also a favorite of mine. Hence, the radishes and jalapeños . I think everything melds so nicely here: spicy, creamy, and fresh. The textures all work, too. Not too shabby if I say so myself. I have created the perfect form of food in a sandwich. Yes, I’m being totally sarcastic and I’m sure someone reading this will turn their nose up at this and think, “what is she going on about???” Regardless, this is my favorite breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner for when I’m not in the mood for something that takes effort to make and after eating this sandwich I’m truly satisfied.
My Favorite Sandwich
There are absolutely no directions on how to make this sandwich. I’ll give you some rough ideas and you go ahead and make your perfect sandwich.
nice hearty bread (I used honey, nut, flax)
good quality tomatoes, like heirloom
jalapeño peppers (fresh or pickled)
cheese of your choice (I used a semi-soft sheep’s milk cheese.)
herbs: basil, chives, cilantro, dried herbs de Provence
extra-virgin olive oil
Toast bread drizzle on olive oil and dress with toppings of your choice. I make them open-faced. Easy!