How do you make a toasted sandwich?
1.you get two pieces of bread
2.put them in the toaster till they are lightly golden
3.take them out
4.put a spread or somthing on them (peanut butter,butter,jelly,honey,tuna,egg e.t.c
Chili's seems to have 2 different turkey sandwiches. The calories in each are as follows: California Turkey Club Toasted Sandwich: 750 calories (350 calories from fat) Classic Turkey Toasted Sandwich: 1350 calories (610 calories from fat) These are just the sandwich without any sides that are served with the sandwich. To find more information on the nutrition in the food on Chili's menu you can visit there website and down toward the bottom of the…
The most basic sandwiches that a kid could make is: *PB&J (Peanut Butter & Jelly) *Cheese Sandwich *Nutella Sandwich (Nutella is a hazelnut spread that tastes like chocolate) *Butter Bread (Two pieces of toasted bread with butter in the middle) Those are the easiest sandwiches in my opinion. You can find all of these ingredients at a local grocery store. Thanks! And if you like my answer, add a trust point! :D
Write five sentence paragraph using chronological order let you explain how to make your favorite sandwich?
One day I decided to make my favorite sandwich. So,I went to the kitchen and started to put everthing on the counter. First I washed the tomatoes and the lettuce. I toasted the bread on both sides, and laid it on the plate. Then I put the cold-cut turkey, the tomatoes and the lettuce on the bread, sprinkled some pepper on it, and ate it.
The BLT sandwich is a popular sandwich choice in the United States and elsewhere. BLT stands for bacon, lettuce, and tomato. Therefore, the most common ingredients for a BLT are bacon, lettuce, and tomato. Other common ingredients are bread (toasted or untoasted), mustard, mayonnaise, and even cheese.
A Reuben sandwich is one of the staples of Jewish deli foods. It is generally speaking a corned beef sandwich, but with many possible variations. The classic Reuben consists of corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Russian dressing (Thousand Island), on grilled or toasted rye bread. It is traditionally accompanied by a sour or kosher pickle.