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Peanut Butter, Pickle and Chile Sandwich

Peanut Butter Pickle and Chile Sandwich

Whoa, when I rave about my peanut butter, pickle and chile sandwiches, I always get a “yuck” reaction. But to me, this is a real treat … and so simple to make! Peanut butter and pickle sandwiches were a staple in my house when I was growing up. Everybody loved them. And with this latest version, I’m just adding green chiles. Which is better? To me, they are neck-and-neck with each other. The chile version has a bit of heat and just a hint of chile flavor. The peanut butter and pickle flavors dominate. Both are awesome!

One key to a great Peanut Butter, Pickle, and Chile Sandwich is to start with great ingredients: very fresh, good bread, great peanut butter (Skippy), the best pickles (Vlasic Dill), high quality mayonnaise (I used Heinz Real Mayonnaise) and of course really good green chiles. Sometimes I make this with peanut butter on both sides and no mayo; both are really good.

Try it – I’m expecting to create a whole herd of new converts here.

Peanut Butter, Pickle & Chile Sandwich
 
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Serves: 1 serving
Ingredients
  • 2 slices fresh bread
  • large scoop of creamy Skippy Peanut Butter
  • plenty of good mayonnaise
  • Vlasic dill pickle slices (coin-shaped)
  • 2-3 tbsp diced green chiles
  • 2 lettuce leaves
Instructions
  1. Spread one slice of bread with a thick layer of peanut butter - at least ¼ inch. Cover the peanut butter with a layer of pickle slices.
  2. On the other slice of bread, spread a thick layer of mayonnaise. Top with the green chiles and spread evenly.
  3. Put the lettuce one half, top with the other half, and voila! PB, P, & C Sandwich!
  4. Enjoy!
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Commentary:
Whoa, when I rave about my peanut butter, pickle and chile sandwiches, I always get a "yuck" reaction. But to me, this is a real treat ... and so simple to make! Peanut butter and pickle sandwiches were a staple in my house when I was growing up. Everybody loved them. And with this latest version, I'm just adding green chiles. Which is better? To me, they are neck-and-neck with each other. The chile version has a bit of heat and just a hint of chile flavor. The peanut butter and pickle flavors dominate. Both are awesome!

One key to a great Peanut Butter, Pickle, and Chile Sandwich is to start with great ingredients: very fresh, good bread, great peanut butter (Skippy), the best pickles (Vlasic Dill), high quality mayonnaise (I used Heinz Real Mayonnaise) and of course really good green chiles. Sometimes I make this with peanut butter on both sides and no mayo; both are really good.

Try it - I'm expecting to create a whole herd of new converts here.

 

 

 

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