A simple ham sandwich on dark rye bread, with melted cheese, onion and corn. The mustard gives it all a kick, and in retrospect perhaps we should have added a bit of freshly grated horseradish. If anyone tries that, let us know how it works out in the comments. This sandwich is highly dependent on the quality of the ham, so don’t be stingy. This here is our Jamaican Christmas ham, which is cooked traditionally with pineapples and lots of cloves, and works brilliantly for sandwiches and pizzas. Since we come from Jamaica and Denmark, this sandwich could be considered a cultural merger.
- 1 slice of dark rye bread
- 2 tbs butter
- 3 oz ham (or enough to cover the bread good)
- 2 slices of strong cheese
- 1 1/2 tsp mustard
- 1 tbs diced onion
- 1 tbs sweet corn
Spread the butter on the bread, cover with ham and cheese, and toast lightly in the oven until the cheese just starts to melt. Spread the mustard on top, then onion and corn.