After making our Costco Sandwiches (of which one is part of the March 2010 Costco Connection magazine), we still had some leftover corned beef coleslaw… And as the saying goes, “Naked Women Learn To Make Sandwiches and Trade for Clothes,” so we whipped up this little beaut. We love potato sandwiches, and we find that adding the cheese below the tomato changes the way the flavors hit the mouth when you bite into the sandwich. You are not immediately overwhelmed with cheese, but rather you have a chance to taste the potato before the coleslaw and cheese takes over. The pumpkin seeds in the coleslaw are fantastic by the way, and we’ve started to add pumpkin seeds to several of our sandwiches and pizzas with great success.
- 1 slice of garlic ciabatta
- 1 slice of Dubliner cheese
- 1/8 of a lemon (wedge)
- 1 potato (Pre-boiled and chilled)
- 5 leaves of spinach
- 4 tbs corned beef coleslaw
Boil the potato and let it cool (or use the one from the night before.
Place the cheese on the bread and toast both until the cheese melts. Place the sliced potato on top and squeeze the lemon on, then the spinach leaves, and top with the corned beef coleslaw.