STORY Mar 11, 2016
Hot sandwich is insane. Super delicious.
I bought a grill to make hot sandwiches with sometime ago. I'm completely addicted to it and making hot sandwiches is my daily life now.
At first I was making them using ham, or cheese, or avocado, or tomatoes. This was extremely tasty. Proteins, carbohydrates, vegetables, all piping hot. The perfect meal.
I was spending my days like that, but as you fall into a routine, you end up wanting to do something crazy.
So the results are as follows.
Keiji Matsumoto（松本圭司）farewell tears and welcome courage. Hello, I am Matsumoto. Born in Kamogawa (Uchiura), Chiba prefecture in 1976. Worked as system engineer among others, but self-employed from 2010 as illustrator cum app developer. Developed iPhone apps such as DIY GPS, Swift Transfer Information, 3D Audio Recorder, Here.info, Rain I Wonder? Literary works are the two books "Chain Store B-class gourmet Earnestly Comparing Dishes from Different Menus" and "Living on McDonald's for 30 Days." Please buy them.
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Hot Curry Sandwich
All of a sudden, something that's not even a sandwich.
It's too massive, and insanely hot.
I don't eat that much bread normally to be honest. I love noodles, next in line is rice, and then mochi. Hot sandwiches are amazing for the fact that they keep on making me eat bread.
But the result of that is the hot curry sandwich.
First enough rice for one side. That's 1.5 servings.
Whip some keema curry on top.
Normally it would be complete already.
But if you put rice on top of it again, and grill it, you'll get something like a sandwich that's made out of rice like this.
I used about 300g of rice.
Both sides of the rice are grilled to a crisp, and naturally it goes very well with the curry.
How does it look like?
Sorry, I mixed up the order.
Talking about hot sandwiches and then grilling rice all of a sudden is obviously a strange order of things. I should have introduced regular hot sandwiches from the start.
This is the hot sandwich maker.
I bought a hot sandwich maker like in the picture above to make hot sandwiches. About \1500.
You put respectively bread, ingredients, bread inside and start grilling.
The standard is cheese and ham. If you use mustard and ketchup, you end up with a McDonald's kind of taste.
Put in some ingredients, and another slice. Thinly-sliced bread is okay.
All you do is close it and put it on direct fire. Grill both sides on a low fire so it doesn't get burned.
Looks super delicious.
After you've grilled both sides, take the tip of your knife, loosely make a small cut and then into 2 pieces. The cut at the beginning is to make sure you don't crush your sandwich.
You can cut it more cleanly if you make little stabs first.
Okay, finished. This'll cost you ?500 at a fancy coffee shop, won't it? Looking only at the price of the ingredients and it's less than ?100.
Hot sandwiches are the best.
The piping hot bread is crunchy and fragrant, and when you take a large bite, the cheese will melt on your tongue. The scent of meat coming the ham and the salty taste. The mustard and ketchup wrap up the whole refreshingly.
It's so good!
Come on, you must be getting hungry by now, am I right? How do you like it, this iron plate combination.
I'll make your stomachs growl on the next page as well.
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