Classic Club Sandwich


For 4 Serving(s)

12 slices white bread
3/4 cup mayonnaise
8 lettuce leaves
16 slices ripened tomatoes
salt and freshly ground black pepper
16 slices crispy cooked Crescent Chicken Bacon
450 g sliced Crescent Smoked Chicken
16 frill picks or plastic cocktail skewers


  1. Toast the bread in a toaster, on both sides. Cut the lettuce leaves in half crosswise and form into 8 neat stacks.
  2. To make a double-decker club: On a clean work surface, arrange 3 bread slices in a row. Spread 1 tablespoon mayonnaise over 1 side of each bread slice. Place a lettuce stack on top of the first bread slice, top with 2 tomato slices, and season with salt and pepper, to taste. Place 2 slices Crescent® Chicken Bacon over the tomatoes (broken to fit neatly if necessary) and top with 1/8 of the Crescent® Smoked Chicken (without letting any hang over the sides). Repeat with the second bread slice. Carefully place the second layered bread slice on top of the first layered bread, smoked chicken side-up. Cover with the third bread slice, mayonnaise side down.
  3. Pin the sandwich's layers together by piercing them with 4 frill picks or cocktail skewers through the top bread slice, in 4 places in a diamond-like pattern, all the way to the bottom bread slice. Repeat entire process with the remaining ingredients to form 3 more sandwiches.
  4. Using a serrated knife cut each sandwich, diagonally, into 4 triangular pieces (each piece should be secured in the centre with a pick or sword). Serve with potato chips and pickles.

Recipe notes

Norfolk Crescent® products are available at all leading supermarkets and a wide range is available at;
Crescent HurryUp Store - No. 40 A, Chitra Lane, Colombo 05.
Call 011 7 063 063 for further details or
visit the FB Page: Crescent HurryUp

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