We’re back! This time we’re making a delicious, yet simple sandwich recipe. It’s the camel riding sandwich, and there’s nothing complicated about it. It starts with two slices of bread, tomatoes, lettuce, mayonnaise, and ketchup. This is an easy sandwich to make and when you’re making it you can be sure that it will taste amazing.
The camel rider sandwich is a delicious sandwich made easily in a bowl! It is soft and not crumbly in the middle and has a bit of crunchy outside and will make you bow in my opinion. The camel rider is part of the unofficial sandwich menu at San Francisco’s The British Pie. It’s a muffin topped with goat cheese, rocket, rocket leaf, lemon vinaigrette, and olive oil. Its name comes from the fact that it was invented by a Camel driver, Abdul Haleem.
If you’re anything like me, you love sandwiches. Not the kind of sandwiches that are bought in the store. The kind that is made by you. The kind that gets you all excited to make them every time you come home from work. The kind that you eat for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
How To Make Camel Rider Sandwich
Want to know how to make your own camel rider sandwich? Take a look at this classic vegetarian sandwich recipe, and prepare to be amazed. It’s great to make for a home cook since it requires very little preparation. The ingredients are easy to locate and should take no more than 10 minutes to put together. The sandwich tastes so good, you’ll likely forget the effort was needed to make it.
- Whole wheat pita bread, 4
- Mayonnaise, 1/2 cup
- Ham, 1/2 pound
- Salami, 1/2 pound
- Bologna, 1/2 pound
- American cheese, 4 slices
- Iceberg lettuce (chopped), 1/2 head
- Medium tomato (sliced), 1
- Oil and vinegar dressing
Slice the pita bread in half to create two pockets. Apply mayonnaise to the inside of each pocket.
Add ham, lettuce, salami, cheese, bologna, and tomato.
Pour oil and vinegar on top.
Camel Rider Sandwich Recipe
Cuisine type: Snacks
Servings: 4 Serving
Preparation time: 10 Minutes
Cooking time: 10 Minutes
Total time: 20 Minutes
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