National Crisp Sandwich Week

Did you know that it was National Crisp Sandwich Week this month? I didn’t. In fact I didn’t even know there was such a thing. But I do love a good crisp sarnie or even a chip buttie.

So I was pleased to find out that Tots100 have teamed up with Seabrook Crisps and challenged bloggers to share their favourite crisp sandwich recipe.

beefy crisps

My favourite crisp sandwich is grated cheese and apple with cheese and onion flavour crisps. However as I received a free pack of Beefy flavour crisps, I decided to try something new. I thought the Beefy crisps would compliment pâté or potted meat best. So as I had a tin of duck terrine in the cupboard, I decided to use that.

Crisp sandwich

Duck Terrine and Crisp Sandwich

Ingredients

2 slices of bread (I used homemade brown seeded)
butter
duck terrine
1 pack of Seabrook Beefy Crisps

Method

Cut 2 slices of bread from your loaf
Spread both with butter
Cover the bottom slice with a generous helping of duck terrine
Top with the crisps
Add the top slice of bread
Cut sandwich in two
Serve and enjoy.

crisp sandwich

The verdict. Delicious. I loved it and will be making this one again.

A crisp sandwich needs to be eaten immediately to savour the crunchiness of the crisps. So if you wish to have a crisp sandwich for your packed lunch, you will need to make your sandwich without the crisps, then open it again to add the crisps at lunchtime.

Disclosure. This post mentions a product I was sent for free. All opinions are my own.
This recipe is an entry into the National Crisp Sarnie Week competition with Seabrook crisps.

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