OMG! This is amazing. Quick and simple. The flavors are perfect. The bread makes it "mad"! I also did use butter, I figured a little fat and flavor would go a long way. Also had this with the Waldorf salad.
Grilled Ham, Muenster, and Spinach Sandwiches
CindyH Posted: 02/20/10
dmdnc08 Posted: 11/18/10
Great sandwich!!! Very quick to assemble & cook. Definitely going to be a regular in our house. I used slices of sour dough, because it's what I had on hand. I liked the addition of chow-chow, that's what caught my eye.
kimmoreno Posted: 08/13/10
Do you want to make it even more yummy? For this recipe I prefer Iberico ham, you might find it also as jamon iberico. I know it is expensive but the trick is to buy the foreleg called shoulder or paleta rather than the ham (backleg). Paleta or shoulder is much cheaper and for sandwiches, pittas, rolls and âhand foodâ a wonderful alternative. I buy my iberico ham at Buyjamon.com <a href="http://BuyJamon.com/"> BuyJamon.com the market place for iberico ham.</a>
steponme Posted: 08/26/11
Made this sandwich for dinner last night for dinner along with a Health "Updated Waldorf Salad," delish, everyone enjoyed. I did make 2 small changes; added about 1/2 tsp. of light mayo w/ the chow-chow relish and I used hot chow-chow instead of mild. Good summertime meal.
MrsSullivan8710 Posted: 01/15/12
I couldn't find chow-chow anywhere. I tried Safeway, Lucky's and Piazza's fine foods with no luck. As a substitute I used relish, which my husband didn't really like much. This would have been much better with the correct ingredients--had they been available.
Michael1965 Posted: 08/28/12
Made a good quick meal. Love the taste of the chow chow. Simple and delicious
ericroberts Posted: 10/30/12garland, TX
i used whole wheat bread and horseradish sauce along with the low sodium cooked ham fro m the deli i have to say it was good