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Ultimate Pastrami Sandwich

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100 g g Honey Honey
(divided in half)
120 ml ml Apple cider Apple cider
(divided in half)
1 large large White Cabbage White Cabbage
(head, finely shredded)
400 g g Pastrami Pastrami
4 slices slice Cheddar Cheddar
(Rathdaragh, Irish Vintage)
4 slices slice Multigrain breads Multigrain bread
Butter Butter
8 Cherry Tomatoes Cherry Tomatoes
Salt Salt
Pepper Pepper
bowl bowl Potato Chips Potato Chips
(on the side)

Ultimate Pastrami Sandwich

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30 min


  1. Mix half the cider vinegar and half the Kilderg Honey together. In a large bowl add the shredded cabbage and pour on the vinegar/honey mixture, toss well and allow to stand for 20-30 minutes, the cabbage will wilt.
  2. Bake the waffle fried potatoes as per package instructions.
  3. Drain the cabbage well and in the same bowl combine the remaining vinegar, honey, salt and pepper, pour over the cabbage and toss well.
  4. Cut the Cobs in half, place on a baking tray and toast under the grill, butter with the Dairy Manor Irish Creamery Butter.
  5. Meanwhile take a baking tray and divide the Deluxe Irish Pastrami into four piles, top with the Rathdaragh Irish Vintage Cheese. Bake at 220C for 2-3 minutes until the cheese has melted. Place the wilted cabbage on the toasted cobs add the pastrami piles, layer with tomatoes, waffle fries andmore cabbageand top with the other half of the cob. Serve extra waffle fries on the side.

Cooks Tips!Toast the cob when you are heating the pastrami, be very careful not to allow the bread to burn the oven is very hot.Fresh Lettuce or Rocket could be used in place of cabbage if you don’t have time to make the coleslaw.