Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

These are a real tradition from when I was growing up. I would always have this in my lunchbox or when I went round to my uncles, it is best served on soft white bread

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. butter bread, if you find the taste of vegemite too strong.
  2. spread with vegemite to your desire.
  3. get as many potato chips on as possible.
  4. put a piece of bread on top of that.
  5. press down to crunch the chips and let them break.
  6. cut into 4 squares and serve.


Most Helpful

A classic - Thanks for the memories!

inthefishdish September 18, 2007

I can't believe I got to my age (not telling !), living in Australia and have never tried these sanga's. I mentioned these to my work buddies and they assure me that twisties work just as well as chips. Might give that a go next !

NovaM August 21, 2006've gotta either be a kiwi or from Australia. These were standard school fodder, on the run fodder or just to tide us over til tea-time fodder. What great memories this brings back. Either ya love the stuf or ya hate it....we were raised on it. Love the sammies. Thankyou pixie

robyn win July 21, 2006

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