Pastrami and Pickle Pan-Fried Sandwich

Pastrami and Pickle Pan-Fried Sandwich created by gailanng

From a feature in our local paper. I have estimated cooking time on have to cook the sandwiches in 2 batches.

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  • Place the mayonnaise and custard in a bowl and mix well to combine.
  • Spread one side of each slice of bread with butter and the other side with the maonnaise mixture.
  • Divide the cheese, pickle and pastrami between 4 slices of bread, ensuring the buttered side is on the outside, and sandwich with the remaining bread, once again ensuring buttered side is on the outside.
  • Heat a large non stick frying pan over low heat.
  • Cook the sandwiches, in batches for 3-4 minutes each side or until golden and cheese is melted.
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  1. sloe cooker
    Pastrami and Pickle Pan-Fried Sandwich Created by sloe cooker
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  2. sloe cooker
    Great tasting sandwich, even on white bread and without the pickle! Picked up some pastrami at the deli and found your recipe. I saute'd some onion in lieu of the pickle (didn't have any). Made 12-27-11. Thanks for posting I'mPat.
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  3. gailanng
    Wonderful with recipe #471029. This fits my mouth deliciously perfect...sandwich-wise. Made for A-NZ#60.
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  4. gailanng
    Pastrami and Pickle Pan-Fried Sandwich Created by gailanng
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  5. Chef Buggsy Mate
    Pat, this is a real winner! I used a dark Russian rye and a German horseradish mustard since I did not have any Dijon. I also added extra mustard to the spread since we are not big fans of mayo. My daughter has requested I make these again this week! So, as you can see I will definitely be making again....and soon. Thanks for posting this wonderful keeper. Made and reviewed for the 49th AUS/NZ Recipe Swap.
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