Potato Chip & Pastrami Grilled Cheese Sandwich

This Potato Chip & Pastrami Grilled Cheese Sandwich is easy to make, tastes delicious and comes together in minutes!

Potato Chip Pastrami Grilled Cheese Sandwich | Inspiration KitchenHere it is chillin’ gettin’ ready for the grillin’.  Looks scrumptious uncooked too, yes?

I hope you’re ready for some major horseradish recipes.  In planning this post, I discovered 1 jar of horseradish in the refrigerator and 7 in the pantry.  (Yes, 7!!!!!!!).  I apologize in advance for the insane amount of 7’s (exclamation points, periods and repeated letters) in this post.  I can’t help myself.

Horseradish | Inspiration Kitchenp.s.  Not all jars are pictured.  It’s just too embarrassing, and I do have my limit of acceptable crazy.

Let’s be real… 7 jars of horseradish is just plain crazy talk. ;-)  Nobody does that.  Well, almost nobody.

Can at least one of you tell me how that happens?  Please…….

Potato Chip Pastrami Grilled Cheese Sandwich 03 | Inspiration KitchenI love the golden crisp on this grilled cheese!  I can almost taste the crispy, can’t you?

This sandwich is sssssssooooooo good.  The potato chips add crunch (and a bit of salt) and the mustard/horseradish provides the flavor.

Do not worry! This is not a spicy sandwich despite the Extra Hot Horseradish. The flavors really mellow out when grilled.

Potato Chip Pastrami Grilled Cheese Sandwich | Inspiration KitchenI should’ve called this the Sorry 7 Sandwich, because I really feel bad about {{hoarding}} all that horseradish.  Imagine the…….S7S.  It sounds kinda cool on a menu, right?  I’d eat a sandwich like that.  “I’ll take the S7S, please”.  It’s like talking in food code.

Potato Chip Pastrami Grilled Cheese Sandwich | Inspiration KitchenDo you think that horseradish might be going to my head?

Ok, here’s a layering trick.  After you’ve buttered the outside of your bread, slather the mustard/horseradish on the inside slice, then place the potato chips on it (the mustard/horseradish helps keep them in place).  Then, top the tater chips with your swiss cheese.  When that cheese melts, it’s going to lock those tater chips down to keep ‘em from fallin’ out foreveh!  Smart, right?  Then the pastrami.  Now, you know the drill……. Grill.

OH!…you know why else I loved this?  Because you can use up all those nearly eaten bags of potato chips that you don’t want to throw out.  It gives great crunch to your sandwich and there’s no waste!

Enjoy!

Potato Chip & Pastrami Grilled Cheese Sandwich
 
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Recipe type: Main
Serves: 2
Ingredients
Sauce
  • 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
  • 2 teaspoons horseradish*
Sandwich
  • 4 slices light rye bread
  • 4 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 1 cup crushed potato chips
  • 6 slices swiss cheese
  • 6 slices pastrami
Instructions
  1. Spray a large skillet with cooking spray. Set aside.
Sauce
  1. Mix Dijon mustard and horseradish together until thoroughly mixed.
Sandwich
  1. Brush melted butter on one side (the outside) of each of the 4 slices of bread. Spread ½ of the mustard/horseradish sauce on one side (the inside) of two slices of the bread. Place ½ cup of the crushed potato chips on each slice of the bread with the mustard/horseradish on it. Top with three slices of cheese, then the pastrami. Top with the remaining slices of bread, butter on the outside of all slices.
  2. Grill over Medium-High heat (covered) on each side until browned and cheese is melted.
  3. Remove, cut in half and serve.
Notes
*I used Inglehoffer Extra Hot Horseradish

 

Comments

  1. says

    How’s anyone else suppose to get ahold of horseradish if you are hoarding it all?! Haha I admit I buy way too many of the same product if I love it. I’m afraid of running out of anything. Maybe I need therapy? Either way, this sandwich looks delicious. I love all the ingredients and those crushed potato chips. Something about that crunch that just makes a sandwich awesome! Pinning
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    • says

      Thanks for the pin Cindy! You and I probably both need therapy. :-) Want to go together? I’m co-dependent like that! Hahahahaha! I also don’t like to run out of anything, which is exactly how I ended up with 7 jars of Horseradish. Ridiculous! Have a wonderful week, my friend!

  2. says

    Alright! Potato chips in your sandwich, I love it!! It’s so Ally Sheedy, Breakfast Club of you!! ;) Oh, and hello fellow hoarder!! My husband is always cutting me off from buying certain items in the pantry or fridge. For some reason, he thinks 7 cartons of eggs or 12 boxes of cream cheese is excessive. I know: weird right?!! ;)
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  3. says

    lol! I have 8 jars of gros grained mustard in my cupboard if it makes you feel any better! I can’t wait to see all the horseradish recipes to come! If anyone can come up with a million ways to use horseradish, it’s you! This sandwich looks amazing! It’s a grownup grilled cheese! I’ll have to check the far reaches of my cupboards for horseradish so that I can whip this sandwich when my husband comes in town!
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    • says

      Oooooo – let’s do a trade!!! I am a H-U-G-E fan of mustard. Like I crazy-love it. Can you imagine all the great mustard-horseradish recipes? Now I’m dreaming!!!

  4. says

    Awww, man does this sandwich look good! I’ll eat anything with horseradish too — I could eat it with a spoon I love it so much! I need this for lunch! :)
    Did you happen to get my email asking you if I could nominate you for the Writer’s Process Blogging Tour? You get to write about projects you’re working on, etc. Let me know! :)
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    • says

      Me too Marcie! I could totally eat Horseradish with a spoon! YES, I did get your email and replied. Your email initially went to Junk Mail (ggggrrrr!), but I did see it and responded. I would love to do it, but I’ve already been asked. Can I do it if two of you asked? :-)

  5. says

    Ummmmm … 7 jars?!?!? Girlfriend, I love me some horseradish, too. But SEVEN?!?!? We need to chat…

    Seriously, though – this looks killer-good. I have a secret/not-so-secret love affair with chips on sandwiches. I think it dates back to my college cheerleading days, when our lunch during all the long bus trips to games was a “boxed lunch” from dining services. The best way to pep up that turkey sandwich was to open the accompanying bag of chips and pile those crunchy chips on the sammy. We’re talking dining-hall-food-bliss (if that actually exists! :D )! I still love to pile crunchy chips on sandwiches (even if now they’re often whole-grain or baked chips – lol!). Of course, I’m totally pinning this! Yum!
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    • says

      I know right, Shelley? I definitely need therapy. I can’t believe you’ve been eating sandwiches with potato chips all that time and didn’t tell me!!! I didn’t realize what I was missing and to think you were enjoying all along! :-) And girlie – thank you for the pin! Your the best internet BFF ever!

  6. says

    Hahaha that’s awesome that you have 7 jars of horseradish – I love me some horseradish too so keep ‘em coming :) I do the same with other things when they’re on sale or I don’t want to run out too. Whoa, now this is one good looking sandwich! Love the hidden chips and with the dijon and horseradish – so so good!

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