Which spices/sesonings can I put on a chicken or ham and turkey sandwich that will taste good?

I want to make a deliceous sandwich. What ingredients can I put in the sandwich?

and are they instead of mustard and mayonaise?

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7 Responses to “Which spices/sesonings can I put on a chicken or ham and turkey sandwich that will taste good?”

  1. Steff said:

    garlic salt
    pepper

  2. =]madhu=]™ said:

    ou could try a peri peri mix or mayonnaise…you coudl also try some chilli sauce which is always good and try adding som extra fillings eg- beetroot, etc =]

  3. cranky lady said:

    cucumbers, paprika, barbecue sauce, honey mustard, dill, avacadoes, bacon, tomato, shredded carrot, peppers sweet or hot, dressing

  4. Sparky said:

    I always toast my bread slightly, then season the bread with a scant amount of olive oil and vinegar (white is okay, balsamic is better, they also have flavored vinegars and rice vinegars that are good) then I put pepper or “seasoned pepper” on the bread. THEN I make the sandwich. Makes a big difference. 🙂 So does using quality bread. As for condiments you can mix something into your mayo like various mustards, or even ketchup. I like cream-style horseradish.

    Um, I like sandwiches, lol.

  5. TOO SHORT said:

    onions,dice real fine white pepper or you can use onion powder

  6. Khloey B said:

    We always use Penzey’s Sandwich Sprinkle (mixture of herbs and spices – even my kids love it!!) – You can order it online from Penzey’s or go to one of their stores if you happen to live near one.

    It is a mix of the following: Hand-mixed from: garlic, coarse salt, basil, oregano, rosemary, thyme, marjoram, black pepper.

    http://www.penzeys.com/cgi-bin/penzeys/p-penzeyscrouton.html

  7. ole man is back said:

    cranberry sauce ,of course
    leftover dressing
    ham and cheese
    chicken or turkey and real butter,lots of salt and pepper,bit of mayo…..mmmmmmmmmmm




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