Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Wild Idea Buffalo Recipe of the Week – Salami, Onion, and Jalapeno Sandwich

This week’s Wild Idea Buffalo Recipe of the Week is Salami, Onion, & Jalapeno Sandwich. This one uses Wild Idea Buffalo Salami. This recipe and product,  Wild Idea Buffalo Salami,  can all be found on the Wild Idea Buffalo Website.

Salami, Onion, and Jalapeno Sandwich
By: Jill O’Brien
This sandwich received national attention on NPR, during Dan O’Brien’s book review for Stolen Horses. In the book the sandwich is constructed with great attention to detail and is a laugh out loud scene. The sandwich is as delicious as the novel! Serve with milk, to balance the jalapeño heat, or use pickled jalapeños to avoid the heat.

Ingredients: (per sandwich)
2 – slices sourdough bread, cut on the bias
4 to 6 – slices Wild Idea Buffalo Salami, cut on the bias
1 or 2 slices – Vidalia onion, cut on the bias
1 – fresh jalapeño, sliced very thin
Dijon Mustard

1) Prepare all ingredients as suggested above.
2) Generously spread the Dijon mustard on both slices of sourdough.
3) Nestle the salami slices into the mustard, as many as you like, on top of one of the mustard covered bread slices.
4) Top with one or two slices of the Vidalia onion, and desired amount of thinly sliced jalapeno.
5) Cover with the other mustard covered bread slice and cut in half.

Excellent, sublime, divine, and bueno!

Wild Idea Buffalo Salami

12 oz. Buffalo Salami
Wild Idea Buffalo Salami is seasoned in the authentic salami tradition, but is naturally lower in fat,
without Buffalo Salamicompromising on flavor! We’re confident it will stack up proudly to any favorite. Great to have on hand for sandwiches and a fantastic addition to a party tray! We warn you – it’s addictive. Our salami comes unsliced in a 12 oz. chub.

Ingredients: Buffalo, Organic Spices:[Black Pepper, Coriander, Cracked Black Pepper, Mustard Seed, Sugar, White Pepper], & Veg Stable {celery powder, sea salt, silicon dioxide (anti caking)}, Water. Encased in A REMOVABLE artificial casing.

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