Bet you didn't see that coming.
This is what I used; cheese, tomato, chicken, ham, mustard, mayo, a red spring onion (the bastard child of a red onion and a scallion I presume), pepper, the crispy onion bits and a soft white sub roll.
I've gotten into the habit of using mayo and mustard when I have these rolls instead of butter, it works much better. I chopped up the scallion and cut three thin slices of tomato.
I started assembling it like this, cheese on one side and ham on the other, it's important not to place the tomato directly on the bread when making a sandwich. Soggy bread is not good.
Chicken on top of the cheese, tomato on top of the chicken and plenty of pepper on top of that! I love a good kick off a sandwich, you can leave out the pepper and mustard or use less if you're not into that.
I put the scallion and crispy onions on the other side, a note about this picture, I was being cautious with the amount of onion beacuse I was new to this, I ended up putting more on afterwards when I'd tasted it.
The finished article.
I eat sandwiches like this quite a lot and I was a little apprehensive about adding something I'd never tried before to one of them (mainly because this was the last roll in the house and I was starving). I needn't have worried, the onions were an excellent addition to this or dare I say ANY sandwich!
I love a bit of crunch in a sandwich but I knew crisps/chips would be too much for this one, the onions did exactly the job I wanted them to, the flavour wasn't over powering and the texture and slightly sharp flavour of the red scallions worked great with them too (and gives you fantastic breath).
Wafer thin deli meats combined with a little cheese and thin slices of tomato (not forgetting to leave off the butter) make this sandwich filling and satisfying without being heavy.
Two thumbs up as the fella says!!