We’re coming to the end of British Sandwich Week and my last post about sandwiches! Today is my Snowdonia Red Devil Cheese, Ham and Tomato Sandwich.
I love spicy cheese, so I wanted to bring out the flavour of it rather than dampening it down. So I went with ham and tomato. Veggies again, go for your favourite meat substitute. I should add, whilst the Snowdonia Red Devil Cheese is spicy. It’s not too hot, so even if you’re faint heated a bit of mayo would dampen it down.
The Snowdonia Red Devil is an award winning cheese, winning gold at the Nantwich International Cheese Awards. Which I went to quite a few years ago! But it’s well worth a visit if you can make it. You can try a ridiculous amount of cheese and every year we visited we always took home loads of cheese with us.
Snowdonia Red Devil Cheese, Ham and Tomato Sandwich
- A few slices of Snowdonia Red Devil Cheese
- Olive spread
- 2 Slices of bread
- A few slices of ham
- 1 Beef tomato sliced
Spread the olive spread on both slices of bread.
Put the cheese layer first.
Then the ham and then the tomato.
If you want too add in mayo here if you want to dampen the spice.
Pop the other slice of bread on top, slice in half.
Enjoy - preferably sat outside in the sunshine like I did!
P.S. This post is in collaboration with Snowdonia Cheese. All words, photos and opinions are my own.