Deli Style Pastrami & Swiss Sandwich
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Columbus Craft Meats for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
The kids here in Georgia are officially on summer break as of last week and my days now consist of finding ways to entertain and feed all three kids in a timely manner. Now you all know that I am the queen of simple and fast recipes, there is nothing more satisfying than creating delicious meals that look like you spent lots of time making. One of my favorite lunch recipes right now is a deli style pastrami and swiss sandwich, with a secret ingredient that you are going to love
Here is what you will need to create this simple and delicious sandwich!
- Red Onion
- Olive Oil
- Pinch Sea Salt
- Balsamic Vinegar
- Seeded Bread (toasted)
- Columbus ABF Deli Pastrami
- Swiss Cheese Slices
- Spring Mix
Remove skin from onion and cut in half, slice your onion into long thin pieces
Sautee onions in olive oil on a pan over medium heat, 15 minutes, stir frequently.
Remove onions from heat and stir in salt and balsamic vinegar (just enough to saturate the onions)
Spread mayo onto toasted bread.
Layer each sandwich with a few slices of pastramit, balsamic onions, swiss cheese and spring mix
The balsamic onions give this sandwich a sweet taste that isn’t overpowering, complements the pastrami perfectly! For this recipe we used Columbus Craft Meats, not only for their quality products, but because they offer Antibiotic-Free Meat!
Columbus Craft Meats was founded in 1917 in San Francisco and Columbus still remains in the Bay Area 99 years later. What is unique about their ABF (antibiotic free) deli meats is that you don’t have to sacrifice taste by choosing their brand… you get the best of both worlds!
We hope you enjoy this simple and delicious recipe, let us know in the comment section below what unique spin you have on your favorite deli sandwich recipe Make sure to follow Columbus on Facebook for some sandwich inspiration!
2 thoughts on “Deli Style Pastrami & Swiss Sandwich”
Wow, it looks amazing. I have never tried such a sandwich, it’s total news for me, but I’m very eager to try it. Thanks for this lovely recipe.
This looks so delicious! I can’t wait to try it.
Thanks for sharing, Heather