These egg sandwiches came into my life after I tried one of these voodoo kettle chips. Seriously, I went into the kitchen and started making myself some toast. Dave’s killer toast is my new favorite. It is packed full of grains and seeds, lower in carbs, and only 70 calories. Anyways, while I was waiting on the toaster I thought I would try just one of these voodoo kettle chips. I did not expected to fall in love immediately. I am not even much of a chip person! These chips are crunchy and packed with cajun bbq flavor! Since it would be silly to eat chips with my toast, I started pulling everything out of the fridge to find a reason to eat them.
I started with my toast then added a scrambled egg, pastrami, and colby jack cheese. Then I added my favorite deli mustard and zesty dill pickles. Originally I was just going to eat the chips on the side, but then I decided just to top my sandwich with them. SUCH. A. GOOD. IDEA. I’m a sucker for anything with a crunch and this was such a satisfying topper to the sandwich.
- 2 slices of whole wheat bread (or your favorite)
- Spicy deli mustard
- 2 slices of pastrami (or your favorite lunch meat)
- 1 slice of colby jack cheese
- 2 slices of zesty dill pickles
- 1 egg
- 1 small tomato
- a handful of kettle chips
- Toast the bread.
- Heat a sauce pan over medium low heat.
- Add cooking spray or oil.
- Cook the egg into a slow scramble.
- Season with salt and pepper if you choose.
- Slather the toasted bread with the deli mustard.
- Add the egg, meat, cheese, pickles, and tomato.
- Top with chips then smash down top slice of bread for optimum bite!
I know this seems like an embarrassingly simple recipe. Well, it is. But it is THAT good! When I was in elementary school my dad used to make me ham, cheese, hot sauce, and Doritos sandwiches. I blame him for this elevated version. Usually when I make myself weird meals I don’t share them with the world, but in this case I’m pretty sure everyone needs to start smashing some kettle chips on their breakfast sandwich!