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open sandwich

n
(Cookery) a slice of bread covered with a spread or filling but without a top
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Noun1.open sandwich - sandwich without a covering slice of breadopen sandwich - sandwich without a covering slice of bread
sandwich - two (or more) slices of bread with a filling between them
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Translations

open sandwich

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YOU absolutely cannot leave Copenhagen without trying smorrebrod, the uniquely Danish open sandwich - and there's one classic place to do that.
GREG NORMAN gave a master class in links golf yesterday to slice open Sandwich with a 69.
"An open sandwich was the first thing I ever made in Home Economics when I was 13," he says.
"It's much better to go for an open sandwich on a plate bulked up with plenty of salad which gives more lasting satisfaction than the extra slice of bread.
WHOLEGRAIN BREAD: Occasional open sandwich or slice of toast.
Place the open sandwich on to your serving plate, add the roasted tomatoes and drizzle with a little olive oil.
The crostini was more like an open sandwich, with a great dollop of a cold mayonnaise-based tuna topping, making it very filling.
But if you give it the more upmarket name of an open sandwich, it will always fetch more interest.
# Chicken Open Sandwich Spread a slice of dark rye bread with reduced-fat mayonnaise and top with 75g cooked skinned chicken breast slices, two teaspoons apricot or mango chutney, and unlimited finely sliced cucumber and celery.
Snacks to try include: Hot Buttered Toasted Teacakes, Pecan Nut Danish Pastry, Chicken Open Sandwich and BLT Bap.
My open sandwich was made with a coarse grain brown roll.