Very Unusual Peanut Butter Sandwich

Colleen Sowa Recipe

By Colleen Sowa colleenlucky7

This is an unusual peanut butter sandwich that comes from New Orleans ancestors. We also have the ingredients on crackers. I grew up eating these sandwiches and crackers, my mother told me that her father made them for her... and his father made them for him...

It sounds strange... but is actually very good!


Recipe Rating:
 5 Ratings
Serves:
1
Prep Time:
Cooking Method:
No-Cook or Other

Ingredients

2 slice
bread
favorite peanut butter
mayonnaise
2-3 slice
onion (slice very thin)

Directions

1
Gently spread a thin layer of peanut butter over two slices of bread. Next spread a thin layer of mayonnaise over the peanut butter.
2
Very thinly slice an onion and place the slices over the peanut butter and mayonnaise on the bread.
3
You can put the two pieces of bread together or have them as "open face" sandwiches. Cut on a diagonal and serve.
  • Comments

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    Lillian Russo Lilliancooks - Oct 9, 2010
    Hi Colleen! Its so funny that you posted this because I just tried a similar recipe from here, but it uses ketchup instead of mayo! I forgot to add the ketchup when I made it! lol! I liked it though! Here's the recipe Betty's Ritz Bites
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    Kathy B dopeydwarf - Oct 9, 2010
    I grew up eating peanut butter, Miracle Whip and lettuce sandwiches. Alot of friends think this sounds like a terrible combination, until they taste it.

    Miracle Whip adds so much more flavor than mayo.
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    Pam Stewart gigi2six - Oct 9, 2010
    My husband has been eating PB, Mayo and Onion sandwiches since he was a little boy too!!! His family is from Canada. We both chuckled when I read your recipe because he has taken a ribbing about his "special" PB sandwiches for ever!! Thanks for sharing!
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    Barbara Mitchell buttermebarbie - Oct 9, 2010
    My Grandma grew up in the depression and they lived on pnb & mayo sandwiches, to this day we may our blt's w pnb, mayo, bacon, lettuce & tomato....try it! Yummy!
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    Colleen Sowa colleenlucky7 - Oct 9, 2010
    Hi Lillian! Thank you for your comments... and the link to the other recipe Betty's Ritz Bites! I will try her recipe... very sweet of you!