Cooking with MK: Potato chip sandwiches


Cooking is an important art, lost to this day and age. Our parents have had better things to do than teach us to prepare foods. Tragically, much has been lost.

However, cheer up, because today I will teach you how to prepare potato chip sandwiches. Or as is known in okay-Britain…crisp sandwiches. Yummy!

It’s a perfect recipe for beginners.

Chip sandwiches

(serves 2, or one greedy person). You will need:

X4 slices of white bread

X1 tub of margarine (I prefer Nuttalex but it doesn’t really matter)

X1 packet of Pringles chips (it doesn’t matter which flavouring, but I recommend salt and vinegar as it really fuses with the bread and margarine flavours)

Some sweet chilli sauce. OR barbeque sauce. (note: to alter your experience, experience by adding other condiments and dishes)

Taken from wikihow.com

Taken from wikihow.com

Preparation time: 10 minutes. Maybe five, but it does depend on how efficient you are. I have known people complete a sandwich in three minutes but these are expert chefs.

1)      Butter your bread. Spread the margarine on generously

2)      Layer the chips onto the bread. To make it easier in step 4, I suggest you only put the chips on half the slices of bread.

3)      Squirt on the sauce

4)      Combine two pieces of bread together so that the buttered sides are in the middle.

5)      Oh, you probably should put it on a plate. If you’re fancy, you might cut the sandwich in half but it can be difficult as it may scatter the chips.

6)      Enjoy! The most important step of all

 Reviews:

Mojo: “You make it look devilishly simple. Cheers, big ears!” 4 stars

Rafiki: “Cooking with Monkey King? Cooking? You have just taken a simple snack we know of, and then wasted all our time describing how to do it in detail. Consider yourself un-followed.” 1.5 star

Gordon Ramsay: “I wish you’d jump in the oven. That would make my life easier.” No stars provided (I interpret the comment to mean this infamous chef is intimidated that I might be in business).

Anyway, here’s a cute monkey picture I took just to fill up the picture quota.

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5 thoughts on “Cooking with MK: Potato chip sandwiches

  1. This. Is. Awesome….

  2. I’m glad you’re posting simple recipes. As a single person myself, I don’t always have time to cook so I’ll have to be sure to lock this one away. :) Thanks monkey king!

  3. Ha!! I like Gordon Ramsay’s advise.
    I wonder what that would taste like. ;)

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