The (Wicked) Gandhi Dot Egg Sandwich

Apparently there’s a show called Red Dwarf on England’s televisions. And apparently on this tele show they have a great sounding sandwich: The Red Dwarf Triple Fried Egg and Chutney Sandwich.

Take two pieces of big sliced bread and pop them in the toaster. (I like the bread that they bake at my local Safeway)
Fry three eggs in a half a pat of butter. You don’t need to salt them.
Tost on each slice spread large amounts of a good Indian Chutney.

Then after adding the fried eggs add the chili sauce to the eggs. I like Asian hot chili and garlic sauce but do what ever your stomach can handle. Then enjoy with a glass of milk (Or Not, Shiv says) or juice to take the heat off your gut. Then you have to eat it before the bread disolves.

As this sandwich would probably be eaten after a heavy & thirsty Thursday, I would probably go ahead and walk on over to Del, get their new DEL INFERNO, and use that to make this already stellar late-night sandwich better.

Thanks for the heads up 8bit. Thanks also for the hilar dialog about the sandwich–> make the jump.

(Written by 8bit, inspired by Red Dwarf)

RIMMER takes a bite and a succession of expressions are seen on his face.
He ends up at something like a mixture of pain, horror and shock. He may
be drunk but he’s still got pain receptors.
RIMMER: I feel like I’m having a baby!
LISTER: It’s good innit?
RIMMER: It’s incredible. Where did you get the recipe from?
LISTER: I can’t remember. I think it was a book on bacteriological warfare.

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2 Responses to “The (Wicked) Gandhi Dot Egg Sandwich”

  1. Hmm, I never new the del taco I went to in high school was the original del taco.

  2. Del Taco? This sounds el loco to me! Crazy spicy!

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