How to Make the Perfect Sandwich

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Introduction: How to Make the Perfect Sandwich

About: I work with FRC team 346 to build robots every year.

I have decided to share a way to build a great sandwich. It is fairly easy and quick to accomplish.

Step 1: Things Needed

You will need:
*bread of choice
*sliced meat (I chose ham)
*a toaster oven (regular oven works)
*Cheese of choice (I chose provolone)
*a condiment (With ham I suggest mustard)
*Something to grab hot things with.

Step 2: Toasting the Bread

The first step is to toast the bread. If your toaster is like mine one side is stronger than the other. This works out perfectly. You want the more toasted one to hold the ham and the less toasted one to hold the cheese. If you have no toaster oven a regular toaster works.

Step 3: Toasting the Ham

The ham if you are like me is always too soggy to enjoy on a sandwich. I found that if you heat/toast the ham it no longer becomes soggy and is nice and warm when eating it. If you have no toaster oven if you wanted to you can heat it in the oven just be careful. I suggest only doing that if you are making multiple sandwiches.

Step 4: Putting It Together.

Put the ham on the heavily toasted bread and the cheese on the other one. Then put the pieces together. It looks like a sandwich but there is more to do.

Step 5: Toasting the Sandwich.

Now you will toast the sandwich for about 15 seconds. This is to warm up the ham and melt the cheese. I advise put the cheese bread on bottom and the cheese will melt into the bread.

Step 6: Add Condiments and Enjoy

After toasting remove the non cheese bread and put what ever you like on your sandwiches. I personally like mustard. Put it together and you have a delicious sandwich.

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