Poker night snacks: mini sandwiches from nate 'n al's delicatessen

Main Dish
4 servings
15 min
15 min
Very Easy


Number of serving: 4
1/2 loaf rye bread

1/3 pound thinly-sliced roast beef

1/3 pound thinly-sliced roasted turkey breast

1/3 pound thinkly-sliced black forest ham

1/3 pound sliced muenster cheese

1 pint cole slaw

1/2 pint Russian dressing

Spicy mustard



  • Spread out all ingredients on cutting board or counter.
  • Lay out bread for each sandwich. Spread Russian dressing on one slice and spicy mustard on the other . Add a slice of Muenster cheese to one of the slices.
  • Fold a slice of ham and lay on the opposite slice of bread.
  • Top the ham with a slice of roast beef.
  • Top the roast beef with a slice or two of roasted turkey breast.
  • Top the layer of meat with an even layer of cole slaw, spreading it to the edges of the meat.
  • Top the sandwiches with the other slice of bread. The Muenster cheese acts as a barrier between the cole slaw and the bread, preventing it from getting soggy.
  • Using a serrated knife, carefully cut the sandwiches into four quarters. Stick toothpicks in each quarter.
  • Assemble the sandwiches on a platter or two, after all you're making 24 mini sandwiches ? and serve with small plates and cocktail napkins.
  • The sandwiches can also be made ahead of time, covered with a layer of plastic wrap and refrigerated until it's time to serve.
  • Serve and enjoy! These guys are popular, so make sure you get one. Or, better yet, just buy extra ingredients to make one for yourself later. Oh, and get a pint of potato salad. It's the best around.


Poker Night Snacks: Mini Sandwiches from Nate 'n Al's Delicatessen, photo 1
Poker Night Snacks: Mini Sandwiches from Nate 'n Al's Delicatessen, photo 2


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