Meal Theme: No cook
Approximate Yield: 1 sandwich (1-2 servings, because this sandwich is big enough to split with a friend)
It doesn't get more classic New York deli than pastrami on rye. This Acme Smoked Fish version uses our pastrami smoked salmon, giving this simple yet hearty sandwich staple a seafood spin. The appetizing shop meets the delicatessen between two slices of rye bread in this recipe. This is modern 'Delicore' eating at its finest. If you like pastrami and smoked salmon, you can't go wrong with this easy smoked salmon recipe.
4 ounces of Acme Smoked Fish pastrami smoked salmon (about 4 slices)
1 tablespoon mayonnaise
1/2 teaspoon horseradish (ground or grated)
2 pieces marbled rye bread (other types of rye bread, such as light or dark, are okay to use as well)
2 slices Swiss cheese
1 teaspoon sauerkraut
Apply one slice of cheese to each slice of bread. Toast the bread with the cheese in an oven (or toaster oven) for 3 minutes, or until the cheese just begins to melt. Mix the horseradish with the mayonnaise, and then spread the mixture evenly across the surface of the barely melted cheese atop the bread slices. On one of the pieces of bread, loosely arrange the slices of pastrami smoked salmon in a ribbon-like pattern. Top with the saurkraut, close the sandwich, and enjoy!