A good sandwich requires quality ingredients. Both Inside and out. Otherwise you just might as well make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and call it a day. We’re starting with the bread. Homemade pretzel rolls. Worth the effort. Trust. Soft, dough-y, and will have you looking for mustard sauce to slather on it before you can say pretzel. If you’re going to go through the trouble of making these homemade pretzel rolls (and you really should) then you’ll want to go to the trouble of finding the best possible filling to add. Boar’s Head.
Lately I’ve been enamored with a sandwich that I came across at Over The Falls, a local deli. They call it the Terrapin Tower and I order it every single time I go. Homemade pretzel rolls that are filled with Boar’s Head Ham (thinly sliced of course) and baby swiss cheese. A simple slather of honey mustard and then it’s lightly toasted. It’s ridiculously good.
So good that I knew I needed to re-create it at home right down to the homemade pretzel rolls. I used Boar’s Head Black Forest Brand Boneless Smoked Ham – 25% Lower Sodium A delicately smoked ham fashioned after the world famous hams of the Black Forest. Then to round it out a slice of Boar’s Head no salt added natural swiss cheese (that’s been aged 60 days). Good stuff people. Good stuff that’s also good for you.
Boar’s Head lower sodium deli meats and cheeses are lower sodium products that provide the taste and nutrition your family deserves. If you’re looking to cut out sodium (and who isn’t these days) these are worth taking for a taste test drive.
This post brought to you by Boar’s Head. All opinions are 100% mine.