10 Sandwiches That Are Better with Potato Chips Stuffed Inside

03/13/2014 at 07:03 PM ET
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CRUNCH TIME

We love sandwiches. We love potato chips. Put the two together and you create a marriage of good taste and great texture.

From America’s beloved PB&J to fried fish on a bun, we’ve rounded up some surprising — and mouthwatering — combinations you’ve got to try. Is it lunchtime yet?

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TUNA SALAD

Talk about invigorating a sandwich! Tuna becomes a superstar when you add a layer of barbecue potato chips for a sensational smoky bite.

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PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY

How come we didn’t know about this when we were kids? The sweet-salty-nutty taste of PB&J and potato chips would’ve turned our school lunchboxes upside down with delight!

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ROAST BEEF

Thinly sliced roast beef, peppery arugula, Gruyere and crunchy chips on a roll redefines the meaning of “meat and potatoes.”

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FRIED FISH

Normally we don’t advise pairing one crispy food with another, but this is the you’ll-thank-us-later exception: The crunchiness — and deliciousness — of the fried fish and potato chips is off the charts.


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SLOPPY JOE

Ground meat in a spicy tomato sauce. Cheddar cheese. Potato chips. Nirvana.

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LOBSTER ROLL

As if a lobster roll wasn’t perfect as is, when you add chips, the sweet meat-salty potato combo will make you weep. And eat and eat.

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GRILLED CHEESE

This simple sandwich with cheese, tomato and pickle leaves its mild-mannered persona behind with a potato chip makeover. And by “makeover,” we mean “culinary transformation.”

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VEGGIE AND HUMMUS

Let’s be honest: Hummus is tasty but not the most exciting sandwich spread. To give it some get-up-and-go, pile on avocado, tomato slices, olives and plenty of salty chips for some much-needed texture.

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HAM AND CHEESE

What do you get when you take a bite of a warm, just-grilled ham-cheese-pickle sammie stuffed with potato chips? Very happy taste buds.

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FRIED EGG AND CHEESE

Your new breakfast addiction? Creamy melted Muenster hugging a warm fried egg between two slices of toasted bread with a few glorious potato chips. Yes, please!

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HOT DOGS

Though not technically a sandwich, bacon-wrapped wieners in a bun topped with veggies and chips was too genius not to include here. Consider it a bonus bite.

—Nancy Mattia


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Anonymous on

Oscar Meyer bologna with mustard and potato chips is the best.

b on

In college, we had a Blimpies in our food hall. I loved a tuna sub with lettuce tomato and onion with sour cream and onion chips crunched on top. I love that salty potato -y flavor on sandwiches like fries on burgers.

And now I’m hungry. :lol:

BrandyJ on

PB &J!

Rhonda on

I’ve had peanut butter & jelly with chips and it’s delicious.

Heather on

The sloppy joe and grilled cheese looked amazzzzzzing.

Truthfinder on

Anonymous stole my idea, but I really enjoy bologna with mayo and chips…mmmmmmm-good!

Mary on

How healthy and nutritious…….NOT :) I loved these crisp sandwiches when I was five years old. But the thought now makes me feel sick and gag as an adult. My favourite use to be white bread spread with real butter and British marmite, add cheddar cheese and also salted crisps (chips). Or crisps, cheese and homemade mayonnaise.

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