Chipotle Potato Sandwich

This is a perfect Solution to make good usage of your leftover Chipotle Potatoes. That you cut into thin slices. And with a spoon of fresh Cilantro Yoghurt Sauce you create this stack of Spicy Toast

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Vegan (check the alternatives)


  1. Leftover Chipotle Potato Wedges
  2. A loaf of Bread
  3. A small bunch of fresh Cilantro
  4. 1 Cup of Mayonaise
  5. 2 Cups of Greek Yoghurt
  6. Salt & Peper
  7. Optional: 1 Lemon

alternative ingredients


fresh Cilantro (Coriander) ☜☟☞ a bunch of fresh Parsley

Mayonaise ☜☟☞ 2x soft boiled Eggs (crushed & mashed)

Greek Yoghurt ☜☟☞ French Yoghurt, Skyr or other alternative Dairy



  • a Knife
  • a Spoon
  • a Spatula
  • a Cutting Board
  • a Sieve or Colander
  • a clean Kitch Towel
  • a Blender
  • a Toaster
  • a Jar (to store leftover Sauce)
  1. Wash & towel dry cilantro
  2. Pick a handful of cilantro leaves
  3. Add to blender
  4. Add mayonaise, yoghurt, salt & pepper to blender
  5. Optional: cut lemon into 2 halves
  6. Optional: squeeze a few drops of juice 
  7. Add lemon juice to blender
  8. Give blender a few jolts
  9. Check taste
  10. When good, fill a Jar with this thick sauce
  11. Toast a few slices of bread
  12. Cut Chipotle Potatoes into thin slices
  13. Coat each side of a piece of Toast with this cilantro yoghurt sauce & slices of potatoes
  14. Build a stack of coated toast (like a BLT)
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