Burts Crisps are really good - they are made in Devon and I like them a little bit too much. They always seem to feature somewhere in my lunch. I really like the sea salt and vinegar ones, and if I am in a meaty mood, I like the Spicy Chorizo and Devon Roast Beef flavours. The Sea Salt ones are good too, but I prefer the flavours.
Burts want to encourage us this summer to have crisp sandwiches - I do not need any encouragement as I enjoy then anyway. This is my favourite one using the Firecracker Lobster flavour:
You need the following, this is their 'recipe' but of course I tweaked it a little:
2 bags of Burts Lobster Firecracker crisps
150g cooked prawns
50g chopped sundried tomatoes
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 tablespoon tomato ketchup
small squeeze lemon juice
2 handfuls of rocket leaves
4 slices soft white bread
I do not like mayo, so I omitted the mayo and ketchup. I'm guessing that if they were used - they could be utilised as 'butter' on both sides of the bread.
I also had plenty of salad left over from the previous evening (Romaine, cress, cucumber, beansprouts, grated carrot) and used that rather than rocket.
Also I used 1 packet rather than 2 packets of crisps. But the bread was on the smaller side of things. I think I would use 2 packets if I was using regular bread.
Here's the bread (only buttered on one side) plus salad and sundried tomatoes:
Then prawns and some crisps...
....and more crisps....
It tasted so good and I had a look at the ingredients and it says that actual 'lobster powder' is used (no unnatural flavours there) and the colourings were just paprika and South Devon Chilli Farm chilli. The South Devon Chilli Jam is a firm favourite with me and I always keep a pot in my fridge.
OK so crisps aren't the healthiest of foods, but if they're part of a meal, contain natural ingredients, taste delicious, and come from Devon - fair enough!