Every spring we experiment with new tasty versions of the classic Danish favourite: the open potato sandwich.
Here we oven-bake the smoked ham to give a great crunchy, slightly salty, contrast to the juicy new Danish potatoes and the creamy smoked cheese.
Find the recipe below – or enjoy (one of) the Danes’ favourite sandwich at a cosy lunch at Restaurant Kronborg.
Recipe for open potato sandwich with oven-baked ham and smoked cheese crème
1 kg new potatoes
10 slices of rye bread
10 slices of smoked ham (approx. 25 grams of ham per sandwich)
Crème of smoked cheese
2 dl smoked cheese – with or without cumin according to preference
2 dl sour cream 38 %
Salt and pepper to taste
½ bch of chives, finely chopped
1 bch of radishes, sliced thinly
Boil the potatoes till tender. Leave to cool and slice.
Bake the ham in the oven for 10-15 minutes at 200 degrees, until crisp.
Mix the smoked cheese with the sour cream, add salt and pepper to taste.
Butter the bread and layer the sliced potatoes on top.
Arrange the crème of smoked cheese and the oven-baked ham on top of the potatoes.
Garnish with chives and radishes.
Makes 10 open sandwiches.