i dont know if they are good, but roast beef and provolone with some light mayo...ham and yellow american with some lettuce and honey dijon mustard...or you could do like a wrap with chicken breast and the dressing of your choice with some lettuce.
Chunk chicken, egg sandwiches, eggwhite + PB (yes, my weird idea, but it worked), salmon, lean roast beef, on whole grain bread; you could mix it up by using a ww pita, flatout/ww tortilla, or a ww bun.
Condiments I'd use would be dijon mustard, low fat cheese, or this sauce: http://goldfishcake.blogspot.com/200...try-at-my.html
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I should add that I'm looking for a sandwich which is incredibely high in calories as I'm already a skinny dude and I'm on my feet all day.
Avocado + meat on a bagel is pretty concentrated calories. You can use pre-cooked pork (I get cheap center cut on special and freeze it).
You can also 'soak' the bagel in egg - or just the yolk and fry it if you have the time. You just whisk an egg, smear it on the inside of the cut halves until it soaks in a bit and fry (in a bit of oil or dry - I actually prefer putting it in a dry non-sick pan). It would keep for the day at room temp.
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kirkland (costco) canned chicken. good and easy, put it with everything... better than tuna. Pricey though
x3 - I was hoping I wasn't the only one who preferred canned chicken and turkey breast chunks to cooking the real thing. Yes it is a bit more expensive (about $3.25/lb) but when you figure frozen raw chicken is $2.50/lb in a bag or maybe catch a sale for fresh at $1.99/lb and then you have to cook it, it's not a bad deal. The cans are almost fat free, loaded with protein, and negligible sodium.
I just throw the chunks together with some mayo of your choice, pickle relish, and seasoning, then slap it on bread, and that's my lunch everyday at work. I subscribe to the "keep it simple stupid" KISS method