Fritz and Sauce Sandwich

A Fritz and Sauce Sandwich sliced in half diagonally resting on a cutting board, ready to serve. Close up of two bread slices on a cutting board, one slice spread with tomato sauce and the other topped with a slice of fritz.
Recipe Origin Australia
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Servings 1
Preparation 5 min 00:05
Cook N/A
Ready in 5 min 00:05
Difficulty Beginner
Cooking Method No Cook
Ingredients Meat Pork
Equipment No Cook
Recipe Type Hand Food Lunch Sandwich
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A Fritz and Sauce Sandwich sliced in half diagonally resting on a cutting board, ready to serve. Close up of two bread slices on a cutting board, one slice spread with tomato sauce and the other topped with a slice of fritz.

Fritz and Sauce Sandwich

This is a popular South Australian sandwich that is a kids’ favorite and couldn’t be any easier to make.

In other Australian states the meat is known as ‘devon’, and overseas it may be known as ‘baloney’ or ‘bologna’, but fritz is a tribute to the large number of Germans that settled South Australia.

This is the perfect sandwich to send to school for lunch or take on an afternoon hike.

Although it seems weird to have this on the site as a recipe, it is such a significant part of the Australian culture that although simple, it needs to be acknowledged and explained for those not familiar with it.

Ingredients

butter, as needed

2 slices bread

1 slice fritz

squirt of tomato sauce

Recipe Directions

  1. Butter the bread, then add the fritz. Top with sauce and complete the sandwich with the second slice of bread. 

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Recipe Origin Australia
Rating
No Reviews
Servings 1
Preparation 5 min 00:05
Cook N/A
Ready in 5 min 00:05
Difficulty Beginner
Cooking Method No Cook
Ingredients Meat Pork
Equipment No Cook
Recipe Type Hand Food Lunch Sandwich
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