This Is Quite Possibly The World's Greatest Sandwich (And Now You Can Learn How To Make It)

No, you didn't know how to make a proper sandwich. Until now.

Everyone enjoys a good sandwich. But seriously, this one is just too good to be true. Although, it is.


You don't even have to be a sworn foodie to appreciate this meal. 

Redditor MrMojoRisin9 shared his epic journey of making the ultimate shooter sandwich and it's mouth-watering! We seriously recommend you read this AFTER lunch. Otherwise, you may go all Hulk on your kitchen.

Take a minute to look over the entire process and... learn.

The ultimate shooter sandwich requires 14 ingredients. Looks like a lot, but it's totally worth it.

You will need: Tomato-Basil bread, Italian sausage, applewood-smoked bacon, deli cajun turkey breast, hard salami, Muenster cheese, Pepper Jack cheese, Swiss cheese, mozzarella, Cheddar cheese, spicy brown mustard, mayonnaise, basil, and oregano.

First off, you need to hollow out the loaf of bread and make a proper 'bed' for all the stuffing.

Prepare some Italian sausage and bacon beforehand. Don't worry, their time will come.

Start filling the bread with Pepper Jack cheese.

Add a nice layer of cajun turkey breast and season it with oregano.

Add a generous handful of mozzarella.

Put the Italian sausage.

Top it with a layer of Muenster cheese.

Time for that delicious-looking bacon!

Add some Swiss cheese.

Smear everything with brown mustard and sprinkle some basil leaves on top.

There can never be too much hard salami.

Add a layer of mayonnaise.

Finish the stuffing with some tasty Cheddar cheese.

Now, put the 'lid' back on.

Wrap the loaf in tin foil so everything stays in place.

Place it under some weight and hold tight for 3-3,5 hours.

Voila! The sandwich of all sandwiches is done.

Gently cut a slice of it and enjoy, because your life will never be the same again.

(H/T: Playboy ; Reddit)

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