Another very quick meal for the artist on the go. Also good when we don't feel like preparing complicated meals, but yet we don't want to sacrifice TASTE and grunt-worthy appreciation.
Just mix some finely chopped onions (raw) into some mayo (or veggie substitute), add hot sauce (I like a chipotle hot sauce), a splash of maple syrup, some salt, black pepper, & lots of paprika.
This sauce is amazing as a dip for veggies or fries, or as a special sauce for burgers or hot dogs.
Healthier fries: sweet potato fries cooked in the oven, instead of fried.
Takes longer and the fries are more soggy, but it's yummy!
The tomato sandwich need not be complicated: just spread this spicy mayo generously on both slices of toasted bread, add a layer of thick tomato slices and a leaf or two of lettuce, then close the sandwich, and EAT! It's drippy and messy, so use a large plate and have some towels handy.
The sauce can last at least a week in the refrigerator, but I've never been able to see how much longer it could keep, as I eat it quickly.
Chipotle Hot Sauce:
I buy a can of Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce (brand La Costena, from Texas), and liquify in the blender with enough lime juice to make it liquid enough to be funneled into a glass bottle I like to keep it in. I could make my sauce from the peppers and separate ingredients, but I don't find chipotles in my local stores. If the store is out of limes, I use rice vinegar instead. Not as good, but it works.