Tuesday 10 July 2012

Bacon, Apple, and Brie Grilled Cheese

My guy loves a sandwich.  Sandwiches rank in the top three of his go-to foods when I’m not at home, right after oatmeal raisin cookies and cold baked beans eaten straight from the tin.  I’m sure that, if I didn’t cook, he would eat sandwiches every single day.

Me…Not so much.  I don’t dislike sandwiches.  They’re an efficient way to get food on the plate or into my lunch bag, and some of them are quite tasty.   It’s just that I rarely find a sandwich exciting.  If you asked me to make a menu for my last supper, sandwiches would not be included.

That having been said, every so often there comes a group of ingredients that just need to be made into a sandwich.  Like the ones I used to make this grilled cheese sandwich last week:

 I cut two slices of fresh baked white bread.

I put grainy mustard on one slice and Brie on the other.

I topped the Brie with cooked bacon

and thinly sliced apple.

I buttered the outside of one slice of bread and put the sandwich, butter side down, in a pre-heated pan, over medium heat.  I buttered the other slice of bread while the sandwich was in the pan.

I cooked the sandwich until the bread was crunchy and golden, and the cheese all nice and melty.

I sliced it in half, put it on a plate and ate it




Anonymous said...

Apple on a sandwich must add a nice clean crunch. Sounds fantastic.

Aunt B said...

Thank you. The apple did add good texture. :) Thanks for stopping by to check out the post.

Itsnotjustabouttherecipe said...

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Aunt B said...

Thank you so much Stephanie. I'm honoured! I'll post it forward later today. :)

April @ The 21st Century Housewife said...

What a great combination of ingredients! This takes sandwiches to a whole new level :)

Aunt B said...

Thank you April. :)