Mar 12, 2016

Grilled Rye Bread Sandwich with Peanut Butter, Fig Preserves, and Gouda

Rice and noodles are the two main sources of my carb intake, but once a while I do feel like having bread for breakfast or light lunch. Just thinking about a warm sandwich with cheese oozing from the center always unleash my cravings. The best ways to end a food craving - find it, make it, and eat it.

Grilled rye bread sandwich with peanut butter, fig preserves, and Gouda - 

Ingredients (1 to 2 portions)?

  • 2 rye bread slices 
  • 2 squares Gouda cheese
  • Some creamy peanut butter 
  • Some fig preserves
  • Some olive oil


Slice the rye bread, double the ingredients for two full servings -

Brush one side of the bread slices with olive oil. On the other side, take one slice of bread and spread some creamy peanut butter, the other one with fig preserves. Lay the Gouda cheese on one of the slices -

Combine the prepared bread slices to form a sandwich. Heat up a grill pan and transfer the sandwich over. Panini machine works even better. If using a grill pan, take a spatula and press down the sandwich. Flip when the bread has been heated up and the surface left with beautiful grill marks.

Cut in half -

Serve immediately so the cheese just oozes right in your mouth -

The sweet and savory combo definitely hits the spot. Maybe it's time to pick up more bread and cheese, just in case. 

Just in case. 

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