• Apple Brie Grilled Sandwiches

    Posted on September 6, 2012 by Tawnya in Table for Two Recipies.

    These sandwiches – or, as the hubby and I like to call them, sammiches – are a tasty option for breakfast or lunch…or my favorite meal: BRUNCH! Yeeeah! This recipe will make two yummy sammiches that are actually quite filling, especially with a mug of Justice League Coffee.

    What you’ll need:

    • 4 Slices bread (I typically use Raley’s fresh whole wheat French bread, though sourdough is very tasty with this recipe, too)
    • 4 tbsp Brie (extra creamy is easier to spread)
    • ½ Thinly sliced apple (I like to use Fuji, and then I use the other half of the apple, along with a stick of cinnamon, to flavor a liter of water for later)
    • 2 tbsp Apple butter (I use my mother-in-law’s scrumpdiddlyumptious homemade apple butter, but any will do)
    • 1 tbsp butter


    What to do:

    1. Heat skillet over medium.
    2. Spread about 2 tbsp yummy creamy brie over one slice of bread, and place a layer of apple slices over the brie. You can really use as much brie and apple as you like; the above measurements are just a starting point, so you don’t over-do it on your first try J.
    3. Spread 1 tbsp apple butter over the other slice of bread. Place both slices together to form sandwich.
    4. Spread a thin layer of butter over top side of the sandwich and place that side face-down on skillet. Grill until bread is golden, about 3 minutes. Spread a layer of butter on the now up-side, then flip sandwich and grill until golden. Remove from skillet.
    5. Repeat steps 2-4 for second sammich.
    6. Slice ‘em the way you like ‘em, serve with coffee and/or OJ, and you have yourself and your partner a very tasty, somewhat fancy-ish, French brunch!

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