I don’t know about all of you but I love food and everything to do with food including all the gadgets in the kitchen. Welcome to another week of Tasty Tuesday where you will find anything from a recipe to tips on washing dishes! Just kidding cause, I hate to wash dishes and will get out of it if I possibly can and do most nights! This was suppose to have been posted yesterday but I am still attempting to get things unpacked and when you haven’t been home much in two months there are a ton of computer updates that have to take place.
My sister-in-law makes these sandwiches and while I am not sure where she came up with them, they are great. We call them gourmet sandwiches and they are everything you want in an easy summer dish. Easy to make, filling, and look pretty too. They are pretty much whatever sort of meats and cheeses you want to eat on your favorite bread.
You also need some plain cream cheese. Putting it together is simple. Spread the cream cheese on each slice of bread. Top with cheese (if your cheese is a large slice you can fold in half like a triangle and use one half on each slice.
Now put it in a toaster oven or under your broiler until the cheese starts to bubble. This takes roughly 5 minutes. Top with your meat and you are ready for a great sandwich. I only put cheese on one slice of my bread and then put meat on the other slice. Pop both of those under the broiler and I have a wonderfully hot sandwich that didn’t take me long to make. Like I said you can add anything on top of the cream cheese that you wish to. Top it with a tomato if you wish or even pickles.
A filling and easy to make sandwich. One that even the kids will love.
- 2 slices Bread Any Kind you want
- 4 tbsp Cream Cheese
- 1-2 slices Cheese
- 1-2 slices Ham
- 1-2 slices Turkey
Spread cream cheese on both slices of bread. Top with cream
Toast in toaster oven for 10 minutes or in regular oven on broil for 5 minutes or until cheese is melted. Be sure to watch it.
Add meats and any other ingredients you wish to add.
You can use any type of bread, cheeses, ham, etc that you want. We switch this up often depending on what we are in the mood for.
Be careful with flavored cream cheeses. The fruity ones don't come out as well as the savory ones do.