Homestyle Apple Sandwich

 
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Homestyle Apple Sandwich

Another one of my fall favorite recipe is a “homestyle apple sandwich“, its super duper easy and
made with all the veggies you like along with green apples.

Why Green Apple??? Coz they are juicy, crisp, add a tang to the regular sandwich and also cause I had many of them lying at home šŸ˜‰ 
Homestyle??? Coz I was too lazy to take out the panini press or any other fancy kitchen electronic. Hence plain simple nonstick and it creates a great crust too.
Enjoy them fresh n warm !!!
 
Serves: 1
Serving Suggestion: Serve hot along with beverage of choice.
 
Tools: 
1 Medium Bowl ā€“ For mixing veggies
1 Medium heavy nonstick pan
1 Heavy Flat Spatula ā€“ For pressing the sandwiches
1 Serving Plate
 
Ingredients:
Ā½ Green Apple ā€“ (Iā€™m using granny smith green apple) Thinly chopped
Ā½ Small Onion ā€“ Thinly chopped
Ā½ Small Tomato ā€“ Thinly chopped
1 Small stick of Celery – Thinly chopped
2 Tbsp Pickled Artichoke – Thinly chopped ā€“ (Optional)
1 Tbsp Pickled Banana Peppers – Thinly chopped (Optional)
1 Tbsp Chopped Cheese ā€“ Any cheese of your choice. (Iā€™m using American cheese)

Salt ā€“ To taste Black Pepper ā€“ To taste

4 Slices of Bread ā€“ Iā€™m using regular brown bread, you can use your choice or bread/bagel
Cooking Spray ā€“ You can use regular oil

 

 
Method:
 
  • In a medium bowl, mix all the veggies along with salt n pepper. (Pic1)
  • Divide the mixture in two parts and spread over two slices of bread. Cover with remaining
    slices. (Pic2)
  • Spray the nonstick pan with oil and heat on high flame for a min.
  • Add the filled bread slices, press by flat spatula till they brown on each side. (Pic3)
  • Slice into desired shape and serve hot.

1 Reply to "Homestyle Apple Sandwich"

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    Molly Kumar October 9, 2013 (6:23 am)
    Thanks Lydia and I've just posted this recipe for the contest :)
    Thanks once again !!!

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