Gourmet Golf Open Faced Sandwiches

Gourmet Golf Open Faced Sandwiches : (Pre & Post Golf Game with Gran Reserva Wine) These are a collection of gourmet savory and sweet open-faced sandwiches perfect for a golf party. They can be prepped a night before and ready in 15 minutes. quick-gourmet-sandwiches-recipeHey Everyone, Hope you’ll are doing great and have you made plans for the upcoming Memorial Day Long Weekend?

We are hosting a pre and post golf party at our place and I’m making these gorgeous Gourmet Golf Open Faced Sandwiches and serving them with Gran Reserva wines.

After a long time, it’s finally sunny and bright in California and we have absolutely no reasons to stay indoors for the weekends or the long weekends.

So the men have planned a good 3-4 hours golf game and it’s a perfect opportunity for us to share this delicious cabernet sauvignon and sauvignon blanc that we got from Gran Reserva wines with our friends.

The wines are from the Colchagua Valley, Chile and we love both their taste, the cabernet sauvignon has hints of plum, cherry, and slight chocolate while the sauvignon blanc tastes fruity with hints of hazelnut flavor – trust me, you’d love both of these!


Since it’s a post-lunch game, I’m keeping the menu pretty simple with a variety of finger food that goes great with our wines and easy for all of us to grab and chat before the game.

Also, since golf parties are incomplete without sandwiches, I decided to do a mix of savory and sweet Gourmet Golf Open Faced Sandwiches which look absolutely gorgeous and tastes super yum.

I’m keeping the base of all the sandwiches the same (creamcheese+ hint of truffle oil) and including different toppings like pickled cucumber, pickled carrots, smoked turkey (you can use any other meat), kiwis, etc. I can already feel that the everyone is gonna love the combination.


Also, here’s a great offer for all our golf lovers from Gran Reserva wines:

— Enjoy a $25 credit on a round of golf at major golf courses nationwide courtesy of Concha y Toro Gran Reserva. Find a specially marked bottle necker where you buy wine. —-

—> You can also enter great sweepstakes to win – one year of free golf. Check it out <—
So go ahead and take advantage of this offer and enjoy the Memorial Day Weekend with your golf buddies or use it on any other upcoming weekend.


Hope you get to try the wines soon along with these Gourmet Golf Open Faced Sandwiches. You can try these open-faced sandwiches with any of your favorite toppings.

Before I go enjoy that chilled glass of Sauvignon Blanc, here’s details on our Gran Reserva Wines:
Gran Reserva website
Tee Time Sweepstakes


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Yields 20 Open Faced Sandwiches

7-8 People


Gourmet Golf Open Faced Sandwiches

15 minPrep Time

15 minTotal Time

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20 Bread Slices - I'm using 5 grain bread but you can use any variety.

1 Cup Cream Cheese - room temperature

1 Tbsp Truffle Oil - optional

Salt - as per taste

Pepper - as per taste


1 Cup Pickled Cucumber

1 Cup Pickled Carrots

6 Slices Smoked Turkey - you may use any other thinly sliced meat.

3 Kiwis - chopped in small triangles

2 Tbsp Organic Raspberry Jam - you can use any other jam

5 Orange Slices

2 Tbsp Capers

1 Tbsp Dry Mint Leaves - crushed

12 Fresh Mint Leaves


  1. In a large bowl, mix cream cheese with truffle oil.
  2. Take 1 bread slice and using a round cookie cutter or large glass, cut the slice into a circle.
  3. Similarly, cut each slice into a circle and keep aside.
  4. Now take each circular slice and spread cream cheese over it.
  5. do the same for all the slices.
  6. Now, layer 5 with pickled cucumber and 5 with pickled carrots.
  7. Take the next 5 slices and layer them with smoked turkey.
  8. For the last remaining 5 slices, add a small amount of jam in the middle of the bread and spread it in a small circle. Layer the kiwis around it and place an orange slice over the center.
  9. Finally, sprinkle salt, pepper and crushed mint on all savory sandwiches.
  10. Transfer the sandwiches in serving platter and serve fresh along with Gran Reserva Wine.
246 cal
14 g
22 g
9 g

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35 Replies to "Gourmet Golf Open Faced Sandwiches"

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    Kylee from Kylee Cooks May 26, 2017 (2:12 am)
    Such gorgeous photos of such an upscale looking lunch! You're getting fancy, Molly!!
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    Jodi @ Create Kids Club May 23, 2017 (9:49 am)
    What a beautiful spread! Those sandwiches almost look to pretty to eat! :) Looks like a lovely party!
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    Amy May 22, 2017 (5:48 am)
    These pretty little sandwiches are so pretty and elegant and fun without being presumptuous! Love it!
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    Soniya May 21, 2017 (11:04 pm)
    Hmm.. Now I need to try these gourmet golf open sandwiches !I have never made them so very excited to try your recipe ☺️
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    Dene' V. Alexander May 21, 2017 (9:16 pm)
    I love the idea of an open-face sandwich! They seems quite versatile as far as toppings. The ones you have chosen are total yum!!
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    Karyn May 21, 2017 (8:35 pm)
    I really like those kind of open sandwiches. Everything in your photos looks so wonderfully put together and appetizing.It's mot certainly something I would try!
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    Marisa Franca @ All Our Way May 21, 2017 (5:22 pm)
    Your sandwiches look so good and colorful. And yes, I would indulge in the wine along with them. I like the idea of open-face sandwiches. They look more inviting when you can see the filling or topping.
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      Molly Kumar May 22, 2017 (2:26 am)
      That is so true, I love open faced sandwiches more as I can see the toppings :) I'm glad you liked the recipe - Thanks Marisa !
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    Uma May 21, 2017 (4:40 pm)
    Oh looks delightful! Love the color and presentation:) Molly I love to taste veggie sandwiches:) Thanks!
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    Linda @ Food Huntress May 21, 2017 (10:16 am)
    Pretty sandwiches! They are making me hungry. I think the truffle oil would be a good addition.
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      Molly Kumar May 22, 2017 (2:28 am)
      Thanks Linda and yes, the truffle oil gave them a great flavor.
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    Kathy McDaniel May 21, 2017 (2:04 am)
    First I love wine and I am very familiar with Concha y Toro! Now those cute canapes / open face sandwiches are divine!!! To die for really!! So pretty and delicious
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      Molly Kumar May 22, 2017 (2:29 am)
      I'm so happy you liked the sandwiches and great to know you've tasted Concha y Toro wines - Thanks for visiting
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    Gloria @ Homemade & Yummy May 20, 2017 (9:25 pm)
    Many years ago hubby and I had golf memberships. I do miss those days. Hopefully one day we can get back to swinging the clubs again...however I totally SUCK!! Open face sandwiches on the other hand are awesome. I would eat these any day of the week.
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    Noel Lizotte May 20, 2017 (3:59 pm)
    A perfect sandwich to have one afternoon when you need a bit of a pick me up, but don't want anything heavy.
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    Christine - Jar Of Lemons May 20, 2017 (2:41 pm)
    These open-faced sandwiches are a great idea for having people over! Love it. Can't wait to try it out!
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    Veena Azmanov May 20, 2017 (9:20 am)
    I love open faces sandwiches..... especially because you can add so much more. Cucumbers and carrots sound so creamy and yum.
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    Adriana Lopez Martn May 20, 2017 (2:03 am)
    Molly this is first class beautiful photography and those sandwiches are so beautiful I would not want to eat them =) You just do a wonderful job every time.
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      Molly Kumar May 22, 2017 (2:35 am)
      Aweee, thank you so much Adriana :) You're always so kind !
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    Mackenzie @ Food Above Gold May 19, 2017 (10:02 pm)
    The addition of the truffle oil to the cream cheese is absolutely brilliant! And I bet it all just pairs so nicely with the wine!
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      Molly Kumar May 22, 2017 (4:47 am)
      It sure does goes really well with the sandwich and wine - Thanks Mackenzie.
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    Stephanie@ApplesforCJ May 19, 2017 (5:34 pm)
    I could so get into these appetizers with a couple glasses of Wine. I'm ready for the long weekend coming up and some relaxing. I'll have to look out for these wines.
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    Marlynn | UrbanBlissLife May 19, 2017 (5:24 pm)
    What a lovely tray of sandwiches! I adore open-faced sandwiches, and love the combination of ingredients you used for these. I've never had that wine before and will definitely check it out. Thanks for the tip!
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    Tina Dawson | Love is in my Tummy May 19, 2017 (12:36 pm)
    For something that looks so complex and decadent, it sure is easy to make! Bravo you!
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      Molly Kumar May 22, 2017 (2:33 am)
      Aweee, thanks so much Tina, glad you liked them.

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