SANDWICHES

GRILLED PEANUT BUTTER PICKLE AND ONION

GRILLED PEANUT BUTTER PICKLE AND ONION

There’s not a big melt on this, because we use natural peanut butter – fresh pressed. But the heat softens it nicely, not requiring the ooze factor. Dill pickle, sweet onion and country dijon mustard bring this natural peanut butter to a rustic but lovely conclusion!

Makes 1 sandwich

2 slices whole grain bread

fresh ground natural peanut butter

dijon mustard, counry style

sliced kosher dill pickles

thinly sliced sweet onion

oil for frying

freshly ground black pepper

Spread 2 slices bread evenly with natural peanut butter.

Top one slice evenly with mustard, then the other slice with pickles and onion. Close.

Heat a little oil in skillet, over medium heat, till hot.

Sprinkle pan with black pepper.

Add sandwich. Fry on both sides will browned. Cut into triangles and serve.






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