Sometimes I like to use up nearly everything in the fridge before going to the store. Not only is it a great way to reduce food waste, but it also leads to new food combinations, some of which become our family’s favorites. This is how the apple and goat cheese sandwich came to be.
- 2 slices bread - I used rosemary bread
- goat cheese
- 1 apple sliced
- drizzle of honey
- Toast some rosemary bread (or any bread).
- Spread on soft goat cheese - about 2 tablespoons per slice, more if you like.
- Layer with apple slices, then drizzle with honey.
You could easily make this on baguette slices for an appetizer, or add some fresh herbs or greens to give it more bulk and nutritional value. It would also be good with ricotta cheese, or with other seasonal fruits like strawberries, peaches, plums, or apricots (which are just around the corner!).
Simple ingredients come together here in a delicious, almost dessert-like open-faced sandwich. What simple ingredients do you love combining?
[email protected]April 2, 2013 at 2:32 pm
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Looks so amazing I cant wait to make this!!
LaurenApril 2, 2013 at 5:21 pm
When I’m being lazy I love just cutting up some carrots, potatoes, onions, mushrooms, and pieces of chicken or turkey and throwing them into my slow cooker with chicken bouillon cubes. It isn’t necessary “simple ingredients,” but it’s pretty easy and I can walk away and forget about it for a few hours to work on some of my DIY projects. 🙂 Your sandwich looks pretty amazing, great idea!