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Thursday, December 09, 2010

Rolled Bread Sandwiches

Rolled Bread Sandwiches

Sandwiches are sandwiches. Two pieces of bread with something in-between. While thinking of a way to make a simple meal more attractive, these rolled bread sandwiches came about.

Any favorite sandwich fillings/fixings would work, as long as it is cohesive and not too soggy. These rolled sandwiches here use feta, sun-dried tomatoes, pepperoncini, red onions and some Monterey Jack cheese to hold them together. Any other favorite cheese that melts well would be fine - Colby Jack, Mozzarella, even Cheddar.

The sandwiches are served with hot gumbo.

Preparation
  1. Cut out the crust from two slices of bread; slightly overlap one edge and roll the bread slices out with a rolling pin to make a larger flatter bread piece
  2. Place some Monterey Jack along the short edges and toast in the toaster oven till cheese just starts to melt
  3. Remove from the toaster oven, pile some filling on one end, roll as tight as possible, letting the melted Monterey Jack cheese seal the roll
  4. Toast in the toaster oven till desired brownness on the outside

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