This is the most amazing sandwich I have ever had.
My assignment from Lady Behind the Curtain was to create something with caramel and apple.
And how exciting to be part of the Improv Cooking Challenge through Lady Behind the Curtain.
Sheryl has worked very hard at putting together this linky party. I am honored to be part of it.
Thank you Sheryl!!
Okay, to be different, this is what I came up with.
This is a follow along recipe, so you will have to carry your lap top into the kitchen.
Yes, I will wait......
Are you there yet?
No, no, don't sit your lap top that close to the sink......move it over just a little. Much better. Now we can get started.
You don't want it too hot or it will cook the mayonnaise. You don't want that to happen or you'll have lumps.....EWWWW!
Mix with 1/4 c. mayonnaise.
Thinly slice 1 Fuji apple (very thin).
Butter one side of rye bread, and spread the other side with the caramel mayo mixture.
Lay sliced apples on top of the mayo mixture.
Place deli turkey on top of apples.
Spinach on top of turkey.
A slice of mozzarella/provolone cheese.
Flip the slice of bread with only the apples on top of the cheese.
Place the sandwich in a preheated George Forman, and close the lid.
Let them cook for about 7 - 10 minutes, or done to your liking.
But then again, there has probably already been a better one created. I am one of those experimental chefs that seems to be one step behind....UGH!!
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