It’s sandwich time! That statement is true at some point almost every day for me. I usually eat one for lunch. Sometimes I’ll make them for dinner. My usual one is ham, turkey, and cheese with a boatload of toppings. Every now and then I’ll make a turkey reuben when I have leftovers from roasting a turkey. When I want a special sandwich, one that stands out from the rest, I’ll make prosciutto and brie on baguette. Oh la la!! The ultimate one to go with wine.
Prosciutto and brie on baguette is a simple sandwich. I make it a bit more decadent by adding butter to it. I discovered that addition while on one on my trips to California wine country. This little cafe on the Sonoma square had it on the menu. As soon as I took a bite of that sandwich, I knew it was how I had to make mine from then on. It’s funny how it took a trip across the country to find another great use for butter. You know I like butter a whole lot.
How often do you eat sandwiches? Do you switch it up or have a usual? The good thing about them is how they are easily transportable. This sandwich is perfect for a picnic too. The weather is getting so nice. Now is the time to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. You might as well eat something tasty while you are at it.
Prosciutto and Brie on Baguette
- 1 baguette
- 1/4 pound prosciutto sliced very thin
- 1 wedge of brie cheese about 6 to 8 ounces
Slice the baguette in half lengthwise. Spread a thin layer of butter on each half. On the bottom half, spread out the prosciutto evenly. Slice the brie into 1/4-inch slices and place on top of the prosciutto. Cover with top half of bread. Cut into 3 or 4 pieces. Serve immediately or wrap in parchment paper for later enjoyment. Store in a cool place or in the refrigerator.
A recipe for Prosciutto and Brie on a Baguette. This is a classic sandwich that is good for a picnic or to enjoy any time. It is easy to prepare and only has a few ingredients.
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