Today’s scrumptious recipe is courtesy of my husband. Here’s the true story about how this came about. I have been sick for ten days with the worst flu ever. While sick, my husband has jumped in and taken care of everything. Because I have been losing weight he made it his mission to be sure I was eating despite having no appetite. This sandwich! This sandwich is so good I told him he should open a food truck serving just this. It may seem random but I am telling you this sandwich is a winner. It’s the only thing I’ve wanted to eat for over a week. That’s saying a lot. So here is what I am calling, The World’s Best Roast Beef and Brie Sandwich.
It may not look like it will rock your world, but I promise it will.
- roast beef
- bread of your choice
- brie cheese
- red onions
- olive oil
- dill pickle
- dash of salt and pepper
Heat a tablespoon of olive in a saute pan and add the onions. Cook until caramelized. This makes all the difference. When the onions are almost browned, toast the bread. Once the onions are ready, layer a dill pickle (we use the sandwich stackers . . . fancy, I know), warm roast beef, caramelized onions and brie. Add a dash of salt and pepper. The toast allows it all to melt together. So good!!!
I would seriously serve these for a picnic or a lunch at the house. I would most likely use a roll (still toasted) and wrap the sandwich in parchment paper. It’s great served with fresh fruit.
A huge thank you to my husband for taking such good care of me. I was joking with a friend of mine earlier in the week. She asked if I had Influence A or B and I told her I have A-Z. Or at least that’s how it feels. Turning the corner and hoping to be back to my self very soon.
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*I want to send my heartfelt condolences to all of those deeply affected by the events in Brussels. I have family traveling in Europe and it’s times like these that we realize just how fragile life is. Praying that these senseless acts of violence end.