Friday, August 17, 2018
Fried Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich
A peanut butter and jelly sandwich is probably the most well-known, most loved and the easiest sandwich to make. What could be better than that? I'll tell you what...a FRIED peanut butter and jelly sandwich! Oh, my gosh. I did not know what I had been missing all these years. Now that I have made one (and devoured it), I will never eat a PB & J any other way. It truly is mind-blowing.
I know you may be thinking, "how different can it be?" Oh, wow. It is SO much better. I guarantee you that you will taste your first bite and your eyes will go wide and your taste buds will ignite. The crisp and crunchy bread is delightful but the real winner of the sandwich is the hot, MELTED, gooey peanut butter. Words cannot explain well enough how much better it is but please, for your own sake, TRY IT!
It is super easy to make a Fried Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich. All you need are:
2 slices of bread
1 T. butter
Get out your peanut butter and favorite jelly and your bread.
Spread peanut butter out over one piece of bread and jelly over the other.
Put your sandwich together and set aside.
Add your butter to a hot skillet and allow the butter to melt over medium heat. Don't burn your butter.
Place your sandwich into your pan and allow it to fry until the bottom is golden brown. Gently turn over the sandwich and allow to get to golden brown also. Remove and place it on a plate.
Cut in half and enjoy!
If you love a good sandwich, be sure to check out my Classic Italian Sub Sandwich recipe.
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