Know what I mean, Peaches n’ Cheese!

Hopefully someone got my crappy rap song reference…

The inspiration for this bombazz sandy came from Rebekah’s contest! The goal was to create a recipe using the ingredient of the week — peaches!

Grilled (Vanilla Scented) Peaches & Gruyere Sandwich

Food porn?

Recipe: Serves 1

Slice 1 ripe peach into thinnish rounds. Lay them out on a plate.

In a separate little bowl, mix together 1 tbsp white balsamic vinegar and 1 tsp vanilla. Pour this over the peaches and let it soak in for a minute or so.

Grill the peaches on the stove top for a couple minutes on each side.

Take two whole wheat slices of bread. Layer thin slices of gruyere on one.

Spray a large pan with canola oil and turn the heat up to medium high. Place the cheesed bread on the pan. When the peaches are done, layer them on top of the cheese and then top with the other piece of bread. When the bottom is browned, spray the pan again with canola oil and flip the sandwich over. When the other side is browned, it is finished!

Benefits:

Peaches * a good source of potassium, vitamins A, C and K!

PS: If you guys go to my lovely photographer friend’s website, you might just recognize the first person you see….

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14 thoughts on “Know what I mean, Peaches n’ Cheese!

  1. Food porn, indeed! This looks so delicious. I never used to think that pairing cheese with anything sweet would end up well… I still haven’t tried it, but I have confidence in your tastes 😀

    Wei-Wei

  2. Food porn for sure! What a great idea for a sandwhich! So warm and gooey and delicious sounding.
    That would be really good with a few slices of chicken too! YUM! The short marinade for the peaches sounds great too! I would NEVER think of putting those together but can’t wait to try it out.

    Thanks for the recipe and ideas!

  3. i am so sorry girl – i never got your recipe… which is so weird, because that’s my only email!

    this combo sounds crazy! i’ll trust you, though, and make it sometime if i could land my hands on some gruyere. not the cheapest cheese around here!
    -rebekah

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