|One sandwich with all of the flavors of fall|
|Granny Smith Apple, Prosciutto, Smoked Goat Cheese and Fig Jam|
With this sandwich, there's a lot going on and the various textures and flavors keep it interesting. The real star here is the homemade fig jam that my fellow blogger and friend Lara, from Good Cook Doris, gave me. This stuff is amazing and I know for a fact that I will be whipping up my own batch of this shortly. The fresh fig jam just provided such a fantastically sweet contrast to the salty prosciutto and the little seeds make such a satisfying little "pop" sound with each bite. If you don't have the time to make this, a nice substitution could be Dalmatia Fig Spread, which can be found at most grocery stores, usually in the specialty cheese section.
|Mmmm....Homemade Fig Jam|
|Toasted Apple, Prosciutto and Smoked Goat Cheese Sandwich|
- 2 pieces of bread (I used a good hearty wheat bread)
- About 1 tbs of fig jam (or Dalamatia Spread)
- Enough Dijon mustard to cover 1 piece of bread
- 3-4 thinly sliced pieces of prosciutto
- 1/2 granny smith apple, sliced extra thin
- About 1 tbs smoked goat cheese
Spread fig spread on one piece of the bread and Dijon mustard on the other. Layer in the apples, prosciutto, and goat cheese. Heat sandwich in a frying pan or panini maker until brown on both sides and the cheese is melted through. Serve immediately.