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Weird, Wonderful and Winning Toasties - 10 Recipes To Make You Drool

Whether it’s the simplicity of two slices of bread, butter and a filling, the fact you can have them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (and even dessert), or that the thought of ooey-gooey melted cheese can make anyone salivate… but, no matter what the secret ingredient is, toasted sandwiches rock!

They are a quintessential camping staple, the ideal morning grab and run eat-in-the-car snack, pack and toast at work lunch, and even a gourmet stylish Sunday night meal matched with the perfect wine.

Some call them Toasties, but they are also fondly known as a Jaffle, Croque Monsieur, Grilled Cheese or simply a Melt. Whatever you call them, at Beerenberg we make dozens upon dozens of chutneys, relishes, sauces, jams and condiments that go 100% amazingly with the toasted sandwich.

We had our team scour Pinterest for inspiration and here are our

Top 10 Weird, Wonderful and Winning Toasties

Prawn Toast Sandwich

If you love Chinese take-out this recipe for a prawn toast sandwich will get your tastebuds tingling. It’s packed full of flavour and deep fried for extra crunchiness.

We suggest you try using our Asian Dressing & Dipping Sauce as an alternative to the hoisin and siracha.

Monte Cristo Sandwich

What is a Monte Cristo sandwich? If you’ve been do Disneyland, you probably know. They serve their famous Monte Cristo as a deep fried sandwich with ham, turkey and cheese. Then it is served with berry jam and dusted with powdered sugar.

Our Cranberry Sauce will be perfect for this sandwich.

Korean Steak Sandwiches with Jalapenos and Garlic Mayo

Korean Steak Sandwiches with Jalapenos and Garlic Mayo are cheesy, loaded with Korean flavored steak, veggies and with a garlic mayo drizzled on. Trust us this sandwich will blow your mind on the flavour factor.

Take it to the next level with our Garlic Sauce and Chilli Sauce.

Dulce de Leche Dessert Panin

Why don’t we eat more sandwiches for dessert?

This is a sandwich made up of layers of gooey marshmallow, and freshly sliced berries all in a buttery flakey croissant! Enjoy in strawberry season with fresh strawberries out make with strawberry jam.

Pizza Grilled Cheese

We call this the grown up cheese toastie. This pizza grilled cheese sandwich is piled high with crispy salami, melty mozzarella cheese, pizza sauce and fresh basil. Instead of using pizza sauce we recommend you use the Beerenberg Tomato & Roasted Garlic Relish.

Gruyere Grilled Cheese with Carmelized Onions and Mustard

A caramelised onion, whole grain mustard, and Gruyere grilled cheese perfect for impressing friends with a good bottle of wine. Make with our Caramelised onion and Smoky Honey Mustard for sweetness and tang.

BBQ Chicken & Pineapple Grilled Cheese

This is a great alternative to take away pizza. A BBQ Chicken & Pineapple Grilled Cheese is the perfect ooey-gooey Hawaiian style sandwich. Delicious! Try with with our BBQ Sauce or even the Coopers Pale Ale BBQ Sauce for something a little different.

Spicy Apple Cheddar Grilled Cheese

Spicy chilli with extra sharp cheddar, sweet apples, and cinnamon honey butter, all melted together with a little fresh rocket on thick crusty bread, makes the most flavour bomb grilled cheese you will ever try! Try this with our Chilli Jam.

Best Tuna Melt Sandwich Recipe

Tuna Melt is very popular in the US, but rarely talked up in Australia - but made right it can be the ultimate sandwich with a flavourful tuna fish mixture, slices of cheddar cheese, freshly sliced tomatoes all melted together. We made this recipe using our Beerenberg Tartare Sauce.

Darren Purchese's spicy lamb mince jaffle

This is an is easy to make, delicious sandwich and the pine nuts are a great addition. The spices and herbs are added last to keep things fresh. We have taken inspiration from. This recipe from Darren Purchese's cookbook, Chefs Eat Toasties Too, however, if you have left over Beerenberg Slow Cook Moroccan Lamb it also makes for an incredible toasted sandwich.

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