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Made by Ben Lear
(I make this myself)
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What’s in it? Pesto mayo. Balsamic vinaigrette. Avocado. Caramelized onions. Romaine lettuce. Tomato. Ham or chicken. Swiss, buffalo mozzarella or gruyere First. Toast the bread. Take the bottom slice out early. Spread a light layer of mayonnaise on it. Follow this with a touch of pesto. Next, find whatever meat you have around (astonishingly, this choice does not make or break the sandwich. Though it is the main content, it will be delicious anyway). Use either deli ham, or roasted chicken (Turkey works but is not ideal). On top of the meat, lay down your cheese. Use either swiss, gruyere, or buffalo mozzarella. Put this half of the sandwich into the toaster oven and then set to broil (until the cheese is thoroughly melted and you can sense the meat is hot). Meanwhile, take the top half of bread that you toasted longer (until golden brown but still soft) and put the same amount of mayonnaise and pesto on it. Then cut some slices of avocado and put them on. IMPORTANT: Mat the avocado down so it won't slip out of the sandwich when you are eating it. Then drizzle a little balsamic vinaigrette. On top of the avocado, lay down your caramelized onions. Then put down some romaine lettuce and a couple fresh tomato slices on the bread (you don't want the tomato to overlap). Once the bottom half is cooked, take it out and carefully put the two sides together. Once together, press down on the sandwich a bit to let the two sides get to know each other. Then cut down the middle and enjoy!
Bread Type? Rustic Ciabatta/Rosemary Focaccia (toasted)