This simple sandwich may not look like much, but looks deceive. Beneath the plain surface are three ingredients that will make you come back for more. Why make a cheese sandwich, when you can make a heavenly cheese sandwich like this one.
As with everything else in cooking, it helps to start with the best ingredients. In fact, the simplier the recipe the greater the need to strive for the highest quality ingredients. This simple cheese sandwhich can be made with your favourite everyday cheese. Dubliner cheese is one of ours and is a staple in the test kitchen. This aged Irish cheddar has a mildly sweet taste combined with a sharpness that together reminds me of parmesan cheese.
- 1 slice of sourdough bread
- Dubliner cheese (thinly sliced but be generous in the serving size)
- 2-3 cloves of roasted garlic
- Duck fat/butter
Lightly toast the bread. While still warm, apply a thin veneer of duck-fat/butter over the surface. The warmth from the bread will melt the fat causing it to infuse the bread with added depth of flavor. Crush the roasted garlic and apply in similar format and then top with the cheese. Eat while still warm.