How to make it

  • Generously butter the outside of 4 slices of bread.
  • Lay 2 slices in a pan, buttered side down, and cover with cheese slices
  • Next, add a layer of ham, then a layer of apple slices.
  • Top sandwich with other slices of bread, butter side up.
  • Cover sandwiches loosely with foil and heat on low heat until cheese layer begins to melt.
  • Gently flip sandwich, keeping filling intact.
  • No need to re-cover with foil at this point – just continue to heat until bottom of sandwich is browned.
  • Cut each sandwich in half and spread top of each half with blueberry jam; serve immediately.
  • NOTE: In place of blueberry jam, use a jalapeno jam for a different taste “bite” – my husband likes it even better this way. I’m a much “sweeter” person, so I go with the blueberry jam…or strawberry is good, too, especially if I have some homemade handy. I’m sure any jam flavor would go well with this sandwich!
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    " It was excellent "
    lasaf ate it and said...
    Now I have go to Fleet Farm and buy some Malkin's Blueberry jam. I had enough of the man store over Christmas. Maybe I can get the hubby to go. High 5 from me. Ya know.-Lori
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    " It was good "
    corrinnej ate it and said...
    Sounds wonderful! I bet it would be good with goat cheese or even brie. Love it! Thanks.
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  • tillia 9 years ago
    I was looking at the pics, trying to figure out the exact type/slice/etc of ham you used. I NEED to make an exact replica of that great looking sandwich! Any suggestions? I just happen to have a jar of Red Pepper Jelly that needs to be on this sandwich. Just one half though. I am going to try your blueberry on the other half!
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  • borinda 9 years ago
    In the mood for a light little snackie-poo, eh, Krummie? This read like a Lawrence Sanders novel!
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  • michellem 9 years ago
    Good golly miss molly this sounds and looks fabulous! I have gruyere cheese left over from my Breakfast casserole I made for our Christmas celebration(before we left for NJ) Im going to have dig it out and make these....yummy for my tummy!!
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    " It was excellent "
    meals4abby ate it and said...
    OH MY GAWD!!! Totally drooling right now! Great pics...Beautiful and flagged as such!
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    " It was excellent "
    juels ate it and said...
    Just reading the description make me hungry! Love the flavors here! Apples and cheese...yum!
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    " It was excellent "
    chefelaine ate it and said...
    GREAT combination of flavors!! HIGH FIVE, Krumkake!!

    Elaine ~:+D
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    " It was excellent "
    chihuahua ate it and said...
    Kind of like a Pannini, except it's not squished! I love hot sandwiches. They're delicious. Mango chutney tastes great on them. A high five from me Krum:)

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