Sunday, June 20, 2010

Grilled PB&J

Ideal Meals for the “Wai Guo Ren” (Foreigner)
Living in Taiwan for a few years has taught me how to make foods I am familiar with back home but with limited resources and on a budget. If you have access to a COSTCO, than your options broaden, but for the most part, we eat simply and this recipe is a part of a collection for the American teachers living in Taiwan with a simple stove, toaster oven and small grocery store in town.

Today’s Recipe: Grilled PB & J- Serves YOU

Ok, so maybe you all grew up with grilled PB&J’s, but this was new for me last year! A friend made one for me with peanut butter and sliced bananas- it was YUMMY! I loved the peanut butter oozing out of my sandwich with warm bananas! Give it a try and see what you think!
Items Needed:
  • Stove top burner
  • Pan
  • Cooking spatula
  • Knife
  • A childhood memory

Ingredients Needed:
2 slices of bread
Peanut butter
Any choice of jelly, honey OR banana

1. Spread the peanut butter on one slice of bread and jelly, honey or banana on the other side.
2. Put them together to make a sandwich and butter both sides of the sandwich.
3. Heat the pan over medium heat and grill one side until golden brown and flip, doing the same to the other side.

Whatcha think??

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