Apple & Turkey Grilled Sandwich with Cheddar and Whole Grain Honey Mustard

Apple turkey grilled sandwich with cheddar and whole grain honey mustard
Hi guys, Thomas here. I have a confession to make. If I had to choose one kind of food to eat everyday, for the rest of my life, it would be sandwiches! I just love them! Sometimes I wonder, who was the genius who decided to put stuff between two slices of bread?!
Anyhow, this recipe here is for an easy to make, delicious Turkey-Cheddar-Honey-Mustard sandwich. Regina used our 
Angico Honey to balance the acidity of the vinegar and the white wine. At our house we are fans of strong mustards, and we prefer to make our own Honey Mustard instead of buying something at the store (we prefer making most things from scratch).
Here we go:

Ingredients for the whole grain honey mustard:

 ⅛ cup of brown mustard seeds

 

Directions:

 In a medium bowl mix both mustards, apple cider vinegar and white wine. Cover with plastic wrap and leave it for 12 hours and room temperature place. Then stir in honey, salt and pepper. Keep the mustard in a airtight container in refrigerator.

 

Ingredients for 2 sandwiches:

 4 slices of wholegrain bread

  • 4 slices of turkey
  • 6-8 thinly sliced yellow cheddar cheese
  • 2 large slices of heirloom tomatoes
  • 6 slices of apple
  • Whole grain mustard
  • 1 tsp of Brazilian Acacia - Angico (Buy it on Amazon)
  • Melted butter for the bread

 

Directions:

 Brush the bread with melted butter and toast from both sides.

  1. Mix the honey with mustard and spread on bottom slice of bread. Put half of cheese, then slice of tomato, turkey, apples and another half of cheese. Put the slice of bread on top. Grill the sandwiches until cheese melts. Serve immediately.

 

 Apple turkey grilled sandwich with cheddar and whole grain honey mustard

 

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