CARAMELIZED ONIONS SAUSAGE TOASTED SANDWICHES

Have you ever had the perfect breakfast? Well, this sandwich recipe will give you that. Speaking of sandwiches, fun fact, apparently these are not sandwiches but are called Jaffles! I never knew that. Growing up we always called them toasted sandwiches, after all they had stuffing in between them, so they are sandwiches. All my life I called them that until literally yesterday when I posted on my Instagram and a friend of mine told me they were Jaffles. True to her word, clicking on the hash tag I stumbled upon these delicious meals. There are even restaurants whose sole menu is the different kinds of Jaffles, I think I gone died and went to Jaffles heaven! That just gave me do many ideas of the kinds of filling I can fill in them! So back to my “sandwich” for now I’ll still call them that 😏. The caramelized onions give these sandwiches a sweet and smoky flavour that is just awesome and really goes well with the sausages. I loved this combo, but you can check out my peanut butter toasted sandwich or my delectable tomato boiled egg sandwich and tell me which one you love the most.

INGREDIENTS

4 Slices Bread
2 Cooked Sausages
1 Onion chopped into rings
1 Teaspoon Black Pepper
1/8 Teaspoon Paprika
4 Tablespoons Butter

METHOD

Add onions to pan with oil

On medium high heat start frying the onions

Add black pepper

Add salt

Add paprika

Fry until spices infused in the onions

Fry several more minutes until onions browned and caramelized

Spread butter on one side of each of the bread

Scoop a tablespoon of the caramelized onions

Spread evenly on the bread. Add more if you want

Take the cooked chopped sausages

Start lining them up ontop of the caramelized onions

Make sure the whole bread slice is covered with the sausages

Repeat topping the second slice with caramelized onions

And topping with chopped sausages

Cover the first bread slice with the second

If you have some cheese you can add on top of the bread

All set for some toastin’

Turn your sandwich maker on and let it heat

Add the first slice in

Add the second slice of bread

Cover the sandwich maker and let bread toast

Toast sandwich until lightly golden or dark to your preference

Take out of the toaster and set on a plate

This is my perfect brown right there

 A close up of all that goodness

 I love the pattern that forms at the top, different sandwich makers usually have different designs

Slice the sandwich, you can see all that caramelized onion stuffing, yummy

Well, hello there sausage stuffing!

You can top up these sandwiches with fruits, syrup, chocolate sauce or even sprinkle with cinnamon and/or icing sugar

A perfect blend of crunch and comforting fluffy inside, what more could you want?

Every bite you get the caramelized onions and sausages. Serve while still warm

CARAMELIZED ONIONS SAUSAGE TOASTED SANDWICHES

Recipe by Mulunga Alukwe

Prep time: 05 Minutes

Cook time: 10 Minutes

Total time: 15 Minutes

Yield: 1 Serving

Ingredients

  • 4
    Bread slices
  • 2
    Sausages cooked
  • 1
    Onion
  • 1 Teaspoon
    Black Pepper
  • 1/8 Teaspoon
    Paprika
  • 4 tablespoons
    Butter

Cooking Directions

  1. Add onions to pan with oil. On medium high heat start frying the onions. Add black pepper. Add salt. Add paprika. Fry until spices infused in the onions. Fry several more minutes until onions browned and caramelized
  2. Spread butter on one side of each of the bread. Scoop a tablespoon of the caramelized onions. Spread evenly on the bread. Add more if you want
  3. Take the cooked chopped sausages. Start lining them up ontop of the caramelized onions.Make sure the whole bread slice is covered with the sausages
  4. Repeat topping the second slice with caramelized onions. And topping with chopped sausages. Cover the first bread slice with the second. If you have some cheese you can add on top of the bread
  5. Turn your sandwich maker on and let it heat. Add the first slice in. Add the second slice of bread. Cover the sandwich maker and let bread toast
  6. Toast sandwich until lightly golden or dark to your preference. Take out of the toaster and set on a plate
  7. Slice the sandwich, you can see all that caramelized onion stuffing, yummy. You can top up these sandwiches with fruits, syrup, chocolate sauce or even sprinkle with cinnamon and/or icing sugar. Every bite you get the caramelized onions and sausages. Serve while still warm

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