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OFB Recipes: How To Make An Apple Toastie Pie

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Today's Recipe:
Rumour has it that the modern version of the sandwich came about when Montagu’s servants put some meat between two slices of bread as a way for the Earl to eat his meal while gambling. Our beloved friend, Sasko, has a great sandwich idea – an Apple Pie toastie for you to share with your family and friends.


Ingredients (for 4)

160 g cream cheese

4 tbsp. icing sugar

1/2 tsp. cinnamon

4 Granny Smith apples, sliced into rounds and deseeded

Butter for frying

4 tbsp. demerara sugar, or you can use brown sugar

30 g raisins

8 slices Sasko Plus Rosehip and Honeybush Brown Bread

80 g butter (softened)

Whipped cream/ice cream to serve.


Either use a non-stick frying pan or a sandwich/panini press to make these.

Fry the apple slices in batches in your sandwich or panini press or in a non-stick pan in a little butter until just browned and slightly softened. Set aside to cool and clean the sandwich/panini press or frying pan. 

Mix the cream cheese, icing sugar and cinnamon together in a bowl until well combined. Smear each slice of the bread with equal amounts of the cinnamon-cream cheese. 

Top half of the slices of bread with a sprinkling of raisins. Place a layer of apple slices on top of the raisins. Sprinkle 1 tbsp. of demerara sugar over the apples and cover with another layer of apples.

Seal each sandwich with the remaining slices of bread, with the cinnamon-cream cheese side facing down. Butter both sides of the sandwiches.

Toast in your sandwich/panini press or fry in a non-stick frying pan, turning once, until crisp and toasted. Serve warm with whipped cream or ice cream.

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