The brie/molasses balance is really important, and delicious, you may want to experiment a bit to determine just the right amount with the cheese you are using.
“The Birthday Sandwich”
- 4 large slices of very fresh, rustic bread sliced thinly Watercress or arugula, nice and spicy
- 4 T pomegranate molasses, or to taste
- 1/4 lb. very thinly sliced prosciutto
- 1/4 lb. brie cheese, or other soft ripened cheese
- salt,pepper and olive oil to taste
Spread one side of each sandwich with cheese, drizzle each with 1 T. pomegranate molasses. Drizzle the other side of the sandwich with olive oil. Drape the paper thin slices of prosciutto over the brie, and top with greens, salt and pepper to taste. Makes 2 very large sandwiches, serves 2-4.
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