Traditional German Recipes: Part III- Toast Hawaii
Yet another fabulous but simple recipe translated from Die Gute Küche by Edda Meyer -Berkhout. This dish is a light option for lunch and even makes for a delicious snack.
Ingredients Needed for Two Servings:
- 2 slices of bread
- 2 tea spoons of mayonnaise
- curry powder
- 2 slices of lean, cooked ham
- 2 slices of pineapple
- 2 slices of cheese (personal preference)
- 2 cherries
It is best to lightly grill one side of the bread. The side which is then toasted should be covered in a fine layer of mayonnaise that has been stirred with a little curry power. Then, arrange the lean cuts of ham, pineapple slice, and cheese onto the bread, respectively.
Place the prepared toast in a 350° oven until the cheese is melted. After removal, add a cherry on top and serve immediately before the cheese has the chance to harden once more.
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