Recipe by JustJanS
Russ and I stopped at a tiny pub in the English countryside for lunch. The menu was limited and the chef under stress as a full coach had just arrived. We were told all we could have were sandwiches-these were unbelievable. They were made with thickly sliced artisan bread and came with a salad of bitter leaves and fries on the side. We really didn’t need the fries! Australians and the English usually butter their bread but it’s up to you.
Top Review by Joe M.
I first had one of these near Grasmere, UK. It was fantastic, and I ended up ordering similar sandwiches throughout my stay. Just about to make one right now -- so easy, so delicious! (Canadian bacon is a good sub for British "bacon".)
- 4 slices bacon, halved
- 8 slices bread (buttered is optional)
- butter (optional)
- 100 g brie cheese, sliced thin
Directions See How It's Made
- Heat a pan over medium heat, cook bacon to your liking.
- Meanwhile butter bread if you wish; spread one side with a little chutney.
- Divide hot bacon between chutnied bread slices, top with cheese, bread and cut to serve.
- Eat at once.
- Good served with a green salad on the side.