What a fabulous lunch!! Loved the flavor of the spiced apples with the melty havarti!! Very easy to make. You can definitely cut the butter down a bit. I used about half. Made for a Seasoned Sailor and his Sassy Sirens ZWT6!!
The added apple is an original item in a grilled sandwich for me and it was delicious! I made this for my lunch yesterday using a Fugi apple and was more than pleased. What a great combo with just a pinch of Splenda for the sugar. Yum!
WOW! I made this for me only as a late night snack and it was extremely tasty! I used the brick style havarti cheese and gala apples. I love how the cheese melted so perfectly. Made for Veg 'N Swap tag #28.
WIGal, this is one excellent grilled sandwich. We enjoyed this very much. The apples, spices, sugar and cheese blend perfectly together, creating a very special treat. It was perfect, lunch and dessert all in one. Thanks for sharing this recipe, which I will make again and again. Loved the addition of the cardamom.
This was very different for a sandwich but very good! Though I enjoyed the combination of flavors, I found the apples to be too sweet; they really took over the cheese. I made one serving which called for 1 - 1 1/2 TBLS of sugar for 1/4 apple. I used a scant TBLS, next time I will use a tsp or less. I was thinking a little caramelized onion would be delicious with this combination. For the bread I used "Old Reliable" French Bread (for Kitchen Aid Mixers). Thanks Kathy for sharing, I'm looking forward to making this again. Made for PRMRT
My husband and I both loved this! I followed the recipe exactly and will absolutely make it again!
We loved this! We had this for lunch and loved the combination of flavours! Delicious, different and easy to prepare! Made for ZT 6 :)
I loved this sandwich I loved this sandwich! I used Splenda and sourdough bread. I will make this often. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
I've never had this mix on a sandwich before, and I was so pleasantly surprised by how delicious it is! The apples are delicious on their own....but even more so with the ooey-gooey melted havarti. Thanks for sharing!