Pan Fried Bacon, Camembert and Onion Chutney Sandwich

I love chutney. Whether it is a mango chutney to serve with a hot curry or tomato chutney added to spruce up a sandwich I just love it. And one of my favourites is onion chutney. I have made pan fried sandwiches with onion chutney before but this time was by far the best. I played around with how I cooked the bacon and it added so much to it. This is in no way was the healthiest sandwich I have ever served, but each bite was just bursting with flavour. So much so that all you can tell yourself is “Life is too short to not enjoy this sandwich at least once”. Should I admit that I made this twice already?

Pan Fried Bacon, Camembert and Onion Chutney Sandwich

Thick sliced white loaf (2 per sandwich)
Camembert (about 85g/3oz per sandwich)
Bacon (1-2 slices per sandwich)
Balsamic vinegar
Onion Chutney
Butter


Cook bacon in a skillet. Create a mixture of 1/2 tsp of balsamic vinegar per 2 slices of bacon in the pan with a 2:1 ratio of water. When the bacon is almost finished add the water/vinegar mixture and de-glaze the pan with the bacon. Set the cooked bacon aside. You can of course cook more then one slice of bacon at a time. This was a complete experiment for me so I tested it out in small batches.

Layer bacon, camembert and chutney onto bread. Top with second slice and butter both outer sides of the bread.

Add sandwich to a hot skillet and cook on each side for 2 minutes.

Serve right away.
Pan Fried Bacon, Camembert and Onion Chutney Sandwich
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Ingredients
  • Thick sliced white loaf
  • Camembert
  • Bacon (1-2 slices per sandwich)
  • Balsamic vinegar
  • Onion Chutney
  • Butter

Instructions
  1. Cook bacon in a skillet. Create a mixture of ½ tsp of balsamic vinegar per 2 slices of bacon in the pan with 2 tsp of water. When the bacon is almost finished add the water/vinegar mixture and de-glaze the pan with the bacon. Set the cooked bacon aside.
  2. Layer bacon, camembert and chutney onto bread. Top with second slice and butter both outer sides of the bread.
  3. Add sandwich to a hot skillet and cook on each side for 2 minutes.

 

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