Updated: Jun 5
A couple of my InstaFam suggested an Elvis sandwich. As intriguing as it may sound, I went down the rabbit hole and found out that the Elvis sandwich not only exists, but it is actually a popular sandwich too.
I know it is bizarre to combine peanut butter, bacon and bananas together. But, once you give this a shot, you might just love it as much as Elvis did. And you might just put on some blue suede shoes and dance to some jailhouse rock. Lol!
I dislike how when you bite into a sandwich and the bacon was being pulled out as well. I know! It is frustrating! But I guess I figure it out. Bacon jam might just save the day. And instead of a sandwich, I would prefer an open-faced toast. Enuff of this rubberneckin', let's get started with this recipe. Long live the king!
Stale Baguette, 1 Loaf
Unsalted Butter, 2 Heaping TBSP
Turkey Bacon Jam Homemade
Bananas Sliced, 2 or More
Granulated Sugar, For Brûlée
Cast Iron Skillet / Pan
Please visit my "How To Make Turkey Bacon Jam" for the recipe.
Preheat the oven to 190 degree celsius or 375 fahrenheit.
Soak the stale baguette under running water.
Transfer onto a baking tray and wack into the oven.
Bake for 15 mins or until the bread is soft.
Carefully slice into halves, lengthwise.
*Once the bread starts to cool down, it will become hard again.*
Melt butter in a skillet over medium heat.
Place the sliced baguette onto the melted butter.
Toast until crispy browned.
Spread the peanut butter onto the toasts.
Next, spoon the turkey bacon jam over the top.
Top it off with some sliced bananas.
Sprinkle some sugar onto the bananas.
Brûlée the bananas with a blowtorch.
Amazin' Graze peanut butter...
Let's devour this...