3 French Grilled Sandwiches you need to try

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3 Classic french grilled sandwiches: provencial, goat cheese & honey -Banana chocolate : 3 classic French grilled sandwhich you need to try 2 of which are vegetarian and one perfect for kids French toasted sandwiches that you need to try.


Here are the ingredients you need to make the first 2 classic French vegetarian grilled sandwiches:

Croque provencal ( tomatoes, cheese and provencal herbs):
2 slices of pre toasted white or wholemeal bread.
2 tablespoons of olive oil
50 grams of sliced or grated emmental cheese
3 slices of fresh tomato
1 teaspoon of provencal or italian dry herbs
salt and pepper.

Herbes de Provence is a mixture of dried herbs considered typical of the Provence region of southeast France. These blends contain savory, basilic, rosemary, thyme, and oregano.

Croque monsieur chevre miel ( grilled sandwhich with goat cheese honey and thyme):
2 slices of pre toasted white or wholemeal bread.
2 tablespoons of creme fraiche
50 grams of goat cheese
1 tablespoon of honey
1 teaspoon of dry thym
black pepper to season
1 teaspoon of olive oil to brush the top bread slice.


the last one is the ultra classic French grilled sandwich for kids filled with hazelnut chocolate and banana.

2 slices of fresh white or wholemeal bread.
2 tablespoons of unsalted butter
1 tablespoon of raw cane sugar or cassonade
1 banana cut in thin slices
2 pieces or more of hazelnut chocolate bars


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BulletBill110 says:

I like the way you say banana

Ray D. says:

Started to watch the video because Stefan is a badass….
Stopped watching when he mentioned fuckin vegetarians. 🖕

Real Black Goku says:

I Hope u make new nice Sandwich Videos

shaunyp81 says:

Lol how French is that… “so you gonna add some goats cheese” *places entire slab on piece of bread” “not too much though” 😂😂😂

Zachary Zoet says:

Sandwich forensics?! Tres drole, je pense!

msr111 says:

For the last sandwich, that raw cane sugar looks just like light brown sugar—-white sugar mixed with a bit of molasses. Are they interchangeable for this recipe?

msr111 says:

Many decades ago my European mother made cheese sandwiches by lightly toasting the bread first—I grew up only knowing it done her way and have continued doing so. So far, only Stefan and Alton Brown are the only two I've seen also toasting both sides of the bread. Personally, I cannot abide the gummy, pasty untoasted inside of warmed bread.

dhenry1976 says:

That last sandwich would resurrect Elvis Presley

E W Sieczka says:

A croque monsieur is a baked or fried boiled ham and cheese sandwich.

Nicole Thijs says:

Had a laugh when you said ementallay cheese…just pronounce it as em-man-tal

Marlyce W says:

Thank you! For making the simple, elegant. And for caring enough to teach us how to make entrees with you. Love from the heart ❤

Aetius says:

As a French i love to make a little Spanish vibe Corque Monsieur with grilled Chorizo, absolutely terrific !

Richard S says:

Thanks but it sure would be nice if you linked directly to the recipe on your site. I can't find it.

Super Dupers Delight says:

I might add sliced black figs.

Tim Gelston says:

I use mayo on the outside of a sandwich like this. Browns wonerfully and tastes great!

Drew M says:

I just call my basting brushes “pastry brushes”.

I would love to know about the books on your bench side. Especially the one in the back, about vegetables.

Clunge Smasher says:

10:26 – that noise lmao!

Milosc Voimsus says:

Я Really Liked That Video.

Marie Whitman says:

Wow- that banana and hazelnut chocolate sandwich is truly novel! Can't wait to make it!

R Ful says:

So many details!! Merci beaucoup..

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