Cheese Jam Sandwich With Sprig’s Mango-Jalapeno Sauce| Hot & Sweet Sandwich

I absolutely love Sprig’s range of gourmet food products. I love the fact that they have some really interesting products on board – Salted Caramel, Mango & Jalapeno Sauce, Extract Of Natural Culinary Lavender, Rosemary & Lavender-Infused Sea Salt and all-natural food colouring, to state some examples. How do I not get excited by all of this? 🙂

On this blog, I have waxed eloquent about my love for Sprig products and my desire to try them all out. I am trying them out, too, one at a time. Every now and then, I sneak a Sprig product into my grocery shopping list, and then have fun experimenting with it. 😛 I used Sprig’s Tangier Spice Mix to create these Oriental Spiced Cookies first, which tasted absolutely amazing. Now, I present to you a Hot & Sweet Sandwich that I made with cheese, Pikkle Shikkle’s pineapple jam (another home-grown brand that I absolutely adore!), and Sprig’s Mango & Jalapeno Sauce.

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I must also add here how I adore the jams and pickles from Pikkle Shikkle! The jams are super fresh, home-made with real fruit, using limited sugar and no preservatives or additives. The pickles too come with no preservatives and additives, and limited oil and salt. I prefer buying these products over commercially made jams and pickles, when I can’t make them at home myself.

Now, let’s see how to make the aforesaid Hot & Sweet Cheese & Jam sandwich, shall we?

Ingredients (for 2 sandwiches):

  1. 4 slices of bread
  2. Pikkle Shikkle’s pineapple jam, as needed
  3. Amul processed cheese, grated, as needed
  4. A dash of Everest chaat masala
  5. Sprig’s Mango & Jalapeno sauce, as needed

Method:

1. Spread the pineapple jam evenly on one slice of bread.

2. Spread some grated cheese evenly over the jam.

3. Drizzle some of the mango-jalapeno sauce over the cheese, evenly.

4. Drizzle some chaat masala over the cheese and sauce.

5. Close the sandwich using the other slice of bread. Serve immediately.

Notes:

  1. I have used whole wheat bread here.
  2. I love the taste of Pikkle Shikkle’s pineapple jam, slightly tangy and not overloaded with sugar. Of course, you may use any other brand of pineapple jam you want to.
  3. Pineapple jam works best for this type of sandwich, so I would suggest you stick to this particular flavour.
  4. I am partial to Everest chaat masala and Amul cheese, and these are what I have used here. You could, however, use any brand of chaat masala and cheese that you prefer to.
  5. The slight sweetness, hotness and slight tanginess of Sprig’s Mango & Jalapeno Sauce works perfectly in this sandwich. If you want to, please do go ahead and use any other hot sauce, but I would personally recommend this particular sauce by Sprig.
  6. If you want, you can spread the pineapple jam on both the slices of bread you are using, for a sandwich.
  7. I prefer eating this sandwich as is, without toasting. You can go ahead and toast the sandwich, if you want to.
  8. This isn’t a sponsored post or an advertisement. I am recommending these products simply because I love using them. These views are entirely my own, entirely honest, not influenced by anything or anyone.

You like? I hope you will try this out, too, and that you will love it as much as we do!

 

 

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