I have never had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Today I will construct one. Any tips on making it perfect?
Use wash 2 wet down the spread. Takeur time and jus enjoyed it. Use crust 2male it texture. Use jam or marmalade to make it spicy. Use a biscuit also and potatoes roll. Ketchup amdnpicklea are my files classic. I use recipe as this at university dining warehouse.
Basic Peanut butter and jelly sandwich
spread Peanut butter on 1 bread
spread Jelly on the other bread.
Close bread with peanut butter and jelly touching.
Cut into triangle and eat.
Last step is most important.
dont toast the bread it ruins the texture of sotfness and gooeyness only when you feel you are ready to take it another step then you cna toast.
Use wash 2 make it so wet ad possible. Use bread on it as a holder for spreads. Use spreads like peanut sauce or redberry jam or chocolate jelly sauce. Use a slicer to make it into to sections.to make it down your mouth as a smaller pieces on it. Use cloth napkin official as wiping tool for counter surface and crumb.
Use cloth sponge or cottonsillk napkin as wiper.
>my sandwich when I knew what this was without clicking it
Holy fuck what a bunch of novices.
If you want to make a good pbj you need to make a sbpbjs
Softened butter, peanut butter, jam, and a touch of salt(maldon es nombre 1).
If you have some nice soft butter on top of the peanut butter, that extra richness with the crunchy sea salt will really let the jam pierce through.
Fuck all this 2-1 ratio nonsense, more fat and more salt and if youre really feeling kinky add extra toasted and chopped nuts to the whole thing.
Once you have butter on your peanut-soybean oil and jam sandwich you're almost tempted to start making home made salt+peanuts+butter in a food processor yourself.
How do you grill a good cheeses, I want to grill a good cheese but I don't know how to grill cheeses, what kind of bread do use for making cheeses? How to cheeses?
Take 3 slices of bed. Spread peanut butter on two. Now put jelly on one and set the clean side of the second peanut butter bread on top. Now put jelly on bread number three. Put that on the top of bread number two.
You now have a pb&j big mac.
I use wheat bread for almost everything, but white bread grills really well.
Just put some cheese in two slices of bread. Deli cut #4 is a good thickness. Butter up a pan, grill until toasty. Flip, repeat. You can butter the bread beforehand if you like it more rich. That's really all there is to it.
Then get the one that's specifically made chunky for you autists.
The most important thing about a PB&J regardless of anything else you do is to apply the peanut butter to both sides of the bread. The reason for this is that the jelly will seep through the bread slowly as soon as it is applied, so if you want to optimize it, you should put extra peanut butter on one side, and then a lesser amount on the other where the jam or jelly will go, and then get the jam mostly in the middle. The peanut butter on both sides will then create a seal stopping the jelly from coming out the sides, and will also keep the bread from getting soggy.
I think beyond that most of this other stuff isn't necessary. However if I was going to make the best PB&J that I could, I would use a sort of buttery bread with fewer pockets like a Brioche or Vienna Bread.
jelly should always be on the top, peanut butter on the bottom. otherwise the bread gets soggy. For your first time, you don't have to do anything special but here's how I do mine.
>Use strawberry jam
>that 'all natural' peanut butter stuff that's a bit more salty and less sweet than your mainstream brand
>Thinly sliced banana slices between the PB and J.
I haven't been able to make a PBJ that's better.