Sometimes you just need to indulge in the finer things in life. I’m showing you How To Make Balsamic Glaze for the Ultimate Sandwich. The most amazing ingredients come together in this simple yet fancy recipe. Sliced sourdough, prosciutto, burrata cheese, fresh tomatoes, basil, pistachios and balsamic vinegar glaze.
Treat Yourself! You deserve it.
I am proud to be partnering with San Luis Sourdough® breads to bring you this tasty recipe!
So I treat myself to meals like this fairly often. Hey, you gotta live a little! Toasted sourdough bread, creamy burrata, fresh tomato and basil, salty prosciutto and pistachios. But it is the Balsamic Vinegar Glaze that really takes this over the top. Once you learn How To Make Balsamic Glaze you will be wondering what took you so long.
This recipe is about assembling really fantastic quality ingredients to make the ultimate open-faced sandwich. Start with San Luis Sourdough® breads. San Luis Sourdough breads are hand formed, using a slow baking process to give it that authentic Sourdough taste and texture. It is great as a soft sliced sandwich bread or for a crisp toasted start to our amazing meal!
Plus, San Luis Sourdough breads have no preservatives and are locally baked right here in sunny California! Some varieties are also Non-GMO Project Verified.
Really though, it is all about the texture and flavor! San Luis Sourdough breads have what I consider the perfect thickness and feel. Not too soft and not too firm. Perfect for sandwich making.
Hey! I’ve said it before . . . I take my sandwiches very seriously.
For these open faced sandwiches I used the Garlic Sourdough Bread. Everything is better with garlic, right!?!?
Just toast your bread. Make this balsamic glaze. Layer on all the amazing toppings. Then Stuff Yo’ Face! <— That last step will come naturally.
Once you learn How To Make Balsamic Glaze you will want to put it on just about everything. And it can go on just about everything.
My favorite use is on sandwiches and salads. But, I’ve been known to drizzle it on strawberries. Or, cantaloupe wrapped in prosciutto and drizzled with balsamic glaze. Be still my heart ❤️ ❤️ ❤️
Have you ever eaten something so beautiful? I may just print and frame this photo to hang on my wall. Except I would get hungry every time I walked passed it.
There you have it, the Ultimate Sandwich. A little bit of preparation, quality ingredients and the need to indulge.
What you will need to recreate these sandwiches:
San Luis Garlic Sourdough Bread
Buratta Mozzarella Cheese
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- 2 Cups Balsamic Vinegar
- 2 Tablespoons Sugar
- Pinch Salt
- San Luis Sliced Garlic Sourdough Bread
- Olive Oil
- Burrata Cheese - sliced or fresh mozzarella
- Fresh Vine Tomatoes - sliced
- Fresh Basil
- Flaked Sea Salt
In 3.5qt pot over medium heat; bring vinegar, sugar and salt to a simmer. Reduce heat to medium/low and continue to gently simmer for approximately 15-20 minutes or until mixture decreases by almost half and becomes syrupy. Whisk occasionaly while cooking, especially the last 5 minutes. Transfer balsamic glaze to clean, airtight container and refrigerate to cool. Glaze will thicken as it cools. If your glaze thickens too much, whisk in a splash of balsamic vinegar until desired consistency. Store in refrigerator and use within 1 week. Yields: approximately 1 cup.
Preheat oven to 400°F
Cut sourdough slices in half, brush both sides with olive oil and transfer to baking sheet.
Bake for 5-6 minutes, flip slices and bake for 5-6 more minutes or until golden brown.
Remove bread from oven and immediately top with cheese, tomato, prosciutto, basil, pistachios, balsamic glaze and sea salt.
Take a little time to treat yourself.