Apple Brie Tartines

Posted on July 5, 2017

This Apple Brie Tartines Recipe is perfect for a sweet and quick open-faced treat. The crisp, slightly sour taste of the Granny Smith apples is the perfect compliment to creamy Brie cheese. These quickly-prepared ingredients are topped with a light dusting of cinnamon sugar and served on a toasted and buttery Turano’s Gourmet Sandwich Roll. It’s a sweet and tangy treat that you’ll love. Serve with a generous of helping of fresh seasonal fruit!

Apple Brie Tartines Recipe

Beer Pairings: IPA. Wine Pairings: Sauvignon Blanc.

Prep Time:15 min
Total Time:15 min
Category:Appetizer/ Snack
Cuisine:French cuisine
Yield:4 servings
Method:Leftover sandwich
1. Preheat oven broiler to low.

2. Brush cut sides of buns with melted butter.

3. Top each half with sliced brie.

4. Place under the broiler for about 2 minutes or until edges of buns are browned and brie begins to melt.

5. Top each half bun with sliced apples and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar, then serve.

* 2 Turano Gourmet Sandwich Rolls
* 2 tbl. butter, melted
* 4 oz. brie cheese, sliced thin
* 1 Granny Smith apple, sliced thin
* Cinnamon sugar, to taste

What is a Tartine?

Tartines, also known as open-face sandwiches, have one slice of bread with the ingredients stacked on top. In Medieval times, dishes were served on bread, called “trenchers.” Afterward, diners would eat the trenchers, much like an open-faced sandwich. This is believed to be the origin of tartines!