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Brazilian Sandwich – Bauru

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A simple sandwich—packed with flavor, and topped with a gooey mozzarella cheese—that is so good, you never have to visit Brazil to try it!

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
  • 1 whole Batard, Or French Bread
  • 4 slices Thin Roast Beef
  • 2 slices Beefsteak Tomato
  • 1 pinch Salt
  • ½ teaspoons Dried Mexican Oregano
  • 6 slices Pickles

Preparation

The trick to this sandwich is the cheese, and you have to get it melted. The best way to achieve this is to do it in a double boiler. To setup the double boiler, get a large saute pan out, and fill it a quarter way up with water. To this place a small saucepan inside the water, and bring the water to a boil. Add the cheese into the saucepan, and let it melt into a nice gooey glob of cheese.

During this time, slice your bread in half, lengthwise, and tear out the interior bread, just leaving a the crusty bread, and a bit of the interior as your vessel. Add the slices of roast beef, top with the sliced tomato, sprinkle with the salt and oregano, then top with the pickles. Take a fork and grab that gooey melted cheese from the saucepan, and blanket the top of the sandwich. Quickly place the top of the bread onto the sandwich, and push down just a bit, making sure the cheese comes out, wrapping the sandwich with love.

You will notice the cheese will change its texture in a couple of minutes, but it is such a wonderful texture, with just the right amount of saltiness.

Taking a bite into the bauru just explodes with flavor. The subtle hint of oregano with the roast beef, along with the pickles and texture of the bread—this one is hands down a must-make. Hope you enjoy.

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