I made these great sandwiches a few weeks ago. They were simple and tasty, perfect for a hot summer day. I got the idea from looking through a cookbook by Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa but I made a few changes.
Roasted Pepper and Goat Cheese Sandwiches
3-4 Roasted peppers
chopped red onion
party rye bread or baguette
Roast the peppers in a hot oven (500 degrees) for about 30-40 minutes. You can also use a jar of roasted peppers. Whip up your favorite vinaigrette or use a good bottled dressing like Newman's Own and marinate the peppers for a few hours. Spread the goat cheese on the bread, top with peppers, red onion and basil.
These were especially good with a nice glass of dry, fruity white wine like a sauvignon blanc or pinto grigio (my favorite wines) Enjoy!
This sandwich looks really good. I love the Barefoot Contessa!
I hate cooking so much I wouldn't have gotten any further than slapping the raw pepper on the bread. But I like to eat what other people cook for me. Unfortunately that rarely happens.
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