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Grilled Peanut Butter Sandwiches

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This is prepared just like a grilled cheese sandwich. It settles the nerves and is easy on the stomach.

Ingredients

Butter or margarine
2 slices rye, white, wheat or pumpernickel bread
Peanut butter

Instructions

Heat a frying pan to medium heat and add butter or margarine. Prepare the peanut butter sandwiches and then butter the top side of sandwich. Place sandwich in pan, buttered side up. When the first side is done, flip buttered side to pan and cook until browned. Cut sandwich in half to serve with dill pickles or potato chips.

Gary Hancq, Port Byron




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