How to Make Classic PB&J Sandwich
- Spread the butter on one side of each slice of bread evenly and lightly not enough to make applying the rest of the ingredients but just enough to soak through the bread when it is heated.
- Flip both the buttered slices so the un buttered side is exposed and facing upwards
- Now spread the peanut butter on one slice of bread, and jelly on the other.
- After that now place one slice, buttered side down on the griddle and maintain uniform low heat.
- Top with other slice, so that peanut butter and jelly are in the middle and smash together to mix and form an explosion of jelly and peanut buttery flavor.
- Cook for 4 minutes on each side with low heat to ensure the peanut butter is warm and reaches the molten phase, or until the bread has completely gone golden brown, and heated through.
- The butter on the lower end of the bread would make sure they do not get burnt so heat excessively if needed to brown the bread evenly.
- Then slice up those sandwiches and slice diagonally and sit back with your little slice of heaven.
- The PB&J sandwich originates from the United States.
- This sandwich is the classic invention of the traditional American mom to impart the right nutrition with the right flavor for her child and has been winning hearts since.
- An average American is known to enjoy this sandwich the most, so much in fact that the average child up till their highschool graduation tend to consume vast amounts almost to the tune of 1000 and more sandwiches.
Elvis was known to appreciate this sandwich on multiple occasions as a matter of fact he even invented a variation of it which was later dubbed the Elvis or the Presley.