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Fluffernutter Sandwich

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Fluffernutter Sandwich

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  • Non Veg
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    • 15 mins
    • Serves 1
    • Easy

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    A fluffernutter sandwich is an appetizing sandwich which is made with the combination of divine peanut butter and yummy marshmallow crème.

    It is the kind of sandwich that can be made in a variety of ways; but two ingredients of the meal are a staple in every fluffernutter recipe: peanut butter and marshmallow crème.

    The variation of the sandwich includes the substitution of the white bread with the brown or wheat bread and the addition of various savory and sweet ingredients which make the sandwich more delicious.

    Health Benefits

    A fluffernutter sandwich is packed with calories, carbs and proteins. Thus, if you’re looking to gain weight this sandwich would be an excellent option to consider.

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    How to Make Fluffernutter Sandwich

    1. Medium heat the vegetable or peanut oil in a small sized fry pan.
    2. While the oil is heating, spread the peanut butter on one slice of the bread. Top it with the banana.
    3. Evenly spread the marshmallow fluff on the other side of the bread. Close the slices together to make a sandwich.
    4. Now put the flour, eggs and panko bread crumbs in three separate medium sized bowls. Make sure that they are big enough to dip the entire sandwich.
    5. Thoroughly dust the sandwich with the flour. Make sure the sides and edges are dusted with the flour as well.
    6. Next dip it in the egg and then cover it with the panko bread crumbs.
    7. Gently place the sandwich in the hot oil. Fry it for about 2 minutes, each side. Let it fry until it turns golden.
    8. Remove from the pan. Place it on a paper towel-lined plate to drain the excess oil.
    9. Sprinkle it with salt and powdered sugar.
    10. Cut the sandwich in half. Serve and enjoy!

    Trivia

    • Amory Curtis of Melrose, Massachusetts is known as the creator of the marshmallow spread, known as Snowflake Marshmallow Crème (later called SMAC)
    • November is known as the National Peanut Butter Lovers’ Month
    • The earliest reference to peanut butter can be traced back to the Ancient Incas and the Aztecs who ground roasted the peanuts to make their paste.

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