i also like some mushrooms cut in slices. or i go more south France and mix green&red bell peppers with olive oil and herbes de provence (blend of herbs, delicious on almost everything). sometimes i add a few tofu cubes.
you know, it's pretty easy. just turn on the oven, get a few slices of bread, put everything you want on the slices, and bake for a few minutes. it's usually a great way of recycling a "not so fesh but still eatable" bread and leftovers.
I've just been given a diabolo toaster and this is the thread I need.
I have tried:
grated apple - simple but yummy
steamed apple - even better
steamed apple and grated carrot - not that great
(my son likes apples, hence the theme)
mexican cheezley with finely chopped jalapenos - lovely
Having read your suggestions I'm off to mash some potatoes and open a tin of pineapples!
I feel inspired by all the fillings.
Again, my sandwich machine has been in the cupboard for a while, but will be coming out again soon. My fav fillings are: peanut butter and banana, hummus with tomato chutney, and redwood melty mozzarella, pineapple and mushroom (kind of a pizza thing).
I will be trying the avocado one though. Yummy!!!
I made these babies the other day.
They are Turkish bread squares cut in half covered in cheezly, tomato and herbs like oregano, chives, and pizza/pasta herb mix. Then I grill them till the cheezly bubbles.