21 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 11
  • 4 Rating Star 7
  • 3 Rating Star 2
  • 2 Rating Star 1

Quick lunch treat for unexpected guests or just a reason to spoil ones self! Use brie cheese if you do not find the Camembert at your store. Use a really nice rustic bread for best results.

prep:
3 mins
cook:
2 mins
total:
5 mins
Servings:
1
Max Servings:
1
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Spread the Camembert cheese evenly onto one slice of bread. Spread a thin layer of cranberry sauce over the cheese. Drizzle with a few drops of balsamic vinegar, and top with the remaining slice of bread. Spread butter on the outer sides of each slice of bread.

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  • Heat a skillet over medium heat. Fry the sandwich for a few minutes on each side, just until golden brown. Slice in half, and eat straight away!

Nutrition Facts

463.01 calories; 15.97 g protein; 38.68 g carbohydrates; 27.27 g fat; 71.35 mg cholesterol; 974.12 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

Barbara K
01/05/2008
Wonderful! I made this sandwich on onion bread from this site and it was fantastic!
(15)

Most helpful critical review

Anonymous
04/21/2010
I had never tried Camembert cheese before but I liked the sound of the recipe. I did not like the actual sandwich though. I had a few bites and tossed it. Now I have 6 worth of cheese. Wonder what I will do with it!
(3)
21 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 11
  • 4 Rating Star 7
  • 3 Rating Star 2
  • 2 Rating Star 1
Barbara K
01/05/2008
Wonderful! I made this sandwich on onion bread from this site and it was fantastic!
(15)
Anonymous
06/25/2007
Delicious! A simple yet elegant sandwich. We didn't have the cranberry in the house so I used some apple preserve to fill in the sweet part. Very satifying. The additional tanginess of the cranberry will make the next sandwiches even better! Can't wait to go get some... thx
(10)
Carolina
06/03/2009
This was excellent. I've tried it several times and it is addicting. I had never tried Camembert cheese so this was a first for me and a truely enjoyed it and felt like I was eating in a gourmet sandwich shoppe. I baked mine in the toaster oven rather than in a skillet.
(8)
Scott R
11/29/2008
Great post-Thanksgiving sandwich. I added turkey and used ciabatta bread.
(6)
Holly Rader
06/21/2010
I really liked this sandwich. It is definitely an adult grilled cheese. Neither one of my two little kids liked it. A loud "Yuck" was heard by each. My DH didn't care for it too much either. But I enjoyed it a lot. There is a skin on the cheese that didn't melt and it was a little odd but I thoroughly enjoyed the cranberry on it. I agree with other reviewers who said ham would be great on this. However I doubt I will buy camembert cheese again just for me. I did enjoy it's mild and creamy flavor and texture. I put it on Triscuits and put them in the microwave for 8 seconds and that was really good too.
(6)
food guru
10/06/2009
I thought this was really good and would have been better with the right ingredients. I used ciabatta bread. The store didn't have Cemembert so I used brie. They didn't have cranberry relish so I used blueberry jam.
(4)
Anonymous
11/14/2008
This was amazing! I was a little skeptical but based on the reviews I decided to give it a try. I agree that the more rustic the bread used the better the flavor. I used a little extra basalmic to offset the sweetness of the cranberry sauce. I found camembert in my local run-of-the-mill grocery store next to the brie. Although I love brie and can see it working in this recipe the camambert's flavor was more mellow and seemed to mesh well with the craberry sauce. DH doesn't like whole cranberry sauce so I used jellied and it worked fine.
(4)
sk8dagr8
06/22/2008
This was a delicious sandwich! I couldn't find Camembert so I used Brie. Couldn't be happier! Thanks!
(4)
Anonymous
12/08/2004
very yummy! I''l add Turkey for an Easy lunch on the day after Christmas!!
(3)