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Ham & Brie Sandwich

Jazz up a basic ham and cheese sandwich by piling thin slices of smoked ham and creamy Brie onto a demi baguette, then tie it together with a sweet-tangy apricot spread.

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Ingredients

FOR THE APRICOT SPREAD, COMBINE:

FOR THE SANDWICHES, DIVIDE:

Demi baguettes are shorter, single-serving loaves. If you can’t find them, just cut a longer baguette into two 6-inch lengths.

Instructions

For the apricot spread, combine jam, shallots, and Dijon; season with salt and pepper.

For the sandwiches, divide ham between bottom baguettes, coat with spread, then add watercress, Brie slices, and top baguettes

For the best flavor, select a slightly ripe (soft to the touch) Brie and thinly slice with the rind.

For the best flavor, select a slightly ripe (soft to the touch) Brie and thinly slice with the rind.

Watercress stems are tender enough to eat, just remove any tough ends and yellowed leaves when rinsing.

Watercress stems are tender enough to eat, just remove any tough ends and yellowed leaves when rinsing.

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