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2 St. Pierre Brioche Waffles

2 Large slices black forest turkey

2 Slices smoked gouda cheese

5 Tbsp. Raspberry preserves

1 Tbsp. Sriracha

Pinch of kosher salt

1 Tbsp. Fresh chives, chopped


1. Preheat the oven’s broiler to low. Place the two waffles on a baking sheet and warm under the broiler for 1-2 minutes.
2. Mix the raspberry preserves, sriracha and pinch of salt in a small bowl. Top the warm waffles with about 1 tablespoon of the mix. Serve extra in a small bowl on the side.
3. Top the waffle and preserves with one slice of the turkey – folded to fit on top of the waffle. Top with a slice of the cheese and put under the broiler for about three minutes until the cheese is melted over the top and lightly brown in spots.
4. Plate the waffle and top with some of the chopped chives and the extra preserves on the side if you like. Fresh fruit is the perfect side dish. Enjoy!

NOTE: I have been experimenting with these St. Pierre Brioche waffles – my new food find – for a couple of weeks.  They are sweet so adding something savory to them really is a nice balance.  The Sriracha adds a little needed heat and the pinch of salt takes the sweet down a bit.  You could use your favorite type of turkey or ham on this open-faced sandwich and certainly change up the cheese choice.  I loved these!

I served these for lunch but could see them as a great addition to brunch too.  If you like this recipe, check out how I used them in my Chicken and Waffles recipe

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