This was Germany’s 70/80th party food. I remember when my older sisters had house parties, and these easy toast with ham, pineapple and cheese open faced sandwiches were a hit. Can be decorated with a cherry in the middle
These days I still make it occasionally for an easy evening snack or Brotzeit. My daughter introduced her American husband to it, and he loved these exotic open faced sandwiches. You can use Texas toast, instead regular, or bake your own Bread
4 slices of thick Toast (Texas Toast, or the lower side of a Kaiser bun would do)
4 tbsp Butter
4 slices of cooked Ham
4 slices Pineapple
4 slices of melting cheese, like Swiss, white cheddar etc
Cherries or cherry tomatoes for decoration (optional)
This was Germany’s 70/80th party food. I remember when my older sisters had house parties, and these easy toast with ham, pineapple and cheese open faced sandwiches were a big hit. Can be decorated with a cherry or cherry tomato in the middle
Butter the toast on both sides.
Place cooked ham on toast, then pineapple slice, then cheddar, or some other melting cheese.
For decoration you could add a cherry or cherry tomato in the middle.
Bake in preheated oven on a baking sheet at 350 F for 15 to 20 minutes.
When cheese turns golden brown remove from oven and serve hot.
Remove when it turns color (brown spots) and bubbly