Wednesday, November 6, 2013

PB&C Sandwich

This is not a recipe. It is more like a discovery. I never keep jelly in the house but I always seem to have peanut butter around. I guess it is because I use it to make Thai Style Peanut Dipping Sauce for spring rolls. The other day I was craving a good ole PB&J. I looked in the frig of course there was no jelly, but there was sweet chili sauce. You know the stuff you dip spring rolls in or use to make Asian chicken wings. Would that work? Yes it does! It has that salty, sweet and spicy thing going on. It is not hot and spicy. And it is not like sweet fruity jelly. It is savory sweet with a touch of heat. So delicious! A new twist on the peanut butter and jelly sandwich. I call it a PB&C or a Peanut Butter and Chili Sandwich. Try it! Let me know what you think. 

Do you have an unusual twist on the PB&J? Please share it with us.

PB&C Sandwich
aka Peanut Butter and Chili Sandwich
Serves 1


2 slices of bread
Creamy peanut butter
Sweet chili sauce(for spring rolls)


Spread one slice of bread with peanut butter. Spread the other slice with sweet chili sauce. Place slices together and cut in half.

Linking to:
My Turn for Us: Freedom Fridays with All My Bloggy Friends
My Mixing Spoon: Random Recipe Roundup
Call Me PMc: Marvelous Mondays
Ms. enPlace: See Ya in the Gumbo
Carole's Chatter: Food on Fridays - Sandwiches


  1. What an interesting flavor combo. I would have never thought of that!

    1. Thank you! Kelli, So glad you came by to visit. I love your blog.

  2. I never have jelly either. Fig preserves, yes. But I don't like it on PB sandwiches. I'm not really that big on jelly...maybe I would prefer your version!
    Thanks for linking.

  3. Interesting combo - who would have thought?! I always have dozens of jars of jam on hand, but to be perfectly honest I would never mix them with peanut butter. The classic PB&J is not something we typically eat in New Zealand, but I do love peanut butter (crunchy of course) with banana and cheese.


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