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Pecan Butter, Prosciutto, and Brie Sandwich

Photo: Rachel Johnson

Pecan butter is a roasted, toasted spread that warms up any dish that uses it. In this no-cook sandwich, it's especially delicious with butter brie and luxurious prosciutto. 

The beauty of nut butters is how quickly they can elevate your basic meat-and-cheese sandwich. Don't be afraid to experiment. Pecan butter is a great example of this truth. A roasted, toasted spread, pecan butter warms up any dish that uses it. In this no-cook sandwich, it's especially delicious with buttery brie and luxurious prosciutto. Spinach leaves add a great crunch—pile on a few extra leaves if you have them. A burst of warmth comes from pepper jelly, and it's a great complement to the earthy pecan butter.

Pecan, Prosciutto, and Brie Sandwich

1 tablespoon roasted pecan butter
4 large spinach leaves
2 teaspoons pepper jelly
1/2 ounce Brie cheese
1/2 ounce thinly sliced prosciutto

Serves 1 (serving size: 1 sandwich)
Calories 342; Fat 17.5g (4.4g sat fat); Sodium 770mg