Grilled Turkey, Swiss and Balsamic Onion Sandwich


Balsamic Onion Relish. What?!? I bought this. I needed it for a recipe and after scouring Amazon I found it. I only needed a little bit so I stuck the jar back in the fridge and forgot about it. Didn’t really know what to use the rest of it for.

Today I was making lunch for the Hubs. My plans were for a plain old turkey and cheese sandwich. Then I got the idea to grill it. He loves any kind of grilled sandwich. Who doesn’t? Bread, butter, crispy grilled goodness. Oh yeah!

Me, being the kind of person who likes to use up what is on hand, searched the shelves of the fridge to see what I could add to the sandwich to make it pop. Lo and behold I found this little jar of goodness just waiting to add some of that pop to said sandwich. I spread some of it on both sides of the bread, put turkey and Swiss cheese in and then grilled it.

Oh my! Such a simple addition but such a big taste. The Hubs described it as “delectable”! Sweet and savory at the same time. And….. grilled cheese!

This Piaz Balsamic Onion Relish is is made by the Apex Food Company in Apex, NC. The company was founded by two American women of Indian origin. You can read about their story here. The Piaz Balsamic Onion Relish is low calorie, has no trans fat, no added colors, no MSG, no artificial flavors, no preservatives and no high fructose corn syrup. What is there not to love here?

This is not your mother’s relish! It is definitely going to be a staple condiment in my house from now on. I can’t wait to come up with more ways to add flavor to everyday food. I’m thinking  pizza, burgers, steaks, flatbreads. Who knows where my tastebuds will lead me!




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