There are a lot of Indonesians living in The Netherlands. They brought Sambal, a hot spice paste made from chilies. And it just so happens that this condiment works amazingly with Gouda Cheese.
The roast pork can be found in thin slices in Dutch supermarkets. You can also use leftover roast pork, but as the slices won’t be so thin, I can advise using only one slice instead.
If you don’t have a panini press, you can use a different kind of toaster as well, but you might want to change the type of bread as the Turkish Bread might be too thick to fit.
- Piece of Turkish Bread
- 1 slice of Gouda Cheese
- 2 thin slices of roast pork
- 1 tsp sambal
Heat the panini press.
Slice the bread horizontally in half. Spread the Sambal out over the bottom half. If you like it hot, you can use more, but for those who are unfamiliar with Sambal, start with a small amount. Place the cheese on the sambal, top with the roast pork and then the top section of the bread.
Bake for 3 minutes in a panini press or until hot and crispy.