Here is another way to use up that St. Patrick's Day corned beef! Corned Beef Sandwich melts with brown sugar caramelized onions and melty swiss cheese on a crispy slice of Jewish rye bread! You will crave these sandwiches after you try this!
Making any sort of toasted sandwich is even easier when using the air fryer instead of a pan on direct heat. Way less maintenance while still getting the same crispy texture!
- Unsalted butter, softened
- 1 medium onion, thinly sliced
- 1 Tbsp brown sugar
- ¼ tsp salt
- ¼ tsp pepper
- Leftover corned beef, chopped
- 4 slices Jewish rye bread
- 2 Tbsp stone ground mustard
- 4 slices swiss cheese
- First, in a pan put about 1 Tablespoon of unsalted butter and let it melt. Once melted, add in the sliced onion and let them cook down. Add in the Tablespoon of brown sugar, salt and pepper. Set aside.
- Using the remaining butter, butter one side of each piece of bread and flip. To one slice, add the stone ground mustard and the chopped corned beef. To the other slice of bread, place 2 pieces of swiss cheese and the brown sugar caramelized onions. Flip the slice with the onions over to close the sandwich. Repeat this process for however many sandwiches you are making. 2 sandwiches will fit comfortably in this 7 Quart Air Fryer model.
- Spray the air fryer basket with canola spray and place the sandwiches in.
- Air fry at 400F for 3 minutes. Carefully flip the sandwiches and air fry for another 3 mins. This is just enough time to warm everything through, melt the cheese and crisp the tops of the bread. Air fry for longer for a crispier sandwich. Enjoy!
Recipe Inspo: We Are Not Martha
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