Take one slice of bread and toast it. Any toasting method is acceptable, but pan-toasting the bread might be tricky:
- a. Put butter and a light oil on the pan with medium heat.
- b. Once pan begins to smoke, place the bread in.
- c. If needed, add additional oil or butter to the pan, and don't forget to flip after a minute or until toasted to preferred amount.
- Additional Notes. The type and amount of oil and butter you use along with the kind of bread may change the outcome of the toast. Generally, don't use olive oil or any other heavy oil unless you want the toast to have that specific flavor.
Season toast. Salt and pepper are effective condiments, but experimentation may help you discover what spices or condiments will season the toast effectively. Also note that the kind of bread you used for the toast may influence the overall flavor of the sandwich. Therefore, an olive-bread may not need any seasoning, but it is all dependent on the individual taste of the person who wishes to eat the sandwich. If you do not know what to season it with, use salt and pepper.
Place toast between two slices of bread. An effective method is to use another kind of bread than the toast in the center. Generally, a flavored or otherwise non-bland bread is a good option for the outside bread.
Slice if you wish, always safely and in one stroke.
Your toast sandwich is now ready to be served!