My Favorite Sandwich! An open-faced blend of delightful textures and flavors with a 40/40/20 macro split. It's one of those sandwiches during which I say "Damn! I love this sandwich!" each time. This sandwich has my best friend peanut butter on it!
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Saute all ingredients but the cheese. Let it cook through for 2-3 mins. I like the onions to have a little crunch left.
Transfer to a bowl, add the cheese in and blend.
Pipe the filling into the penne.
Pour some melted butter on top.
Lick your fingers.
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