- 1/2 teaspoon butter thrown in a medium-hot pan is much easier to work with than trying to spread it on bread. Grill one side of each piece of bread (I like Nature's Own- no high fructose corn syrup or bleached flour).
- Spread about 2 tablespoons bruschetta (in a jar is nice) on each grilled side of bread and top with mozzarella cheese.
- Assemble the sandwich and grill the outside in butter.
- Don't forget to add the dash of garlic salt to each side.
Saturday, April 3
Bruschetta Grilled Cheese
I was surprised to find out that not all Americans put garlic salt on their grilled cheese sandwiches. This comfort food ingredient has been a staple in my family as long as I can remember. While invading my (spill-everything-to) friend Elaina's refrigerator, I found everything I needed to make us some yummy sandwiches:
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