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Sunday, April 27, 2014

Bruschetta Grilled Cheese


Out of all the sandwiches that I made this month, this one is one of my favorites. This grilled cheese is actually grilled, but the bruschetta adds a nice fresh element to the sandwich which is perfect for summer. This is light, colorful and flavorful. This is the type of sandwich where you need to eat more than just one.

A Vegetarian & Cooking! original.

Ingredients:
-One package of frozen garlic bread
-Mozzarella Cheese slices, two per sandwich.

Brushcetta
-1 tomato
-1 teaspoon garlic
-2 tablespoons basil
-2 tablespoons parsley
-a little olive oil.
Lay the garlic bread on the grill.

Toast for a few minutes until grill marks form.
Build your sandwich on the side that has already been grilled. 

Top half of the garlic bread slices with a slice of mozzarella, a generous portion of bruchetta and an additional slice of mozzarella.

Once the cheese melts, top with the garlic bread slices without toppings.

The smoky flavor the bread took on from grilling the entire grilled cheese really made the sandwich. The garlic bread paired with the bruschetta is a classic flavor which went great together. The mozzarella melted nicely on the grill. This is a sandwich I will be making again. 

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