Avocado Pomegranate Grilled Cheese + Site Changes! Lately I find myself making meals that require minimal ingredients, but a whole lot of flavor. Like yesterday’s Pancetta Pasta. 7 ingredients. Today’s Avo Pom Grilled Cheese- 5 ingredients (including real butter). This combo is KILLER. And really pretty. I bought a beautiful chunk of fresh mozzarella the other day, had some ripe avo, needed to use up the last of my pomegranate arils, and was craving grilled cheese (don’t ask).
It’s…. SweetCrunchyGoeyButterySatisfying All of my favorite things! Avocado Pomegranate Grilled Cheese Ingredients -4 slices of whole wheat bread (or gluten free) -4 think slices of mozzarella -2 tablespoons of pomegranate arils -1/2 avocado -1 tablespoon butter Instructions In a large pan, heat about 1 tablespoon of butter to medium heat. Things are finally coming together with the update of FFF! The foodie theme allows me to have a more intricate home page- where readers can see more than just 1 or two posts. Oh the recipe index, I LOVE YOU. That is all for today! White Pizza Grilled Cheese. White Pizza Grilled Cheese All the flavors of classic white pizza in the form of grilled cheese goodness. Please, walk away right now if you don’t like cheese. Seriously, if you’re a hater of melty, gooey goodness, you best leave. Stop reading, hit that little X in the upper right hand corner. Still with me? Yeah, I thought so. Today I’ve got something super, duper cheesy.
Surely you’ve heard of – and enjoyed – classic white pizza? So, you know, I thought I’d take something perfect and bastardize it a little bit. First, you mix whole-milk ricotta cheese with olive oil, minced garlic, fresh basil and oregano, kosher salt, and cracked black pepper. Rub the outside with a little more garlic, and butter generously. Then toast until the outside is a perfect, crisp golden brown and the inside … The inside … Sorry, I’m a little speechless. Just … you know. Print Recipe Yield: 4 Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes Ingredients: Directions: White Pizza Grilled Cheese The inside … Green Goddess Grilled Cheese Sandwich. April is National Grilled Cheese Month, so we’re celebrating by posting a grilled cheese sandwich every day. This is No. 5. See all of our grilled cheese sandwiches >> here << . After (re)discovering Green Goddess early last year, we’ve been obsessed, to the point that we even took the idea of Green Goddess herbs and made Summer Rolls.
We thought we were brilliant when we thought we had come up with Green Goddess Grilled Cheese, but realized that another TasteSpotter had beat us to the green, herbaceous, garlicky punch… We love PaniniHappy’s version with the green goddess herbs mixed directly into cream cheese, but ours is a little different. We made a fresh herb pesto with the standard Green Goddess herbs, plus a sneaky handful of kale (which is now going to be a staple condiment in our kitchen), spread it onto the bread, added sliced avocado, fresh baby spinach, and goat cheese.
Mozzarella is what we already had, so we added that as the “melty” cheese. makes 1 sandwich Ingredients. Caprese Grilled Cheese with Arugula Pesto | Feasting At Home. Every now and then, I get a hankering for a really good grilled cheese sandwich. After spending three weeks in Asia without a bite of cheese and very little bread, it was one of the first things I wanted to eat when we got back. It also happens to be National Grilled Cheese month. This grilled cheese sandwich starts with good bread. A rustic sourdough boule made with whole wheat and rye flour is thickly sliced and layered with fresh mozzarella cheese, tomatoes and a flavorful Arugula Pesto. Lightly browned in a skillet and placed in a hot oven, it comes out golden, toasty and melty. The Arugula Pesto recipe is one that I use repeatedly for catering because of its flavor and versatility. It contains a little flavor enhancing secret. It occurs to me that I may be confusing to some of you with my sporadic not-so-healthy recipes thrown in every once in a while.
This Arugula Pesto recipe is deliberately a little salty and a little lemony. Arugula on its own can have a bitter quality.