Grilled Cheese -n- Tomato sandwich with herbs

>> Sunday, August 16, 2009

grilled cheese and tomatoGrilled cheese one of the easiest, fastest, and tastiest sandwiches. One of the most common ways to serve and eat grilled cheese is with a tomato soup. In this recipe we are skipping the soup but not the tomatoes to make a lighter summer time lunch. Also it's a good way to use the home made white bread from the previous post.
You'll need:
Gouda Cheese sliced, your choice
tomato slices
black pepper
oregano leaves
dried basil leaves

Skillet or frying pan

1. Prepare the bread slices by buttering both sides, then put them on a hot skillet,after 2 minutes flip the bread. Add 1 slice of cheese on each piece of bread, sprinkle a pinch of black pepper -oregano and basil. Add a couple of tomato slices to each piece of bread. Put 2 breads together and serve.

grilled cheese with herbs
To make it a complete healthy lunch add some fresh sliced fruit and it's ready. So simple yet so good!
easy meals


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Ben August 21, 2009 at 6:53 AM  

This is perfect for a quick lunch or even breakfast, hehe. I love your blog and pictures.

Spicie Foodie August 22, 2009 at 6:46 PM  

Hi teenchefgirl ,
Glad you like my blog, and thank you for your vote and recommendation.

Spicie Foodie August 22, 2009 at 7:02 PM  

Hola Ben,
Thank you and I'm glad you like my blog and pictures. I've come across your site before and it's one of my favorites. I saw today your mango post and thank you, it brought back nice childhood memories from Mexico for me too.:)
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bigarade October 26, 2009 at 1:15 PM  

Im just popping by! :D amazing blog youve got here.
and this looks like my kinda recipe! we call it pizza toast! Delish!

Great pictures and ah! great recipes! keep up the good work :D x

Spicie Foodie October 27, 2009 at 12:12 PM  

Hi bigarade,
I see you made it over. Thank you and I hope you come back often:)

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