Three kinds of cheese, salty prosciutto, fresh tomatoes, and a touch of spice make this anything but your everyday grilled cheese sandwich. Serve with a lightly dressed green salad.
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Pair the grillee cheese with Romaine Hearts with Lemon Vinaigrette and Shaved Parmesan.
Delicious! My go-to - great on a weeknight paired with FC Classic Tomato Soup (wonderful, too!). Lovely presentation & tasty enough to serve to company.
Made these tonight w/ the Classic Tomato Soup from this site. Fabulous!! (both) The flavors in the sandwich all melded together beautifully. None of us could pinpoint any particular element, just wonderful as a whole. Will definitely make again!
This was a delicious use for fresh garden tomatoes. No need for extra salt; the prosciutto is salty enough. I substituted Beecher's Cheddar for the other cheeses. Delicious!
Delicious and not overly salty. Next time I'll prepare extra cheese mix to have on hand for more sandwiches.
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