Over The Top Grilled Cheese Sandwich
The other day Bobby Flay had a throw down at a shop that claimed the world’s best grilled cheese sandwiches. As luck would have it, Sweetie, had already bought the ingredients for the best grilled cheese I’ve ever enjoyed.
This was so simple and absolutely delicious! Sweetie had cooked a delicious turkey breast in the slow cooker. That was done with 1/2 cup chicken broth, a coarsely chopped onion, and three tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce. I could hardly stay out of the turkey, it was so juicy, tender and tasty, but she had plans for a salad and best of all for this sandwich.
The key is to make the sauce:
1/2 cup of mayonaise
1/2 cup of raisins
1/4 cup almond slivers
1/4 cup of finely copped celery
1 tsp of curry powder
I’m going to add a few chopped green onions the next time I make it.
Anyway, now that you have that mixed butter your favorite bread on one side and (of course) put the butter side on the grill. ( I usually don’t turn on the griddle quite yet.) Next place a slice of Danish Havarti cheese on the bread, then spread the sauce on that and cover with slices of turkey (I’m sure it will be great with chicken too!) Follow that with another slice of Havarti (now start up the heat, when you can pay closer attention to the color of the toast) and cover with another slice of bread butter side up. Grill until golden brown and flip.
I like to use a spatula while holding the sandwich together with the other hand. After the cheese melts and the interior is nice and gooey it holds together great!
It was interesting that it seemed like a grilled cheese sandwich, not and grilled turkey sandwich. The flavors blended with such a quiet, soothing comfort that I thought I was eating ambrosia!
This, ladies and gentlemen is my new favorite comfort food!
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