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This recipe is so unbelievable good! My husband and I were in heaven! The recipe didn't specify what kind of bread to use so we got a fresh baked italian loaf sliced and used that. This sandwich is great just the way it is. Next time we might add some fresh spinach to the sandwich but it certainly doesn't need it.
First there is the 5 star crispy-cheesy grilled romano on the bread. Then there is the creamy-tomatoey stuff inside. THEN there are the hundreds of variations you can do with this recipe. We did some with fresh herbs, some with pesto, one with colby-jack & blue cheese. The one in the picture is as written on sourdough. Yum. Thanks for the recipe(s)!!!
excellent! i did it a little different for taste. i used fresh shredded mozz cheese skipped the egg step and fried in @2 tbls butter added fresh basil chopped and dry italian seasonings as well as fresh ground sea salt and black pepper. this sandwich screams for some bacon or ham. great with veggie soup on a cool evening. a true gourmet cheese sandwich! update... i ADDED mozz cheese to this and now some pepperjack cheese. excellent!
I made a few using the egg dip method but didn't like how it really didn't crisp up enough. So I used butter instead then dipped in the cheese. So much better. So many ways to make this your own creation. The kids like fontina better than goat.