Sandwiches · Snacks · Vegetarian

Grilled Goat Cheese Sandwich

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Just saw on Twitter; it’s national grilled cheese day! Oh and I LOVE grilled cheeses! I had to do something about it… so I’ve checked the fridge and saw some leftovers from my beets patties recipe, a leftover of goat cheese, baguette and just bought some good fresh basil leaves. Heavenly mix! It’s not a classic grilled cheese clearly, it’s a… let say… experimental one. With a side of strawberries, oh! and the result was fantastic! I could pat myself on the back for this one. I did it last minute without much thinking and now I got myself a new top 10 sandwich on my repertoire. So if you really need to know how to do it: go get the red patties recipe here and then do:


Grilled goat cheese sandwich

goat cheese grilled cheeseIngredients
  • Red beets patties
  • baguette cut in 2
  • 1 tbsp salted butter
  • Slices of goat cheese (buche)
  • Fresh basil leaves
Directions
  1. In a non sticky pan, add the butter to melt at medium-low heat
  2. Add the 2 pieces of baguette
  3. Add on top of it the patties, cheese and basil leaves
  4. Cover, cook for 3 minutes at low heat
  5. Turn the lonely half of baguette mid-coccion
  6. Assemble on a plate

Enjoy with a few strawberries!

2 thoughts on “Grilled Goat Cheese Sandwich

  1. I’ve only ever tried fresh beets and I recall they tasted really earthy…do the patties as well? I bet the goat cheese compliments them very nicely! It sure does look pretty!

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    1. Thanks Kat! I confirm it to you, they are earthy but if you mix it with the right stuff it equilibrates it all (the goat cheese and strawberries helps) Hope you’ll try it, it’s much more than pretty… it’s delicious!

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