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CraftyZedral
« on: July 25, 2008 11:43:53 AM »

For one sandwich you will need:

butter
two slices of bread
2 slices of American cheese
2 slices ham or turkey  and/or 2-3 slices bacon
blanched broccoli spears, patted dry and sliced lengthwise


Order of ingredients:
bread, cheese, broccoli, meat (if using), cheese, bread.

Assemble the sandwich and place it buttered side down, in your skillet.  Place a piece of foil over the sandwich and cover the foil with an oven-proof plate or a smaller skillet.  Weigh this down with a heavy can.  This is for people who don't have a pannini press!  If you have one, by all means use it.   I just press my grilled cheese sandwiches and cook them on low heat, then flip them.  That way the cheese melts before the bread gets too crispy.

If anyone tries this, let me know if you like it.

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