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This was a yummy and delicious sandwich. I scaled it for just myself and will keep coming back to it.
Yummy grilled cheese. Loved the combination of all ingredients and loved the green onions for the crunch. Thanks breezer for sharing.
One of my favorite foods in the world is grilled cheese and this one is fantastic! I scaled the recipe down to one, used sharp cheddar and added some chopped pickled jalapeno to the cheese mixture. (I'm fighting a head cold and needed the heat.) Used Dave's Killer Good Seed bread and spread the outside with a thin layer of mayo, ala Grilled Cheese, Diner Style, since I like that method better than softened butter. I normally dip my grilled cheese in ketchup but took a few bites without it so I could give a proper review. The kid in me won out and I finished it with the ketchup. ;) Either way, this is a great grilled cheese. One that I will come back to, time and time again. Thanks for sharing, breezer! ***Made for Spring PAC 2013***
Breezer, this grilled sandwich is to die for. I love grilled cheeses and this one is no exception. Wow, is it good, really enjoyed the combination of swiss and cheddar together. The mayo and mustard help the cheese to breakdown and be extra gooey and chewy...loved it. The green onions are a perfect balance to all the cheese. Thanks so much for sharing this treat. Made for Favorite Cookbooks 2012. So glad that I tried this, I will be making it again and again.
Too rich for me,but DH liked it. I used yellow mustard as it was not clear what type to use. Dijon would be better I think. Thanks for posting!
We got mixed reviews on this one...2 people didn't really care for the mayo in the sandwich...but they ate it...one thought it was good and tasted like a cheeseburger without the burger...I really liked it...I found it very creamy and I enjoyed the fact that it wasn't your same old same old grilled cheese sandwich. Thanks for posting it. :)
What a delicious way to eat a grilled cheese sandwich!
The combo of cheeses is just yummy.
I couldn't decide which type of mustard to use ( American, English, French, Grain...). I plumped for Dijon, and although it tasted good, I personally would have liked it slightly stronger, so either more of it, or be brave and go for the Hot English!!
A great sandwich recipe...thanks Breezermom!
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Creamy cheesy goodness! I made this exactly as posted, using an Italian multi-grain bread. However, I ended up making three sandwiches instead of four. I guess maybe the bread slices were too large or we like our sandwiches hearty! Delicious filling. The mustard and green onion gives it a nice twist. Thanks for sharing this keeper!