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I thought this sandwich was ok,but my DH didnt care for the thyme at all in the butter..
Yummy mid-afternoon snack while engaing in something of a weekend cookathon! Scaled back to two sandwiches (for two), made with crusty ciabatta, and slices of swiss cheese. I used only about 1/2 tablespoon of the Dijon mustard (taste preference) and added some rosemary and sage to the thyme. All the ingredients blended beautifully to make a delightfully delicious toasted sandwich: certainly a gourmet version of a regular ham and cheese or cheese and tomato toasted sandwich. Thanks for sharing another wonderful recipe, KITTENCAL. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders.
Delicious!!!! I love the herb butter! I'm going to be using that for all of my sandwiches from now on, as well as steamed veggies. We had our sandwiches along with Wisconsin Cheese Soup for a wonderful lunch. Thank you Kitten, for another yummy recipe to add to my "Make often" file! Made for 1.2.3 Hits Tag
WOW! This is a gourmet ham and cheese! I used Monterey Jack instead of cheddar and I think Swiss would be great, too. I only did 1/4 recipe of the butter mixture which was enough for 2 sandwiches for us. :) Thanks, Kittencal, for another great recipe!
I only was making 1 sandwich, so cut down the bread, cheese, ham (turkey ham in my case), onion and tomato to 1/4 the amount shown. However, I made the entire amount of the butter and was glad I did, as I'm going to try it on other sandwiches, too, as well as to toss with steamed veggies. It is truly delicious.
This really is a most excellent variation on the classic ham and cheese. I found the addition of tomato and onion to be good, but what really set a simple sandwich into the realms of 5 stars was the herb butter. Thanks Kitten.