Gourmet Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

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Grilled cheese is a classic comfort food. And for good reason, it’s oh so easy to make –just slice, fry, feast! But for those who enjoy the finer things in life, even this simple sandwich can be taken to the next level. How? By mixing-in unexpected ingredients that add new layers of flavour to an already familiar taste.

ThePoshDish version is filled with slices of smoked provolone and mozzarella, and topped with hints of crisp, sweet apple, and savoury rosemary ham. It’s so fancy, you may be inspired to eat it with a fork and knife –and don’t forget the napkin!

All kidding aside, don’t be intimidated by this grilled cheese’s appearance. It’s still the sandwich that you know and love!

Ingredients: 

1 tbsp olive oil

2 slices of rye bread

1/4 cup smoked provolone

1/4 cup mozzarella

1 apple, sliced

4-6 slices of rosemary ham, pan-fried

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 Instructions: 

1. Coat your pan with the olive oil, and place on stove over medium heat.

2. Cut the slices of bread and layer the cheeses on one side of the bread, along with the apple and pre-fried ham. To make sure the cheese melts, slice it thinly or grate. Place the ingredient-free slice on top.

3. Place the sandwich in the pan, and lower the heat to medium. Cook on each side until crisp and golden brown, and the cheese inside has melted. Occasionally press into the pan with a spatula.

And there you have it! A grilled cheese sandwich that brings a twist to the classic. Have you tried any fancy, falvourful alternatives? Which was your favourite?

Style is served!

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