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      SRSLY Grilled Cheese 3 Ways

      • April 11, 2016
      1024 954 Curry Girls Kitchen

      SRSLY butternut squash FULL PLATE 1st pic

      Seriously the best gluten free sour dough grilled cheese sandwiches!

      Grilled Cheese 3 Ways with Bread SRSLY gluten free sourdough:

      SRSLY Fig and brie 2

      Fig and Brie

      Ingredients:

      – 2 pieces Bread SRSLY sour dough
      – Dried Figs, soaked, dried, and halved.  When in season, use seared fresh figs.

      – CHEESE: Your favorite! We used: Wellspring Creamery Goat Milk Brie, Applegate’s sliced Havarti cheese, Midnight Moon goat cheese NOTE: Wellspring Brie is a Whole Foods Market brand of goat brie. Woolwich Dairy goat brie is delicious too.

      Butter: Goat or pasture raised Cow (we used goat)
      1 small skillet
      1 lid

      Method:
      Prep sandwich:

      • Toast bread until heated, but not browned.
      • Slice cheeses, Midnight Moon and brie, to fit bread, set aside
      • Heat skillet on medium high heat
      • Butter lightly toasted bread
      • Place 1 slice of bread, buttered side down in pan.
      • Add first layer of cheeses, top with halved figs, add second layer of cheeses
      • Place second piece of bread on top, buttered side facing up.
      • Cover pan for 2-3 minutes, check to make sure bread isn’t burning.
      • Flip sandwich, cover and cook another 2-3 minutes or until all cheeses are melted
      • Wait a two minutes to slice, then serve.

      SRSLY carmelized onions FEATURE Pic

      Caramelized Red Onions and Pepper Jack

      Ingredients:
      – 2 pieces Bread SRSLY sourdough
      – CHEESE: Your favorite! We used: Pepper Jack cheese, Midnight Moon goat cheese
      – ½ red onion, sautéed until browned and caramelized
      – 2 Tbl olive oil

      Butter: Goat or pasture raised cow (we used goat)
      1 small skillet
      1 lid

      Method:
      Prep sandwich:

      • In small skillet slice red onion and sauté in olive oil. Remove from pan into small bowl and set aside. DON’T CLEAN SKILLET.
      • Toast bread until heated, but not browned. Set aside.
      • Slice Midnight Moon and pepper jack, set aside
      • Re-heat skillet on medium high heat
      • Butter lightly toasted bread
      • Place 1 slice of bread, buttered side down in pan.
      • Add first layer of cheeses, top with caramelized onions, cover onions with second layer of cheeses
      • Place second piece of bread on top, buttered side facing up.
      • Cover pan for 2-3 minutes, check to make sure bread isn’t burning.
      • Flip sandwich, cover and cook another 2-3 minutes or until all cheeses are melted
      • Wait a two minutes to slice, then serve.

       

      SRSLY butternut squash

      Grilled Butternut Squash and Three Cheeses

      Ingredients:
      – 2 pieces Bread SRSLY sour dough
      – CHEESE: Your favorite! We used: Humbolt Fog, Garrotxa, Applegate’s Munster
      – Grilled butternut squash

      Butter: Goat or pasture raised Cow (we use goat)
      1 small skillet
      1 lid
      Olive Oil for basting or pan searing butternut squash

      Method:
      Prep sandwich:

      • Peel butternut squash.
      • Slice ¼ “ 8-10 pieces. (Use the long neck of the squash. There are no seeds it’s all meat)
      • Grill, broil or sear your butternut squash until brown and softened.
      • Toast bread until heated, but not browned. Set aside.
      • Slice brick cheeses and size to fit your bread. Set aside.
      • Re-heat skillet on medium high heat
      • Butter lightly toasted bread
      • Place 1 slice of bread, buttered side down in pan.
      • Add first layer of cheeses, top with grilled butternut squash, maybe some grilled onions, cover with second layer of cheeses
      • Place second piece of bread on top, buttered side facing up.
      • Cover pan for 2-3 minutes, check to make sure bread isn’t burning.
      • Flip sandwich, cover and cook another 2-3 minutes or until all cheeses are melted
      • Wait a two minutes to slice, then serve.

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