Turkey, Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Turkey, Grilled Cheese Sandwich Picture
1. Slice the bread real thick, 5/8" - 3/4".

Slice the cheese, turkey, and tomato, all fairly thin.

Ron's Note:
I like using a beefsteak tomato because it's large, but any tomato that's fairly large, and smells like a tomato will do.

2. Place 1 slice of bread on a plate, lay some of the cheese on top.

3. The Turkey is next, then coat it with plenty of Butt Kickin' Blacken. You'll have to use more than you think you should because the cheese will suck out the flavor from the spice.

4. Next comes the tomato, and more cheese.

5. Place a second piece of bread on top, and butter real good. Carefully flip the sandwich over and place it in a cold pan. Butter the other slice of bread after you've place it in the pan.

Make another using the same method.

6. Cook, covered, over medium low heat until the bread is beginning to toast, and the bottom cheese is melted. Carefully flip the sandwiches over, cover, and cook for another 5 minutes, or so, until the bottom piece of bread is toasted, and the rest of the cheese is melted.

7. The only problem you might have is having the heat too high. If it is, you'll end up overcooking the first slice of bread, Burning it, like I did. Not to worry, it just adds more flavor to the sandwich.

8. We had this with some Turkey Soup, but, the sandwich being so rich, we weren't able to eat all of the soup. No matter how hungry you are, you probably won't eat more than one of these sandwiches.



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