Vampires Beware of this recipe!
I wish I had a picture that I took to show you, but I don’t have the cheese this evening. I am, however, craving this fabulous recipe. So I thought I would share. I will make this week (after I go shopping) and take a pic or you can make it and post your picture.
If you don’t like garlic…this is not for you!!! And make sure that your significant other plans to have a bite as well or forget getting close tonight! 🙂
The most important ingredient is the bread. I would (as we have it frozen and just thaw pieces as we want them) use a german rye such as this one:
But quite frankly, any rye or pumpernickel bread will do. I am sure you can even use a sourdough bread.
Next you will need the following:
- Cheese of choice – I use swiss, sometimes butterkase, sometimes provolone…but not an american or cheddar cheese
- Minced garlic – you can use fresh or from a jar
- Chopped onions – I prefer red, but you can use any sort
- Butter or Oil – I prefer an olive oil
Once you have collected and are ready:
- Pour a little oil or add some butter to a pan
- Put your slice of bread and allow one side to brown
If you want to use one pan, just position the pan so that you are only using half of it and leave the other half for the garlic and onions. Obviously…if you choose to use 2 pans, you don’t have to do that.
- Add your minced garlic and chopped onions to the pan to saute
- Salt the mixture
- Flip your bread when you think it is brown or warm
- Add your cheese on the warm, top side and let it melt
- By now your onions and garlic are sauteed enough and you can place them on the cheese – spread in a thin layer
End result is a half slice bread with a slice of cheese and sauteed onions and garlic. You will have to imagine the garlic and onions on the top of this:
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