Revolución Cheese Sandwich! by Jesse Bluma



Revolución Cheese Sandwich!





Oaxaca (Wuh-HAH-kuh) is a semi-soft cheese made with skim milk and sea salt.  This cheese originated in Mexico from monks located in a city by the same name.  Oaxaca provides a slightly salty, savory, and buttery flavor, especially when melted.

*Update:  I got this message from the Alpine Valley Bread Company--"Hi Jesse, looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!"


Ingredients
Cooking spray (I use Smart Balance.)
2 slices organic Sprouted Honey Wheat with Flaxseed bread (by Alpine Valley)
2 ounces Oaxaca cheese (by Cacique), thinly sliced


Directions
1.  Remove cheese from the refrigerator 1 hour prior to use.
 2.  Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (177 degrees Celsius).
 3.  While oven is heating coat a grill with cooking spray.  
 4.  Pre-heat grill, remove bread slices from packaging, then place on grill until golden
brown and there are grill marks on the bread slices.  (Ensure both sides of each bread slice get golden brown.)
5.  Place cheese slices on one of the slices of bread.
 6.  Place cheese covered bread slice on a parchment lined sheet pan.
7.  Place in oven until cheese is melted, 2 to 4 minutes.
8.  Use an oven mitt to remove from the oven, place slices of bread together, then serve immediately.
















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