Avocado and Tomato Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

  • TheMomChef Posted: 04/29/14
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    I loved this. I made it just as the recipe instructed and it came out perfectly. Regarding the 3 tablespoons of cheese, that's the same as a slice and a half of pre-packaged American (just for comparison sake). It's plenty. Anyhow, I loved the flavors of the sharp cheddar, creamy avocado and acidic tomato. It's hard to just stop at one sandwich. You can read my full review at Taking On Magazines: http://bit.ly/QUxWhe

  • carolfitz Posted: 06/17/14
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    Not really a recipe, is it? But in warm weather anything that doesn't involve cooking catches my attention. Liked the tip to use shredded cheese and we used some on bottom before the tomato and some on top of the avocado (to hold the veg in place). Served with CL's spicy cilantro coleslaw.

  • judyduck Posted: 04/21/14
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    My husband & I had these last night for dinner. We both enjoyed our sandwich very much; would definitely have again! No changes to recipe. Served these with the green bean feta salad, another C L recipe.

  • Tsettimi Posted: 06/02/14
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    My mother and I had this for lunch. I thoroughly enjoyed it! It was easy to make and kept me filled for the afternoon. I will definitely make it again!

  • cmfrakes Posted: 06/15/14
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    Not impressed. Just didn't have enough flavor for my liking. Avocado drowned out everything else.

  • sukeedog Posted: 04/16/14
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    These weren't as amazing as we expected (avocado + grilled cheese?! sounds like heaven!). First of all, 3 tablespoons of cheese per sandwich is ludicrous. So I used more than that, but still the avocado way overpowered the cheese. It basically just tasted like a grilled avocado sandwich.

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