Avocado Feta Grilled Cheese

I promise you all that you will be thanking your lucky stars once you make this (and tomorrow’s post – SOUP!) It’s an incredible burst of flavor in your mouth that you didn’t know was possible. I’ll be taking donations for the excruciating feat of testing a new recipe in case of any poisonous reactions and the like. Indeed, I took one for the team on this one. You’re welcome.

AVOCADO FETA GRILLED CHEESE

Naturally, grilled cheese was the first thing I learned how to make. Simple. Fast. and took 3 ingredients. Cheese, bread, and butter. Over the years I even got requests from my baby sister to make her my famous grilled cheese. I am the master. You can get really creative with it and this is what I put together. Sticking with the theme of the original grilled cheese in two ways. Keeping it Simple and Fast as well as the usual Cheese, bread, and butter. Again, you’re welcome.

What You Will Need (this serves 2)

4 slices of Bread of your choice.

1 Avocado – peeled and sliced the “hot dog way” into thin long slices.

1/4 Cup Feta cheese

2 slices of cheese – I used something similar to Swiss.

Butter and lots of it!

Tzaziki spread – here in Germany we have many different yogurt based spreads to use. I used one similar to Tzaziki without garlic. It’s a bit more of a cream cheese consistency.

How To Make It:

Heat a frying pan on medium-low heat. My stove goes up to the number 9 – I set it at 4 (If that gives you an idea.) The art of grilled cheese is lots of butter (get over it diet people) and slow cooking.

Butter one side of each slice of bread. (4 sides should be buttered – not 8..obviously)

Place the buttered side down on the heated frying pan and carefully spread a small  helping of the tzaziki spread on the non-buttered side of the bread.

Place cheese on top of the tzaziki, then avocado, and sprinkle carefully the feta cheese.

Let cook for a moment to get the cheese melted. Carefully lift the bottom to see if the bread has browned lightly. If it has, place the other slice of bread on top (butter side up) and press down lightly then flip!

Once both sides are browned lightly or to your liking, take out of pan and slice it! 🙂  EASY PEASY!

Hope you guys enjoy this one…it’s soooooo yummy!!!

Until next time, Readers!!! xoxoxoxoxo

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