What is your favourite way to make cheese on toast or toasted cheese sandwiches? Do you have any innovative additions?
My preference is almost always just white bread and cheddar cheese. If I'm feeling fancy, though, I'll mix the cheeses up a bit, and add some gourmet items, like caramelized onions or thinly-sliced apple, or a smear of fig jam in the sandwich.
That looks lovely.
I think what you call a grilled cheese sandwich/grilled cheese is what we'd call a cheese toastie....sometimes made in a toastie maker (which seals the sides of the bread together so that the lava-hot cheese spurts out and burns you when you bite into it), and sometimes just by squishing a sandwich on a panini press or frying it like your's.I'll add that, at least in my part of the country (can't speak for the rest of the US), cheese on toast isn't really a thing. I know I never encountered it until moving to the UK. Usually, you just press on and make a grilled cheese sandwich.
Grilled scamorza cheese with Tuna and Mary Rose sauce
Is this what you mean? I've never thought of that kind of dressing on a grilled cheese but it sounds interesting.
Marie Rose Sauce, also known as Thousand Island Dressing is traditionally made from a mixture of ketchup and mayonnaise. Marie Rose is usually associated with prawn/shrimp cocktail and Thousand Island often used in a Reuben sandwich. ... You can lighten the mixture by adding some plain yogurt to the mayonnaise.
Source: What Is the Recipe for Marie Rose Sauce? | Ask Nigella.com | Nigella Lawson