I was on the lookout for a great sandwich recipe this week as I really wanted to take part in momscrazycooking challenge today.
Of course my eye was drawn to a sandwich that was done in the crockpot, grilled cheese without the effort!
I’ve made a really simple version since I am down with a nasty case of the cold/flu but still need everyone fed while my husband kills himself trying to get the addition finished. I think that I’ll now call these my “no time to be sick” sandwhiches. Warm and quick.
I started with a nice homemade loaf of bread and cut the number of slices that I wanted sandwiches.
Rummaging in the fridge I decided that some really nice, capacolla salami and dijon mustard would be a good start.
Grated sharp cheddar would act as my “glue”.
Repeat and get foil ready to wrap.
Before covering completely dot with four or five nobs of butter.
Place in a covered slowcooker for two hours. Go and lie down since your head is pounding.
and take downstairs for hardworking husband and friend getting duct work built into new part of house.
Grammy Goodwill said:
I can't believe you fixed a sandwich in the crock pot. I wonder if regular store bought bread would work, or need less time since it's not as thick?? I hope you're feeling better.
Oh, easily you could use storebought bread. They would have that yummy, squidgy quality that grilled cheese should.
What an easy idea! And since it's warm my husband my think I actually cooked him something!
Tina @ MOMS CRAZY COOKING said:
Great Sandwich Idea
This looks so fun! Would you like to come link it up to my new blog carnival featuring lunchbox ideas? You can find it here: http://allergyfreecookery.blogspot.com/2011/10/allergy-friendly-lunchbox-love-4-and.htmlThanks! Lisa @ Allergy Free Vintage Cookery