goat cheese sandwich
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Grilled Cheese
Dress up plain-Jane grilled cheese sandwiches with fancy cheeses, and a bit of truffle oil, for a new variation on a classic finger food. Make these on Super Bowl Sunday and use a football-shaped cookie cutter instead of trimming off the crusts for a fun appetizer.
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Creamy Tomato Soup with Cheddar Pumpkin Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Tomato soup and grilled cheese are a perfect pair. This version created by Chef George Duran and inspired by Hunt’s and Kraft’s tomato soup recipe takes the sandwich to the next level by filling it with creamy pumpkin purée. Click here for more of our best soup recipes.
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GoGo and Brie Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Cheese and fruit pair well, hence the popularity of sandwiches that use Brie and apples. This grilled cheese sandwich uses those same flavors but has a fun twist — the apples are replaced with GoGo squeeZ applesauce.Click here for more of our best grilled cheese sandwich recipes. 
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Fontina, Mushroom, and Truffle Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
Prosciutto, mushrooms, and truffled cheese make for an upscale version your childhood favorite grilled cheese sandwiches. Recipe courtesy of Emeril Lagasse, copyright Martha Stewart Omnimedia, Inc. Click here for more of Snapware’s Winter Warmup.
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Tomato Soup With Grilled Cheese Dumplings
There’s nothing like a comforting bowl of tomato soup with a grilled cheese sandwich. Switch up this classic American dish by turning the sandwiches into little dumplings. Part crouton, part sandwich, the grilled cheese dumplings help add texture and nostalgia to traditional tomato soup.This recipe is courtesy of Adam Richman.
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  This recipe uses Blue Moon’s Belgian White to the best of its ability, using it to create a tangy, fresh orange marmalade that you’ll eventually spread onto some bread with cheese to create a gooey grilled cheese. 
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Pesto Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Proof that grilled cheese isn’t just cold-weather food, this delicious version, courtesy of GoGo squeeZ, uses juicy tomatoes and basil pesto.Click here for more of our best grilled cheese sandwich recipes.
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Bacon and Jarlsberg Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Making a grilled cheese sandwich doesn't have to be a complicated affair. Find a cheese that melts well (Jarlsberg); find some bread you like that will work on a griddle, grill, or hot pan (so… maybe not challah); and maybe some toppings that you like (bacon) but not too many, and you're all set. It's not rocket science, which is why it's the savior of so many folks who have had a little too much fun on their night out with friends. OK, not everyone has Jarlsberg sitting around in their refrigerator all the time. But you get the point. There are only three ingredients in this recipe, but it does get a bit clever, using the bacon fat to flavor up the bread. Click here to see 12 Jazzed-Up Grilled Cheese Sandwich Recipes for Grown-Ups (and Kids, Too).
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Cream of Tomato Soup with Fontina, Mushroom, and Truffle Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
The classic pairing of grilled cheese and tomato soup gets a makeover that will make you fall in love with the combo. Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse, copyright Martha Stewart Omnimedia, Inc. Click here for more of Snapware’s Winter Warmup.
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Grilled Cheese Sandwich with Garlic Confit and Baby Arugula
What is it about melted cheese? Just about anything oozing with melted cheese tastes delicious — like melted mozzarella on a flatbread pizza; sweet, nutty Asiago in a luscious mac and cheese; or earthy fontina in an unbearably sinful fondue with chipotle and tequila.But perhaps the simplest recipe — the most adored of all — is the grilled cheese sandwich. When prepared with a crusty bread and stuffed with a cheese that melts to perfection, it is essentially irresistible. Here, this beloved sandwich takes on a gourmet twist. The secret ingredient: garlic confit!When garlic is gently poached in olive oil, it becomes sweet, with a subtle flavor. The cloves become so soft that you can spread them on your toast — or in this case, in your grilled cheese sandwich. Pair the mellow garlic confit with zingy baby arugula and a nutty, pungent aged Cheddar, Gruyère, or fontina, and every luscious bite is mouthwatering.Click here to see the Garlic Confit Recipe.
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Add some streaky bacon to your grilled cheese sandwich to add a little extra salty flavor and crunch.
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