Happy Wednesday! This ultimate comfort needs to happen ASAP – and what better time to dig than mid-week? Are you ready for it?
Hi, my name is Becca and I’m addicted to garlic. And comfort food.
Since returning from The Grand Adventure, I’ve been reaching for ALL the comfort food. I headed straight back into the classroom and have been going-going-going ever since. There were these Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies, and Pumpkin Spice Muffins, but basically, I’m always all about the comfort food, so there’s no excuse needed.
And 4 Cheese Garlic Grilled Cheese is SERIOUS comfort. And seriously loaded with garlic. It’s the happiest grilled cheese of them all. Life. Changer.
So we’ve got the 4 cheeses…
- Sharp Cheddar
They create a creamy, rich, complex flavor when all combined. Parmesan is crusted on the outside of the bread, creating a wonderfully crisp texture to hold in all the ooey-gooey melted cheeses. And then the garlic!
Spread the garlic butter all over your soft sourdough bread slices, pat on the parmesan, and get ready to be amazed. Between the complex flavors of the cheeses, and the garlic/butter/parmesan crusted sourdough, your comfort will hit a whole new level.
Dip it in your favorite soup and voila, you’ve got yourself one delicious meal!
Current grilled cheese dipping favorite: Roasted Tomato Carrot Ginger Soup.
A new level of comfort food – parmesan garlic crusted sourdough filled with three melty cheeses!
- 4 Tablespoons butter, room temperature
- 2 garlic cloves, minced
- 4 large sourdough bread slices
- 6 slices of each: provolone cheese, gouda, and cheddar (more as desired)
- 1/4 cup parmesan cheese, shredded
- Stir together butter and minced garlic until combined.
- Heat a flat skillet on the stove over medium heat. Spread butter on one side of each slice of bread. Divide the parmesan cheese evenly among the slices, and pat on top of the butter.
- Place two bread slices, buttered side down, on the hot skillet. Place one slice of each cheese on top (more as desired). Top with the other buttered slice of bread, buttered side up.
- As the one side of the sandwich turns golden brown and cheese begins to melt (approximately 3-4 minutes) flip the sandwich and cook until the next side is golden brown and cheese is completely melted. Serve immediately.