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Cantaloupe and Brie Grilled Cheese Sourdough for Grilled Cheese Brie Cheese Cantaloupe and Brie Grilled Cheese If you’re really over these Grilled Cheese posts, good news, this is the last one! It’s a personal favorite: Cantaloupe and Brie Grilled Cheese. I love brie, and brie with cantaloupe is really awesome. If you want to get really crazy, I would add some prosciutto. So with all these Grilled Cheese situations we have been posting I kind of want to throw a grilled cheese party. This would be such an awesome party for so many reasons. First, you have your guests cook the food and not you, that’s pretty cool. Second, you can just buy everything and you don’t have to slave in the kitchen for hours and hours. Third, everyone gets to eat what they want. I imagine it being some kind of awesome set up with all kinds of pre shredded pre sliced cheese, and lots and lots of toppings. Why isn’t this is a thing? Oh wait, it is a thing. I just looked it up on Pinterest. Man, sometimes Pinterest can be such a downer. Quick! Direct me to the best inspirational quote board you know! ☺(All jokes aside, I love Pinterest).
♥ Teri

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Cantaloupe and Brie Grilled Cheese

Ingredient List:
sliced sourdough bread
sliced brie cheese
peeled, seeded and thinly sliced cantaloupe
fresh thyme leaves, optional
salted butter, softened

1. Slather both sides of each slice of bread with butter.
2. Layer brie onto a piece of sourdough and top with pieces of cantaloupe. Top the cantaloupe with another thick layer of sliced brie.
3. Top the cheese with fresh thyme leaves, if using and top with another slice of sourdough.
4. Top grilled cheese with another slice of sourdough and gently press together.
5. Place a cast iron skillet over medium heat and melt a couple tablespoons of butter. Once the butter has melted and the skillet is hot, carefully place the grilled cheese into the skillet and cook for 4 to 5 minutes or until the bottom is nicely toasted and some of the cheese has melted.
6. Flip the grilled cheese and continue to cook for an additional 3 to 4 minutes or until the bottom is toasted and the remaining cheese has melted.
7. Transfer grilled cheese onto a cutting board. Allow the sandwich to sit for 3 to 5 minutes before cutting the half and serving.

  1. The slow pace Not Specified Not Specified

    This is awesome!!! Love, love, love!! And it has fruit on it so, it’s kind of light, right? ;)
    This is the last grilled cheese post? Oh, no!

  2. sandra Not Specified Not Specified

    wow – you’ve outdone yourself. I usually avoid grilled cheese (although it is heavenly) but I may have to try this combo – it is just too strange not to be intrigued.

  3. Kathryn Not Specified Not Specified

    Sounds amazing. I will definitely be adding prosciutto, I was thinking it even before I read your whole post. :)
    Thanks for an awesome week of grilled cheeses! I cant wait to see your next series of spiffed up favorites!

  4. Eileen Not Specified Not Specified

    OOH. I have never eaten cantaloups in a grilled cheese! Super interesting combination. Especially with a piece of prosciutto stuffed in as well!

  5. Sony Loren Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m a bit sad that the grilled cheese posts end today. I’ve acquired so many great ideas for future sandwiches just from this week. Perhaps you’ll supplement your posts with a weekly grilled cheese variation for all your g.c. fans. Thanks again for all the great recipes.

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  8. Kimberly Ann Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks incredible! We had a grilled cheese bonfire party on the beaches of San Diego last year. Everyone make their sandwiches with all the fixings and then grilled them in a variety of ways over a bonfire – cast iron skillet, wrapped in foil, grill baskets, etc. It was my favorite food party ever.

  9. Dawn Not Specified Not Specified

    This is awesome.. Thanks for all of the postings.. :o)

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  16. Barbara Dixon Not Specified Not Specified

    Agree with other commentors, this is awesome.

    Really good idea and it looks so delicious. And also the recipe is simple.

    So, I need to give it a shot :)



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    I’m goin’ in.

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