Spinach Ricotta Grilled Cheese

Spinach Ricotta Grilled Cheese - A tasty twist on an old favorite!

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time5 minsCook Time10 minsTotal Time15 mins
 1 Sourdough Bread Loaf
 2 tbsp Butter (per sandwich)
 2 tbsp Ricotta Cheese (per sandwich)
 1 Slice of Provolone Cheese (per sandwich)
 1 Slice of Mozzarella Cheese (per sandwich)
 1 Large Handful of Baby Spinach (per sandwich)
 2 Tomato Slices (per sandwich)
 Salt & Pepper
1

Slice the sourdough bread for sandwiches. Take out 1 slice of provolone and 1 slice mozzarella per sandwich that you intend to make.

2

Put an iron skillet on medium heat, and put a small frying pan on medium heat as well.

3

Add olive oil to the small frying pan along with a handful of fresh baby spinach to sauté. Season with salt and pepper as the spinach cooks. Set aside when done.

4

Put two tablespoons of butter into the skillet once it is heated, and move around the bottom of the pan.

5

Place two slices of bread into the heated, buttered skillet. Layer a slice of provolone, a thin layer of ricotta, and some sautéed spinach on one side, and a slice of mozzarella and the tomatoes on the other side. (Don't forget to sprinkle some salt on the tomatoes!) When the mozzarella has started to melt, put the two sides together and finish off grilling them.

Repeat all steps for however many sandwiches you are making.

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Ingredients

 1 Sourdough Bread Loaf
 2 tbsp Butter (per sandwich)
 2 tbsp Ricotta Cheese (per sandwich)
 1 Slice of Provolone Cheese (per sandwich)
 1 Slice of Mozzarella Cheese (per sandwich)
 1 Large Handful of Baby Spinach (per sandwich)
 2 Tomato Slices (per sandwich)
 Salt & Pepper

Directions

1

Slice the sourdough bread for sandwiches. Take out 1 slice of provolone and 1 slice mozzarella per sandwich that you intend to make.

2

Put an iron skillet on medium heat, and put a small frying pan on medium heat as well.

3

Add olive oil to the small frying pan along with a handful of fresh baby spinach to sauté. Season with salt and pepper as the spinach cooks. Set aside when done.

4

Put two tablespoons of butter into the skillet once it is heated, and move around the bottom of the pan.

5

Place two slices of bread into the heated, buttered skillet. Layer a slice of provolone, a thin layer of ricotta, and some sautéed spinach on one side, and a slice of mozzarella and the tomatoes on the other side. (Don't forget to sprinkle some salt on the tomatoes!) When the mozzarella has started to melt, put the two sides together and finish off grilling them.

Repeat all steps for however many sandwiches you are making.

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Spinach Ricotta Grilled Cheese

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