• Sizzlers Cheese Toast

    Sizzlers Cheese Toast

    1 Lb. Butter (slightly softened)
    8 Oz. Grated Parmesan Cheese
    Sliced Italian Bread

    a mixer, cream together the butter and cheese. 1. Preheat a griddle or
    large frying pan on medium-high. 2. Spread cheese mixture on bread about
    1/4" thick. 3. Place bread cheese side down on griddle. Cook until cheese
    has browned.

    Comments 3 Comments
    1. Amy R's Avatar
      Amy R -
      I make this bread often and love it! This biggest tip for this recipe to turn out, is to have a very good non stick pan. I have even made it with croissants! Now that is a rich tasting bread!
    1. nana123's Avatar
      nana123 -
      Ooohhhhh this sounds really good!!!!! Thanks
    1. jenmcntyr's Avatar
      jenmcntyr -
      When I worked there we would make the toast with Blue Bonnet margarine. I know - I use butter for everything, no hold barred. But if you want to know what they really used, that was the ticket.

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