Smoked Gouda and Roasted Red Pepper Grilled Cheese – Meatless Monday

by in Recipes, July 21st, 2014

Grilled Cheese with Roasted Red Pepper and Smoked Gouda
For an inventive twist on a comfort-food classic, look no further than this Smoked Gouda and Roasted Red Pepper Grilled Cheese recipe from Food Network Kitchen. By replacing the type of cheese or bread, grilled cheese can be recreated in a number of different ways, from adding fruits like apples for a sweet crunch to throwing in a couple of chiles for a spicy kick. In this recipe, two cheeses are combined to create a unique flavor profile. Try this exciting pairing as a quick lunch or a relaxing dinner; it’s easy, gooey and delicious.

The secret to this combination is in the texture; while Gouda has a remarkable earthy tang, it can’t be used on its own in the sandwich because it doesn’t have the ability to melt in the way required to create the perfect grilled cheese. As a solution, this recipe combines extra-flavorful smoked Gouda with Muenster, a gooey, less assertive cheese. By adding arugula for a nutritional boost and red peppers for a salty kick, you’ll make this childhood favorite anything but boring.

Get the recipe: Smoked Gouda and Roasted Red Pepper Grilled Cheese

Meatless Monday, an international movement, encourages people everywhere to cut meat one day a week for personal and planetary health. Browse more Meatless Monday recipes.

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Comments (4)

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  3. Alex Jeffery says:

    I tried this and it was amazing. The smoked Gouda with Muenster was very flavorful and made the sandwich.

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