Sun dried tomato and kale grilled cheese sandwich

So far I have been in love with Kale and today I paired it with some sun dried tomato spread and jalapeno olives in this amazing sun dried tomato and kale grilled cheese sandwich. The bomb.

kale and sun dried tomato sandwich

This combination for this sun dried tomato and kale grilled cheese sandwich, yet unusual, was still fantastic. My kids really liked it, especially with the olives in it. I wish I would have made more sandwiches because the two that I made was not enough. Next time I will though.

I used some sun dried tomato spread as well as Jalapeño stuffed olives from Mezzeta. The combo? Just out of this world. Me and my husband love spicy food and my 4 year old truly adores olives. I told her these olive were spicy but she didn’t care less, she still wanted to eat the sandwich, and she did. I couldn’t believe it because these olives were truly spicy!

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Well until my next post, I hope you get to make this amazing sun dried tomato and kale grilled cheese sandwich. It is going to blow your taste buds away!

Enjoy!

kale and sun dried tomato sandwich

kale and sun dried tomato sandwich

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sun dried tomato and kale grilled cheese sandwich

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 2 sandwiches

Total Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 4 slices whole grain bread
  • 2 tbs Mezzeta sun dried tomato spread
  • 8 Mezzeta stuffed Jalapeño olives, sliced
  • 4 slices cheese
  • 1/2 cup fresh kale

Directions:

Spread 1 tablespoon of sun dried tomato spread over one slice of bread. Top with half the sliced stuffed Jalapeño olives followed by one slice of cheese. Top with some fresh kale, another slice of cheese and finish with the other slice of bread.

Repeat the same for the other sandwich. Over medium to high heat, heat your griddle or a non stick pan. Place the sandwiches onto your pan and heat on each side 3-4 minutes making sure they don't burn. Serve while still warm and the cheese is melted and gooey.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Mezzetta. The opinions and text are all mine.

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7 comments

  1. Whoa, I am so checking out this salad! Everything I love, and something different from the usual :)

  2. Quinoa is a favorite of mine! I love how you made it into a salad!

  3. Such a nice salad, love the vibrant colors!

  4. Oh yum!! I have been trying to get in more quinoa, so I am definitely going to have to try this gorgeous salad of your’s soon. :)

  5. I love using quinoa in salads too! The only way to have me power through from lunch to dinner!

  6. I am so with you and love adding quinoa to salads.  Just adds that something special!  Great salad.

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