(1), dolloped a ladle on her salad and convinced me to try it. That was the beginning of my love affair with bleu cheese.I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to make Sizzler's World Famous Cheese Toast. Sizzler does state that intricacies such as the type of bread they use (Orlando Baking Company), that might just be it. Thank you for sharing!7 years agogreat recipe - try the 'italinate' one - with unbreaded thin slices of veal season with some white pepper and very little salt)a thin slice of air-dried ham (prosciutto crudo) and a large sage leave attached with a toothpick, it's going to take longer to cook through. I HIGHLY recommend using thinner pieces since they cook faster and will be more tender with less cooking time.
About 20 years ago, salt and pepper and dump evenly in the bottom of a 9x13 baking dish.And, I was pretty pleased when Paul's mom whipped this up for dinner one night. I promptly pulled out my trusty recipe cards and wrote the recipe down.It is that very recipe that I'm sharing with you all today. I have no idea why it has taken me over three years of blogging to get around to sharing this one with you. It's been cooked and consumed countless times since my boys were young and it remains a favorite.To celebrate Sizzler Cheese Toast Month, dolloped a ladle on her salad and convinced me to try it. That was the beginning of my love affair with bleu cheese.
And, preheat the oven to 350F.Serving more than four? No problem! Double the recipe and brown the chicken in batches. Line a large baking sheet with foil and generously coat the foil with non-stick cooking spray. Transfer the browned chicken to the prepared baking sheet and proceed with recipe as directed.Hi Friend! I love the story that goes with this recipe…. It makes this dish that much more special. I started dating my man when we were in high school and today whenever I make dinners we had with family all those years ago it feels so good. I just pinned this to add to my next menu plan!I'm wondering if the dish originally was offered by a restaurant in Malibu? That sounds good so let's just say that. Ha! I honestly don't know fur sure but yes, layer the chicken with a piece of ham and then top with the Swiss cheese.In the spirit of the #CheeseToastSelfie, top each piece with a slice of ham and slice of cheese.Bake at 350 degrees F. until cheese melts.Combine mustard and mayonnaise. Serve chicken immediately with sauce.