This appetizer manages to be delicious without requiring much work from the cook at all (cheese is really doing the heavy lifting here). With pre-grated cheese and pre-cut vegetables, this recipe comes together in seconds. Just toss everything in a pan and open a bag of chips. Mushroom Queso Fundido3 tablespoons olive oil1 package pre-sliced baby portobello mushrooms2 garlic cloves, peeled and mincedsalt and pepper12 ounces Jack, Oaxaca, or mozzarella cheese (3 cups grated)Cilantro to garnish1.
Take the cattle off those fields, multiply their numbers by thousands, feed them industrially produced grain encouraged by subsidies, damage some of the world's best farmland to grow that grain using a destructive assortment of chemicals, pump the cows full of antibiotics (to prevent illness in the unnatural conditions), scale and intensify this process so that almost anyone in the world can afford to eat meat daily, and...that's not good for us. Or the farmland. Or the planet.
A few extra ingredients make this variation on a grilled cheese sandwich feel like a special treat, but it’s still no work to throw together. Thanks to the broiled and premade pesto, this lunch is ready in under ten minutes. 1. Turn the broiler to high; put the rack 6 inches from the heat. Place the bread on a rimmed baking sheet and toast both sides until just dry. 3. Spread 1 tablespoon pesto on each slice of bread. Assemble 4 turkey, Brie, and tomato sandwiches. 4.
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