This Turkey Chili Spaghetti is two comfort foods served up in one bowl! Spicy turkey chili served over your favorite pasta (I used thick spaghetti noodles), topped with grated cheese, diced red onion, and a dollop of sour cream. With the addition of the toppings, this Turkey Chili Spaghetti becomes comfort food at it’s finest! …
I love a main course salad and a Chicken Cobb Salad is one of my all time favorites! As we’re moving into longer sunny days, I begin to crave BIG salads. A Chicken Cobb Salad is packed with everything that makes a salad right!…
Absolutely amazing! If you love Seared Ahi Salads and only thought you could get them at a restaurant, then I’m here to prove you wrong. You can easily make this Seared Ahi Salad with Sesame Ginger Dressing at home! …
If you’re familiar with In-N-Out, you know how good “animal” style is. Yummy sauce and grilled onions top either your burger or fries, and it’s pretty dang amazing! Ok, it’s really amazing! And delicious! And messy!! Being that we don’t have an In-N-Out, and sometimes I just need to top something with grilled onions, I decided on this Animal Style Grilled Cheese.
I’d love to take full credit for this delicious idea, but while browsing Pinterest, a similar sandwich popped up in my feed. A huge thanks to House of Yumm for the sandwich inspiration. The sauce was linked to another blogger who linked to another blogger……..I’d love to give credit, but I’m not sure where the copycat sauce recipe originated. All I know is I love grilled onions! I piled them high on my DaBomb Burger and even teach you how to make them HERE.
My stove top cast iron grill was perfect for making these sandwiches. It easily held the large slices of sourdough bread.
I started by making my grilled onions. They take a bit of time, but are well worth it. I cook them for a minimum of 30 minutes, and often as long as an hour. That’s right! An hour for perfectly slowed cooked grilled (or caramelized) onions. Please don’t try to speed up the cooking time. I know what you’re thinking….really, all I want is a grilled cheese. Delicious onions take time, but the good news is you can make them earlier in the day, then reheat them in time to make yourself a quick delicious Animal Style Grilled Cheese. And, while you’re at it, make up extra, to enjoy during the week. Animal Style Grilled Chicken would make a great dinner!
When the onions are cooking, make up a batch of sauce. It’s quick and easy!
Once the onions and sauce are ready, you can grill your sandwiches. I used three kinds of cheese (american, colby jack, and provolone) and large slices of sourdough bread.Keep your pan just hot enough to toast the bread, but low enough that the cheese has time to thoroughly melt.Once the cheese is melted, top with onions and sauce.Now put the lid on and the sandwich and finish grilling until the cheese is oozing out.Remove from heat, slice in half, and enjoy!!
- Grilled Onions:
- 1 medium sized yellow onion (diced)
- 2-3 TBSP butter
- 2 TBSP worcestershire sauce
- ½ cup mayonnaise
- 2 tablespoons ketchup
- 1 tablespoon white vinegar
- 2 teaspoons sugar
- 2 teaspoons sweet pickle relish
- 2 teaspoons minced onion
- 2 slices of sourdough bread for each sandwich
- 6 thin slices of cheese per sandwich (I used american, colby jack, and provolone)
- 1 TBSP butter per sandwich
- Grilled Onions:
- In medium low skillet, melt butter.
- Add onions and cook, stirring regularly until onions are tender and golden, about 30 minutes.
- Stir in worcestershire sauce and cook for another 10-15 minutes.
- Combine all sauce ingredients in small bowl. Whisk together until thoroughly combined.
- Heat cast iron grill pan over medium heat.
- Butter one side of each slice of bread.
- Place bread butter side down on hot grill.
- Place cheese on bread and grill until melted.
- Top with grilled onions and sauce.
- Top with second piece of grilled cheesy bread and continue to grill over low heat until cheese is fully melted.
You’ll want to grab plenty of napkins! It’s messy, but worth every bite!
I was inspired to make Steak Bites after a meal that I ordered out recently. These cooked in cast iron Steak Bites did not disappoint!! …
Although our fall is starting off very warm, I’m going to pretend that it’s the perfect soup weather. I mean, really, who says it has to be cold outside to enjoy a bowl of hot delicious soup? In my opinion, it’s always soup season! This Hamburger Soup is so simple, yet, hearty and fulfilling, and was the perfect meal (even if it was a sunny 80• day)! …
Are you looking for something quick and easy and healthy for your little ones? Something perfect to feed them before Trick-or-Treat? Look no further, this Simple Chili truly is (perfect for the kiddos). …
I’m going to miss summertime and all the BBQ’ing that we’ve been doing. Everything from steak to chicken, and veggies and pizza. It’s been going on the grill!! And fish, let’s not forget how often we grill fish. We typically grill salmon, but at the market the other day my husband spotted the swordfish and reminded me how long it’s been since we’ve had it. I agreed and we quickly ordered our two swordfish steaks from the fish market. Our dinner of Grilled Swordfish with Pineapple Salsa served over brown rice and a side Caesar Salad was delicious! …
Inspired by a sausage sandwich that we recently had at the Gilroy Garlic Festival, we decided to make them at home, thus this Grilled Italian Sausage Sandwich was one of our simple summer dinners. Served with a big wedge of cold watermelon, it was the perfect casual dinner. …
BBQ’d Teriyaki Chicken Kabobs are a must make this summer! Tender marinated chicken grilled to perfection with fresh veggies, all topped with a glaze of teriyaki and served over a bed of steamed rice are the perfect summertime meal! Grab a cold beverage and dine outdoors for the perfect evening!