Monday, February 15, 2010

Meatless Monday – Grilled Veggie Sandwich with Horseradish Mayo


My meatless Monday this week is restaurant worthy. Hold onto your meat loving pants.

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Grilled Veggie Sandwich with Horseradish Mayo

1/2 a small loaf of ciabatta bread, cut into 4 slices, scoop some of the soft bread out to make room for the veggies

3 one inch slices of eggplant

1/2 of an orange pepper, sliced

1/4 of a red onion, I left mine in petals

10 stalks of asparagus

2 Tbsp Fat Free Zesty Italian Dressing

2 slices of reduced fat provolone cheese

2 Tbsp Miracle Whip

1 Tbsp prepared Horseradish

1. Marinate veggies in Italian dressing for 20 minutes. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

2. When veggies are marinated, grill until slightly soft and warm.

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3. While veggies are grilling, toast ciabatta bread slightly in oven at 400 degrees.

4. Layer veggies on top of 2 bread slices and place provolone cheese on top. Set other 2 slices aside. Place under broiler at 400 degrees until cheese melts. Mix together Miracle Whip and Horseradish in small bowl.

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5. Remove sandwiches from oven and put 1 tbsp of the horseradish mayo on the bar slices of bread, then place them on top of the sandwiches and enjoy! I also added a little fresh spinach on mine as well!

It’s a great flavor combination, a little messy and VERY filling!


Syl on February 15, 2010 at 8:02 PM said...

that looks so yummy! I just bought an eggplant on the weekend, have yet to try one......

TJ on February 15, 2010 at 8:43 PM said...

mmmmmm I want that!!! Looks delicious!

Nicole @ Let Them Eat Lettuce on February 15, 2010 at 11:16 PM said... You don't know what kind of revelation you just gave me. I have a george foreman and have NEVER EVEN thought of grilling veggies on it. thankyouthankyouthankyou!!!!!!

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