The sandwich calls for two types of cheese and kimchi.
Ramsay’s recipe calls for Romano cheese with Pepperberry, Asiago cheese, thick slices of country bread, and kimchi. Some standard butter, olive oil, and salt are also in the mix. I went to my local grocery store, Foodtown, to see if I could find the slightly upscale ingredients.
I had to purchase a few alternatives. Since Foodtown only had soft, pre-sliced country bread, I opted for the next best thing: a freshly baked loaf of ciabatta bread that looked the most similar to the shape and hard crust of Ramsay’s.
While I think a cheese shop would’ve had the exact blocks of Romano and Asiago cheese that Ramsay used in his tutorial, I picked up pre-packaged ones. The recipe suggests that if you can’t find Romano with Pepperberry, to add pink peppercorns instead. I found a peppercorn medley grinder that included the pink variety.
The ingredients came to $26.45. This was definitely going to be a “fancy” grilled cheese.
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