Tomato & Dill Grilled Cream Cheese Sandwich

Lee Thayer


My odd creation, since cream cheese goes well with tomatoes, and dill goes well with cream cheese, and tomatoes are the star of any grilled sandwich, so I put all together in a grilled sandwich. Delicious!


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1 sandwich
5 Min
5 Min
Pan Fry


  • 2 slice
    bread of your choice
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    cream cheese, softened, as needed
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    tomato slices, as needed
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    fresh dill, chopped, as needed
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    butter, as needed

How to Make Tomato & Dill Grilled Cream Cheese Sandwich


  1. Spread a generous amount of softened cream cheese on each bread slice.
  2. On one slice of bread, add a layer of tomato slices, top that with a good sprinkling of chopped fresh dill.
  3. Place the other slice of bread on top, cream cheese side down. Butter on the top slice of bread.
  4. Heat a non stick pan with a tablespoon of butter, when melted and hot, pick the sandwich up and set down in the butter.
  5. When the bottom is golden brown, carefully flip the sandwich over and cook the other side until golden brown.
  6. Remove from the pan, slice in half, serve with sides of your choice, enjoy.

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About Tomato & Dill Grilled Cream Cheese Sandwich

Course/Dish: Sandwiches
Main Ingredient: Dairy
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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