The cheese sauce really wasn't that great, I would have rather used like a Velveeta or something as opposed to this. It wasn't bad per-say, just not great. I tried to keep some of it to eat with tortilla chips, but that didn't work out. It wasn't cheesy enough for me. I made the mistake of putting a second bread on top of the sandwich (they are supposed to be open faced) and the broiler didn't like it too much. The top pieces were burnt, and the turkey/cheese/tomato didn't taste as hot as I'm sure it would be.
Overall, these sandwiches taste just fine. Next time I'll switch to Velveeta cheese to make it slightly more rich, but stick to the same volume of cheese added to the sandwich. I will also use grated Parmesan instead of the stuff I used (just your typical Parmesan from a green bottle that doesn't "melt") Thumbs to the side.
I as a little worried about the alfredo sauce instead of typical pizza sauce, but I think it worked out perfectly. I actually ended up buying some basil-pesta-alfredo sauce, so I opted not to use the basil seasoning for this one. I was also a little worried about using Provelone slices as opposed to shredded cheese, but again I think it worked out perfectly. I made sure not to put too many of the ingredients on top (I did this for another pizza recipe I made) and to spread them out so I didn't have to worry about toppings falling off. I'll say thumbs up for this one, I'd definitely make it again, maybe with fewer toppings.
Instead of craw fish, I went for the shrimp and it worked just fine. I bought fresh shrimp for the first time ever y'all! I paired the milk with some biscuits to get even more carbs in there, and it worked out very well. I enjoyed this meal and would make it again for sure, just need to figure out how to make it slightly more milky without making it not taste as good. Thumbs up!
We ended up serving it over the egg noodles like the recipe suggested and I thought it was perfect. We also sprinkled some Parmesan cheese over it and made it taste that much better. Both my husband and my liked this recipe and would make it again in the future if we remember it after all these 700 recipes are done. I really should start making a list huh? Thumbs up!
Next on the to-make list (if I can find the ingredients) is Julekage, Lebkuchen, and Cheddar Rice Casserole! Check back next week!
Dinner & a Movie
Bringing you food and drinks so that you can make movie night that much more delicious.
"Food is essential for life; therefore make it good"
Shannon does it Julie & Julia style as she cooks through a cookbook and shares thoughts and recipes along the way.