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Sizzler Cheese Toast Recipe
Sizzler Cheese Toast
By Todd Wilbur

Recipe Type: Bread
Calories: 120
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Recipe Rating: 5.0 (5 reviews)
In Los Angeles in 1957, Del Johnson noticed an article in the Wall Street Journalabout a successful $1.09 per steak steakhouse chain with locations in New York, Chicago, and San Francisco. Inspired by the article, Del decided to open his own steakhouse in L.A., but with a twist that would save him money. His idea was to develop a steakhouse where customers would order their food at a food counter and pick it up when it was ready. Doesn't sound that exciting, but the concept was a hit. After the first Sizzler was open for a year, Del decided to run a two-day, one-cent anniversary sale: buy one steak at the regular price and get a second for just a penny. Del said, "We opened at 11:00. People were lined up from 11:00 until 9:00 at night, and we sold 1050 steaks in one day and about 1200 the second day."

With every meal, Sizzler serves a slice of tasty cheese toast. It's a simple recipe that goes well with just about any entree.

Source: "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes" by Todd Wilbur.

4 tablespoons butter
4 slices thick-sliced French bread
4 teaspoons Kraft grated Parmesan cheese
1. Melt the butter in a small saucepan in the microwave.

2. Use a brush to spread the butter evenly over one face of each slice of bread.

3. Sprinkle the Parmesan cheese over the butter.

4. Grill the bread, buttered side down, on a frying pan or griddle over medium/low heat for 5 minutes or until golden brown. Grill only the buttered side.

-Sizzler Excellence?!?!?!-
Sizzler lover  
Submitted on: 07/01/13
Love this, but remember don't use disgusting non tasty kraft cheese use something better like Italian cheese or French. P.S I still go to sizzler to lazy to cook :D LOL
Carey Hill  
Submitted on: 03/17/12
I made this tonight on leftover hot dog buns with freshly shredded Parmesan (the only way to go as far as I'm concerned - NO KRAFT GRATED JUNK!) and real butter, of course! No margarine in this home! I ate 5 pieces! And nothing else! I felt like I was at Sizzler. :)
Better than that freezer section stuff!!!
Martin Dahlke  
Submitted on: 05/02/11
I love this recipe and it's quick and inexpensive to make. I like to use my griddle pan so I can make a bunch all at once; and since we don't live near a Sizzler anymore my only choice is to make it. My family has told me often that it is better than that pre-made frozen stuff you get at the store.
John Pape  
Submitted on: 03/29/11
I've always enjoyed the cheese bread at Sizzler. Usually have to ask for more. Great recipe. Can't get enough
very easy recipe--tasty cheese toast
Susan Simpson  
Submitted on: 03/23/11
This is a very easy recipe...requires a short amount of time to prepare....and tastes wonderful!!