Foodie shows you how to make the perfect toastie.

  • An avid foodie shares a recipe for greens and cheese toastie
  • Ashley Alexander (from Melbourne) demonstrated the recipe via a TikTok Video
  • The filling is made with chopped broccolini (radical, zucchini and tomato), as well as basil.
  • Next, add crumbled feta cheese as well as grated Provolone. Finally toast the bread in a pan. 

One foodie shared the recipe for her delicious cheese toastie, which is loaded with fresh greens. 

Ashley Alexander from Melbourne goes online as Gather and Feast and explains how she makes her green-filled cheese sandwich in TikTok’s video. 

This cheesy, toasted sandwich comes with cheese, greens, including rocket, broccolini and rocket. 

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Melbourne foodie, Ashley Alexander, who goes by Gather and Feast online has shared her recipe for a delicious toastie that is packed with green vegetables and herbs

Ashley Alexander (Melbourne foodie) has posted her recipe for delicious toastie packed full of green vegetables and herbs.

Ashley cuts the zucchini and broccoli into fine pieces. She then chops up fresh basil and rocket leaves. 

She then heats up a pan to medium heat with a glug of olive oil and sautés the greens with some chopped garlic and the zest of half a lemon. 

The greens will become vibrant after about 2 to 3 minutes. Ashley then takes the vegetables off the heat and puts them in a bowl.

Ashley starts by cutting up the broccolini and zucchini into small, fine pieces and roughly chopping up a handful of fresh basil and rocket leaves

She then heats up a pan to medium heat with a glug of olive oil and sautés the greens with some chopped garlic and the zest of half a lemon

Ashley starts by finely chopping broccolini, zucchini and a handful of fresh basil and rocket leaves then sautés in a pans with garlic and lemon zest

Then she adds some provolone cheese to the mix and crumbles it in. 

Butter two pieces of sourdough bread, then flip them so that the spread is on one side of the sandwich.

After adding grated provolone to one piece of bread, she tops it with her green mixture and season with salt. Finally, she adds the second slice of bread. 

Ashley toasts the sandwich in a skillet on medium heat. Each side should be cooked for three minutes, until it is golden brown.   

She adds crumbled feta and grated provolone cheese to the green mixture and puts it between two slices of bread with some extra cheese

To toast the sandwich, Ashley places it in a pan on medium heat and cooks each side for about three minutes until golden brown

Add crumbled feta, grated provolone cheese, to the green mix. Sandwich it between 2 slices of bread.

Greens and toastie


3 broccolini stalks

1/4 zucchini

A few rockets

Fresh basil leaves 

Start Zesting from Half a Lemon

20g feta cheese, crumbled

A small amount of grated Provolone cheese or other melty cheese

To taste, add salt and freshly cracked pepper

2 slices of sourdough toast

Butter for spreading 

The Method

1. Cut the rocket, broccolini and zucchini finely

2. Heat some olive oil in a large skillet. Add the chopped vegetables and herbs.

3. Add the lemon zest, garlic, and ginger.

4. Sauté on medium heat until vibrant green – roughly 2-3 minutes

5. Take the pan out of the heat and stir in the provolone cheese and crumbledfeta.

6.  Butter 2 slices of sourdough bread, then turn the bread over to ensure the butter is on its outside

7. One slice of bread can be made with a few shredded Provolone, then some green mixture.

8. Heat a fry pan over medium heat. Add the sandwich to it and let cook for approximately 3 minutes per side

9.  Salt and freshly cracked pepper are a good combination.

Source: Gather together and feast 

Ashley green loaded toastie video has attracted thousands of views, comments and likes across her TikTok and Instagram pages with many of her  343,000 followers keen to try the recipe. 

“This sounds and looks amazing!” It is definitely something that I would like to try. One viewer commented. 

‘Oh, I’m going to make this one. You think you can do it with vegan mozzarella? Another thought. 

Yum! This is the kind of food I love. Yum can’t wait to try this!’ A third comment was added.