Famous Ways of Making the Best Ever Grilled Cheese Sandwiches or Toasts Part -7

From our Experts at The Best Bakery in Ahmedabad, Café Upper’s kitchen,  a mischievous and delightful something to make for your kids to have a bite of during supper or hunger pangs between meals. Our Unique Multi-Part Series bring to you the famous ways of making the best ever Grilled Cheese Sandwiches or Toasts with unique spreads and flavours from around the world! Even for your kids’ tiffin boxes for their break-hour at school! From the ovens of Café Upper Crust, a nifty recipe for replenishing your kids tummies — at school or at home! Let us begin with the 50 Grilled Cheese Dishes for the quickest, easiest to make snack ever!

Ingredients

Core Ingredients:

  • Sandwich bread or any bread as you wish
  • Cheese as specified in the Sandwich recipe
  • Ketchup or Sauce – such as 
    • Mustard Sauce
    • Tobacco
    • Chilly garlic
    • Etc.

Basic Method: 

How to make grilled cheese:

  1. Heat 1 tablespoon salted butter in a cast-iron or nonstick skillet over medium-low heat.
  2. Press the sandwich slightly and place it in the skillet. Cook until golden on the bottom, 3 to 5 minutes.
  3. Flip, adding more butter to the pan if needed, and cook until the other side is golden and the cheese melts, 3 to 5 more minutes.

Types of Grilled Cheese Dishes: 

  1. Muffuletta: 

Make Cajun Grilled Cheese (No. 18), adding 1 tablespoon deli olive salad between the cheese.

  1. Roasted Tomato: 

Toss 4 halved plum tomatoes with 1 tablespoon olive oil, and thyme, salt and pepper to taste. Roast at 350 degrees F, 1 hour; mash. Spread 2 slices sourdough bread with one-quarter of the tomato mixture and sandwich with 2 slices cheddar. Cook, flipping once, until golden. (Use the remaining tomato mixture for more sandwiches.)

  1. Blue Cheese and Onion: 

Sandwich 2 slices marble rye bread with 1 slice each muenster and soft blue cheese, some caramelized onions and another slice of muenster. Cook, flipping once, until golden.

Disclaimer: Our Recipes are aimed to provide a healthy guide to making oven or dessert items within the comfort & ease of your home kitchens. Such cooking results may differ from those results of professional chefs’ practices & recipes. These recipes may or may not be available at our eatery outlets, at the time of posting these blogs.

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