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The Lunch Lady Grilled Cheese

The Lunch Lady Grilled Cheese

Review Overview

ease of preparation and cooking
10
availability of ingredients
10
specialized cooking utensils required
8.5

Crunchy Gooey Fun

To me grilled cheese is about the contrast between the gooey interior and the crunchy exterior. This recipe is more about method vs. ingredients but feel free to make it as suggested...

The Lunch Lady Grilled Cheese
 
Serves: 2 sandwiches
Ingredients
  • 4 slices of your favorite bread...I love a wheat berry.
  • 2 T butter or spread or mayonnaise but pick mayonnaise last.
  • 2 slices of Havarti cheese ( cracker barrel sliced)
  • 2 slices of white cheddar cheese
  • 1 oz grated Romano cheese
  • Siracha Hot Sauce to taste
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 425
  2. Line a sheet pan with parchment
  3. Spread butter or spread on each slice of bread using ½ T per slice.
  4. Lay one slice of buttered bread, butter side down and spread the other side with Siracha then layer Havarti, Romano then cheddar.
  5. Spread a second coat of Siracha on the white cheddar to cover and place the remaining slices of Butter bread butter side up on top of sandwich.
  6. Place in over on middle upper rack and bake for 5 minutes.
  7. Turn sandwiches over and rotate. ( move the sandwiches to a hot part of the parchment)
  8. Cook for 5 additional minutes.
  9. Remove from oven and cool slightly on a rack. Here is where most sandwiches go wrong.
  10. DON'T PUT YOUR SANDWICH ON A PLATE! The heat of the sandwich will create steam under the slice of bread and make for a soggy side. That is bad...
  11. Once the sandwich has cooled sufficiently to eat... do so.

 

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Review Overview

ease of preparation and cooking
10
availability of ingredients
10
specialized cooking utensils required
8.5

Crunchy Gooey Fun

To me grilled cheese is about the contrast between the gooey interior and the crunchy exterior. This recipe is more about method vs. ingredients but feel free to make it as suggested...

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