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How to Make Better Grilled Cheese

4 Ways to Take your Grilled Cheese to the Next Level

If you have a deep relationship and obsession with grilled cheese, then don’t worry, because we totally get you. Your secret is safe with us, because hey, who is not obsessed with grilled cheese anyway? Just thinking about the mozzarella cheese stringing as soon as you bite on that amazing sandwich will automatically make you drool all over!

If you think you cannot amp up your grilled cheese game, then you definitely are wrong. In fact, today, we will give you a couple of tips on how to make your grilled cheese a lot better than usual! It does not matter if you are using Wisconsin gouda cheese, provolone, or good old mozzarella, these tips are definitely worth giving a shot!

How to Make Better Grilled Cheese


Add a Scoop of Mayonnaise

Grab a spoonful of good old mayo and spread it evenly on the bread before grilling it. This will make the bread extra crunchy, making the grilled cheese even more sumptuous than ever!

If you are quite conscious about your caloric intake, then opt for mayonnaise that has less fat instead.

Use Parmesan Cheese

You can use parmesan cheese not as the main cheese ingredient, but as a topping for your grilled cheese. You can sprinkle the parm on top of the mayo to take the crispiness to a whole new level. The parmesan will caramelize on the bread along with the mayo and the main cheese of your preference, making the sandwich ultra tasty and crunchy!

Also, the additional flavor provided by the parmesan cheese will make the sandwich even tastier than usual.

If you have a deep relationship and obsession with grilled cheese, then don't worry, because we totally get you. Your secret is safe with us, because hey, who is not obsessed with grilled cheese anyway? Just thinking about the mozzarella cheese stringing as soon as you bite on that amazing sandwich will automatically make you drool all over! If you think you cannot amp up your grilled cheese game, then you definitely are wrong. In fact, today, we will give you a couple of tips on how to make your grilled cheese a lot better than usual! It does not matter if you are using Wisconsin gouda cheese, provolone, or good old mozzarella, these tips are definitely worth giving a shot! Add a Scoop of Mayonnaise Grab a spoonful of good old mayo and spread it evenly on the bread before grilling it. This will make the bread extra crunchy, making the grilled cheese even more sumptuous than ever! If you are quite conscious about your caloric intake, then opt for mayonnaise that has less fat instead. Use Parmesan Cheese You can use parmesan cheese not as the main cheese ingredient, but as a topping for your grilled cheese. You can sprinkle the parm on top of the mayo to take the crispiness to a whole new level. The parmesan will caramelize on the bread along with the mayo and the main cheese of your preference, making the sandwich ultra tasty and crunchy! Also, the additional flavor provided by the parmesan cheese will make the sandwich even tastier than usual.  Whip Up Tomato Soup with Croutons What's the best accompaniment to grilled cheese, you ask? The answer to this is tomato soup, of course. The tanginess of the soup balances the creaminess of the cheese, so you'd want more of both once you take a bite of each! Another way to take your grilled cheese and/or your tomato soup to a whole new level is to add grilled cheese croutons to the tomato soup. You can simply cut your grilled cheese into small bite-sized square pieces after cooking it and simply put it into the soup. The cheese along with the soup will taste heavenly! Opt for Yellow Cheddar for a Lot More Crisp If the crisp from the mayo is not enough for you, then go ahead and add yellow cheddar into the mix. Coat the outside of the bread on yellow cheddar then fry or grill it right away. Do not go for white cheddar, as yellow cheddar is a much better choice if you really are looking for that additional crisp. It might not be elegant to look at, but the taste will have you feeling happy and warm inside! Always use a cast-iron griddle when frying or cooking your grilled cheese. This will make flipping the sandwich over easier, making you avoid cooking disasters. When it comes to choosing the main cheese for the sandwich, it's all up to your taste. Mozzarella might be the most famous choice, but you should go ahead and explore to discover what you really like.

Whip Up Tomato Soup with Croutons

What’s the best accompaniment to grilled cheese, you ask? The answer to this is tomato soup, of course. The tanginess of the soup balances the creaminess of the cheese, so you’d want more of both once you take a bite of each!

Another way to take your grilled cheese and/or your tomato soup to a whole new level is to add grilled cheese croutons to the tomato soup. You can simply cut your grilled cheese into small bite-sized square pieces after cooking it and simply put it into the soup. The cheese along with the soup will taste heavenly!

Opt for Yellow Cheddar for a Lot More Crisp

If the crisp from the mayo is not enough for you, then go ahead and add yellow cheddar into the mix. Coat the outside of the bread on yellow cheddar then fry or grill it right away. Do not go for white cheddar, as yellow cheddar is a much better choice if you really are looking for that additional crisp.

It might not be elegant to look at, but the taste will have you feeling happy and warm inside!

Always use a cast-iron griddle when frying or cooking your grilled cheese. This will make flipping the sandwich over easier, making you avoid cooking disasters. When it comes to choosing the main cheese for the sandwich, it’s all up to your taste. Mozzarella might be the most famous choice, but you should go ahead and explore to discover what you really like.

4 Ways to Take your Grilled Cheese to the Next Level

 

Heidi Gray

Money saving Mom/Nan (Grandma) of 1, who loves to travel, cook, and of course spend time with family. Fun.Travel.Food not necessarily in that order serving Missouri and beyond!

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