Introduction: Greatest Grilled Cheese Ever

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Ok, i may have exaggerated with the heading, but it is delicious nonetheless

I made this one day when i was hungry and we had some random things in the cupboard.

My first intructable and im only 13, so dont be too harsh with your comments!

Sorry about the pictures. I used my phone :)

Step 1: Ingredients

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You will need;

Bread
Cheese (I used colby, its my favourite)
Parmesan Cheese
Minced Garlic
Sesame Seeds
Parsley Flakes

You can experiment with many different things in the cupboard.

I have also used chives, kraft cheese (the proccesed ones in the packets - REALLY BAD FOR GRILLING), and even chilli powder :) , just to name a few.

Step 2: Your Base

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1. Turn on the grill. Choose a Medium-High setting

2. Prepare your bread. If you like the crusts cut off, cut them off. ITS YOUR BREAD!

3. Cut the cheese (not the fart kind! try to stay on topic)

4. Place your cheese on the bread like shown in the picture

Step 3: Toppings

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5. Open the minced garlic jar and spread

6. Sprinkle Parmesan, Parsley and Sesame Seeds on top, adding as much or as little as you desire

Step 4: In the Grill

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7. If you dont have one already, place a sheet of aluminium foil onto the grill tray

8. Carefully pick up the snacks and place them in the grill

9. Clean up the mess on the bench!

Step 5: Et Voila!

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Once the cheese is golden brown, you can take it out and enjoy your quick, easy and deliciously cheesy snack!

Remember! You can experiment with whatever ingredients you please! That is the great thing about cooking.




Thanks for reading. If you liked my instructable, commenting may pursuade me to make another :)

Comments

onceagain2007 (author)2011-10-20

Nice instructable; looks delicious and will give it a try. You have a great sense of humor for a 13 year old - very funny and I love your comment: 'IT'S YOUR BREAD!' Have you had your preference for crustless sandwiches challenged? Just tell them to wait until you live on your own, then you can cut the crust off to your heart's desire - that'll show 'em!.

As for using your phone's camera - it did make for some interesting neck twisting and bending, but I considered it aerobics that entitled me to a slice of your delicious recipe!

djain4 (author)2011-07-21

i found this really really nice!!! easy n delicious!!

FuzzyCookie (author)2010-09-20

Sounds quite simple yet awesome. gotta try it soon :D

cheers.. for sharing this :D

rayalecha (author)2009-11-09

 It looks very yummy, must get it in my tummy. Only then will I see, if it's the snack for me. A camera is what you require, why not go out and hire?

lexoanvil (author)2009-02-28

Looks great i don't have have an oven in my dorms but as soon as spring break hits ill be sure to try this. keep on posting more.

Logan Cade (author)2008-10-16

if you toast it on a griddle first, try mayo instead of butter or margarine...it's super crunchy and tasty!

guitarman63mm (author)2008-09-25

I've always used real block cheese, grated, on white in an iron skillet. The iron skillet is really what makes the difference in mine (and using REAL butter, not some margarine crap) With some tomato soup, it's a match made in heaven!

NeonLime (author)2008-07-04

Munster cheese is the best for grilled cheese

jimmy bobb (author)NeonLime2008-07-12

is it from Munster

haz6sic6 (author)NeonLime2008-07-07

never heard of it

starshipminivan (author)2008-07-01

Looks yummy! I love grilled cheese done on an actual grill rather than a frying pan. You should enter this in the BBQ PDQ contest.

haz6sic6 (author)starshipminivan2008-07-01

thanks for the comment. i didnt know there was a bbq contest going on right now, so thanks for the heads up. vote for me! i really need an apron and tshirt...

Reverend Dan (author)2008-07-01

Looks good, will give it a go. Normally I add Parsley, Oregano lots of black pepper then Worcestershire sauce or Tabasco. This is all on top of at least a 4/5 strength good quality Cheddar

haz6sic6 (author)Reverend Dan2008-07-01

yeah, tabasco is good to give it a zing! i havent tried worstershire, though :)

The Lance Armstrong (author)2008-07-01

Well done and if you were to slightly toast the bread first it would give you a nice crisp texture.

yeah, i've been thinking of doing this to give it a little extra crunch

Mr. Rig It (author)2008-07-01

Looks great. Congratulations you made cheese garlic bread and I bet it tasted fantastic. Good job with your first instructable!

bigwhitebear18 (author)2008-07-01

looks good. I'd butter the other side of the bread for maximum deliciousness. great first instructable.

=SMART= (author)bigwhitebear182008-07-01

Yea mee too :P

Mark_in_Hollywood (author)2008-07-01

I add that this is a Nice Instructable as the addition of more than bread and cheese, butter and mustard is News to me!

smheath (author)2008-07-01

I've never seen white Colby, where do you get it?

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