How to Cook a Chopped Cheese Sandwich




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Intro: How to Cook a Chopped Cheese Sandwich

Chopped Cheese Sandwich started out in the Bronx and Harlem, chopped burger with cheese melted on top with a hero roll.

I couldn’t find a hero roll so please forgive me that one.

It’s not the prettiest sandwich but damn it’s good!

Step 1: To Start Place a Pan or Your Grill Over Medium to High Heat.

Add some oil before adding 1 sliced onion.

Cook the onion until it begins to soften and go translucent.

Move the onion to one side.

Step 2: Place Two Burger Patties in the Centre of the Pan.

Season with salt and pepper.

Once the bottom of the patties is nicely seared, start chopping them up using a burger flipper.

Chop them up into smaller and smaller pieces.

Place the onions on top

Step 3: Next, Cut Your Roll So It Can Layout Flat.

Butter the roll and toast.

Step 4: Place Two Slices of Cheese on Top.

I know they’ll be comment yelling at me for using American Cheese but I’ll tell you this, nothing melts like American cheese and much like a burger we want the cheese to cling to the meat and hold it all together.

Step 5: Your Roll Should Be Toasted.

Now to make the sandwich, add a layer of mayo on the bottom.

A layer of ketchup on the top.

Followed by some iceberg lettuce.

A couple of slices of tomato.

Finally, the chopped cheese.

Step 6: There You Have It! a Chopped Cheese Sandwich!

It’s not the prettiest sandwich but damn it’s good!



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    3 Discussions


    8 months ago

    YUM! That looks so good!

    Penolopy Bulnick

    8 months ago

    Sounds like my kind a way to eat a burger! Probably a stupid question, but could you just use any regular ground beef instead of a burger or would the results be different?

    1 reply
    John deCauxPenolopy Bulnick

    Reply 8 months ago

    I'm pretty sure you can use any ground beef, just form it into a rough patty so you get the nice browning on the bottom ;)