How to Make the Best Grilled Cheese.

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About: I like to draw, play my guitar, play sports, even though im kinda lazy. I'd like to think that i'm good at a lot of stuff, but you can decide.

Hungry? Dont want the hassle of ordering pizza and waiting while you stomach groans as if telling you to eat your keyboard? Well, help is HERE!!! Make a satisfying grilled cheese and tell hunger to leave. Serve with some iced tea and this makes a great lunch. Your kids will love it too!

supplies:
bread. i reccomend whole wheat.
cheese. any kind will do.
serrated knife.
plate.
grilled chese maker/ panini press/ mini george foreman grill.

optional items-
iced tea
glass
tomato
dried herbs
salt
olive oil.
small bowl.

Supplies:

Step 1: Wash Tomato.

run tomato under water and rub. stop when satisfied.

Step 2: Cut

cut the tomato into slices, and take the seeds out if you want.

Step 3: Season It!

take the dried herbs, im using oregano and basil, the salt, and the olive oil. put some of the olive oil, basil(dried herbs) and a little bit of salt.

the picture is the finishe tomato product. now set them aside.

Step 4: Watch Your Fingers.

cut the cheese into rectangles.

Step 5: Take the Crusts Off

take those darned crusts off.

Step 6: Place the Cheese...

put the cheese on the bread. arrange it so it covers one piece.

Step 7: Add Tomatoes...

add those seasoned tomatoes.

Step 8: Put Some More Cheese

cut one more peice of cheese and break it into smaller bits. place those bits on top of the tomatoes. cut another piece if nessecary.

Step 9: Place Anything Else You Want.

put chicken, or whatever.

Step 10: Plug It In... Plug It In...

plug the grilled cheese maker/ george foreman grill/ panini press/ waffle maker in.(yes, ive done this with a waffle maker)

Step 11: Put Next Slice And...

put the next slice of bread on. and put the sandwich onto the heat source.

Step 12: Let It Melt and Warm Up...finished!

let it grill...mmm...smells so good. After afew minutes, take it out with a spatula and pour that iced tea. finished!!!! :D eat, or store it for later and heat it up in the microwave. but rust me, the are best fresh.


tip:let the tomatoes sit for a few hours, maybe overnight. but in the fridge.

yay! my first instuctable is finished. sorry for the bad photos, i took pictures with my moms phone. please give comments and constructive criticism. i want to know what i did wrong. rate it if it was a good snack!

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    WayneA13

    3 years ago

    Grilled cheese sandwiches have to have butter (or margarine) on the outer crusts before grilling. I melt a small amount in the skillet then grill the sandwich.

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    tralphas

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I just put a slice of velveta cheese and some Miracle Whip (not mayo) between 2 slices of bread, butter the outside of the bread and grill in a cast iron skillet.  add a dill pickle and some chips on the side.......heaven.

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    highoncatnip

    10 years ago on Introduction

    if you really like grilled cheese try a peanut butter and chedder grilled cheese. trust me once you try it you will be addicted to its gooey goodness

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    piks

    10 years ago on Introduction

    America, have you never heard of a toastie? Same recipe, but you butter the outside of the bread. It might not be as healthy, but it will taste much better. You can do this in a normal grill, I think you call this broiling. Someone help me here... what is broiling? If you put something under a grill, it's grilling, if you boil something it's boiling, what is broiling?????????

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    lawizegpiks

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    That's what you do for a normal grilled cheese in a pan, but i don't know how to do that.

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    Eutychus82lawizeg

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    no, broiling is when you just heat from the top of an oven; it heats faster than baking, but there is little or no heat underneath; if you put your oven on broil, you can see; also, since it is hotter than baking, you need to leave the oven door cracked open; closest thing to grilling without a grill, for the most part

    Oh sorry I was falling asleep when I wrote the comment but I make them all the time now but it wasn't caps now that I'm looking at it ??? but again I thank you for this wonderful grilled cheese it is amazing how something so simple is so good keep up the good work.

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    ren7624

    11 years ago on Introduction

    dude u should be on a cooking show you are GOD in cooking i tried the sandwich exactly how u said to make it and it was awesome nice instructable

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    jessyratfink

    10 years ago on Introduction

    The best grilled cheese is the one you eat with a dill pickle. Take a bite of the grilled cheese, and then a bite of the pickle. It's a party in your mouth, guaranteed!

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    nightninja87

    10 years ago on Introduction

    grate cheese instead for a very nice melting and toast the inside part first friend told me that secret makes nice grilled cheese thank you georgeforman for a nice panni press=]

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    Ushanka

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Oh man that sounds delicious. I have my own way of making the greatest grilled cheese sandwich of all time. It has bacon inside of it. That's really all there is to it. Mmm, bacon.

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    OH AND I REALLY REALLY REALLY RECOMEND USING OLIVE OIL IT TASTE BETTER AND MAKES IT CRUNCHIER BUT IF U LIIKE YOURS SAWGY

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