It’s Grilled Cheese Day! Hooray for grilled cheese!
I’m celebrating by making the most cheesiest grilled cheese there is.
But before we get to the deets, let me bring you this puzzler:
At what point does a grilled cheese stop being a grilled cheese and become a grilled sandwich? I mean, is cheese the only requisite for the moniker of grilled cheese regardless of the number of additional ingredients added? Or is there some magical threshold where the number of added ingredients outweighs the amount of cheese and becomes a grilled sandwich? I dunno, these are the weird things I contemplate sometimes.
Anyhow, I decided that for grilled cheese day, I’d be a grilled cheese purist and have only bread and cheese. Lots and lots of cheese.
I decided to go with three (well technically four) cheeses (mozzarella, muenster, & cheddar-jack). Then, to really up the ante, I also added a healthy smear of alfredo sauce, because NOM!
This is served up with a yummy bowl of tomato soup to balance out all the cheese and carbs!
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Quadruple Grilled Cheese
2 Slices Soft & Chewy Italian Bread
¼ tsp garlic powder
1-2 tbsp alfredo sauce
1 slice Muenster cheese
1 slice cheddar jack cheese
1 slice mozzarella cheese
Heat a skillet over medium-low heat.
Butter one side of each slice of bread and sprinkle with garlic powder.
Spread the alfredo sauce on the other side of the bread slices. Top one slice (butter side down) with the muenster, cheddar jack, and mozzarella. Top with the remaining slice of bread (butter side up).
Place the sandwich in the preheated skillet and cook until the bread is golden brown and the chees is beginning to melt. Flip and cook until the other side is golden brown and the cheese is fully melted.
Serve with a side of tomato soup.