Grilled Ches

Last night I had the best grilled cheese of my entire life. Granted, up to the time I was in college, I thought grilled cheese
could only consist of the gross orange slice wrapped in plastic. Therefore, I never ate it because I hate that cheese and it
never crossed my mind that you could possibly use a different type of cheese. A few weeks ago I whipped up a grilled cheese
with pepper jack, tomato, and onion. Omg. I die. It was so good. But this one is dare I say better than that. And
I love pepper jack way more than mozzarella so that’s saying something. And it’s SO simple, as all grilled cheese should
be. I made dinner in literally 10 minutes. After tasting it, I asked Kevin if it was better than the gross orange cheese….and
he shrugged. Kevin has the palate of a 5 year old. Don’t listen to him. I almost made it for breakfast the next morning for

I’m not going to even bother typing out the ingredients and directions because it is so easy. First, you head your skillet or
griddle to medium heat. Then butter up one side of each slice of bread. Butter is crucial. It makes the bread golden brown
and crunchy and delicious and why deprive yourself of golden brown crunchy deliciousness? Slice some fresh mozzarella
and layer it on the non-buttered side of a piece of bread. Spread 1 tablespoon of pesto on top of the cheese, and put the bread
buttered side down onto the hot grill. Add the other piece of bread on top. Cook for a few minutes until the bottom is golden
brown and then flip it. Then cook until the cheese is melty and delicious. If using a Griddler or something similar, just put
the top of the griddler down and both sides cook at once! Amazing! I served this with some canned soup for a super quick
meal and it was so satisfying.

Oh dear

Oh my

Grilled Cheese Heaven

Recipe from Simply Scratch


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