Toasted Cheese (was: Book IDs (a longish delurk))
kp027 at energex.com.au
Tue Feb 1 16:48:55 EST 2000
> I bought a sandwich toaster not too long ago, but I seldom
> use it. It doesn't
> seal the sandwiches well, and the cheese goes all over the
> place. Sometime I
> will try grilling two slices of toasted cheese, and then
> sandwiching them, to
> see if this makes a good "grilled cheese sandwich", but I'd
> welcome suggestions
> from the experts ;-)
I'd recommend a jaffle iron. It squishes the bread together like a toasted
sandwich maker and has a big long handle, becuase it is meant to be put in
the flames (a gas burner or wood). We used one camping last month and it
made some delicious sandwiches. A bit black, but that's part of the fun!
And for under the grill I love cheese on toast with bacon. But only with
the secret ingredient! Which is just a touch of Vegemite on the bread.
For more traditional cheese sandwiched done in a frying pan, my Mum taught
me to butter the bread - but on the outside of the sandwich - stops it
who likes toasted cheese a lot
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