Grilled Cheese in Your Dorm Room

Ingredients: 
(1). Two slices of American Cheese (Paws & Go also sells Colby, which I think would be great)
(2). Two slices of bread (whole wheat or white)
(3). Anything else you’d like to put in it – get creative, grilled cheese is the perfect medium for experimenting
(4). Parkor (or real butter if you can get it- although JP theorized that the 60% vegetable oil in the Parkor added to the crisp)
Supplies:
(1) Iron
(2) Aluminum foil
(3) Ironing board- totally optional, you can do this on your dresser too
Steps:
(1) Spread butter on one side of each slice
(2) Put the cheese down on the not buttered side of one of the pieces of bread
(3) Add any additional, creative fillings
(4) Put the two pieces of bread together with the buttered sides facing out
(5) Fold the aluminum foil “wing-style” (see above)
(6) Place the iron on top of the foil package. I put mine on level 6 out of 7 – the cotton level – because I figured if it irons cotton then it irons cheese (not exactly sure how that logic went now that I think about it).
(7) After two minutes, flip it over and put the iron on the other side
(8) Two minutes later, open your package of goodness and dig in.

8 Comments on “Grilled Cheese in Your Dorm Room”

  1. will gooding says:

    Grilled cheese secret #1: mayo instead of butter (pinky promise, just try it)

  2. […] I'm getting Fooducated. Skip to content HomeDorm CookingGrilled Cheese in Your Dorm RoomHome CookingCinnamon Peaches and Browned-Butter, Pecan […]

  3. […] getting Fooducated. Skip to content HomeDorm CookingGrilled Cheese in Your Dorm RoomReally?Reese’s Stuffed Easy Chocolate Chip CookiesHome CookingAji SauceCheese […]

  4. Steph says:

    this is so clever. You can also cook eggs with an iron!

  5. […] Grilled Cheese in Your Dorm Room […]


Fooducate me by leaving your thoughts!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s