Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Grilled Cheeses with Apple

Day 1, Dog-Sitting, Dinner:
I realize there is no meat other than cold cuts. Sadness. So instead I whip up some comfort food: a sandwich made with a duo of classic cheeses found in every American kitchen and the ever present apple. Melt it to gooey perfection. Who's homesick?

serves 1

2 slices of bread (I had whole wheat)
2 slices American cheese
2 slices provolone
1/2 small apple, sliced thin
1 t. creamy honey
1 t. vidalia onion dressing (I had America's Choice)
olive oil*
*note: I am saying olive oil although as of today I cannot find their olive oil and had to make mine with butter. But olive oil would be better.

  1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees F.

  2. Lay two slices of American cheese out to cover a slice of bread. Lay apple slices on top. Put two slices of provolone on top of apple slices.

  3. Spread creamy honey and then vidalia dressing on one side of the other piece of bread. Place that side against the cheese.

  4. Heat up some oil in a pan. When it gets hot enough put sandwich in pan. When one side is lightly golden, flip the sandwich over, give it a minute, then place it in the oven.

  5. Let bake in the oven for 5 to 10 minutes, or until the cheese is fully melted.

  6. Enjoy.

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