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How many slices of cheese for a perfect grilled cheese?
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>>9692082
4
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>>9692082
9
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>slices
>not using shredded
Plebs are going to pleb.
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357
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>>9692082
Two, unless they are thin slices, then you may need 4. Always slice your own cheese.
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>Grilled cheese
Americans continue to surprise me with the gross foods they eat
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>>9692082
i used 1 slice of smoked provolone and 1 slice of american """cheese"""
turned out pretty good
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>>9692116
Don't be stupid. Every country full of whites has some kind of hot and cold cheese sandwich. Stop baiting.
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>>9692116
>gross
...it's cheese and bread
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>>9692105
shredded is shit
dispersal of the cheese is not uniform so some segments of the sandwich interior will have less cheese and orovid a less satisfying bite.
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Enough to completely cover the bread. For standard sized bread, this means one slice per side. The bread I've been buying recently is wider so I use 1.5 slices per side.
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>>9692185
We don't all have cerebral palsy so it isn't an issue.
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I always use three slices. Two isn't enough for me, and but I tried four once and it didn't cook all the way through so I was left with unmelted cheese in the center.
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>>9692259
Could always cook it in a toaster oven.
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>>9692082
Jesus Christ. Can we have one day without shills from the cheese industry (((subtly))) trying to get us to buy their damn cheese. If I see one more happy cows come from california I will fuck my own ass. By the way if you must know, 5 slices is best. Muenster and mozerela.
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I prefer raclette on top of toasted bread
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>>9692278
>five slices
For 3 sandwhiches?
That shit would be leaking out all sides at three or more unless you're using massive bread.
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>>9692317
Whatever you say pal. Cheese melts are what I do. And I use the microwave, nothing spills out.
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>>9692308
cheese looks rubbery and nasty moments after it is poured.
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>>9692109
>not 44
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2 is all that's necessary
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>>9692082
Quanto basta.
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>>9692082
2 slices of american. Then a healthy pile of sharp cheddar. Serve with a pickle and cheetos/chips, or tomato bisque/soup.
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3 or 4. Usually 3. Depends on the size of the bread.
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>>9692339
your penis looks rubbery and nasty moments after it is poured
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>>9692082
If I'm using singles, usually 2.5 fit the bread I use the best. Sometimes Cheese Whiz.

fyi there is nothing worse than a grilled cheese with too much cheese
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>>9692082

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlTCkNkfmRY
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>>9692082
>slices
pppppPPPPFFFFTTT HAHAHAHAHAHA
You'll never make a perfect grilled cheese with SLICES
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>grilled cheese sandwich
>never goes near a grill
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2 slices of provolone with sliced tomato in between.
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>>9692783
https://recipes.howstuffworks.com/history-of-grilled-cheese.htm
InB4 TLDR. You can gently grill 'grilled cheese', or griddle it which is usually on the grill-line of a kitchen, or place iron on the grill to toast it on, or even use a fucking blow-torch. It's a cheese-sandwich regardless of how you heat it. Grilled cheese just sounds more appetizing than clothing-iron cheese.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxu75V4HHAk
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1 slice you fat degenerates
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>>9692837
Only if it's a thick slice of cheese. Otherwise you're eating way more bread than cheese, which is just stupid.
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>>9692082

you dont fucking use ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''CHEESE'''''''''''''''' SLICES


Use red leicester/sharp cheddar mix - additionally use gruyere/red leicester instead.


even some cheap shitty poundland pepper jack is better than that processed dairy shet.
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>>9692861
I use 100 day old Gouda personally.
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>>9692082
The whole block
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The real question, what do you spread on the bread before tossing it in the pan?

I know butter is the most normal way, but I've seen and tried mayo as well. What other things?
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>>9692105
Why would I waste time shredding Kraft singles?
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Needs thick sliced ham
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>>9694592
Duck fat.
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>>9694592
>mayo
I don't get this meme. I tried doing this for the first time the other day, it just made the bread soggy, and did not add any flavor.
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>>9694854
It is suppose to give it a crispier crunch than regular butter. Never tried it.

Grilled cheese goes good with jalapenos on it.
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>>9694854
Use less mayo. The butter soaks into the bread and makes it dense and oily, a light spread of mayo makes it crisper bread while not adding too much of the taste
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>>9692082
The first thing you need is actual cheese, not fucking Plastic Singles
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>>9694876
>The butter soaks into the bread and makes it dense and oily
Use less butter. Mayo has egg which tastes bad IMO when it gets browned.

I think the mayo thing is just for people who don't have softened butter to spread, but if that's the case you can just rub a little butter on the heated pan before putting the sandwich in. And if you use medium-low heat to give it enough time to brown and crisp up, it gets just as crispy as using mayo.
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>>9692350
>not 38
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>>9692082
I prefer to use y slices of pepper jack cheese, 3 slices of cheddar, 4 string cheese cheese melted, and I like to top it off with half a slice of Swiss cheese
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>>9694869
>>9694876
>butter both sides of the bread
>grill both sides of the bread before putting cheese on
>get both crispy bread and delicious butter flavor
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>>9692082
1 1/2. put the whole slice in one corner and divide the 1/2 slice in 2 and fill up the rest of the bread still showing. depends on the type of bread you use. I use just regular old white bread and American cheese.
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I just cook two slices of toast in the toaster, put some cheese between the two pieces and then microwave it on high for about 20 seconds.

Turns out perfect and you don't dirty any fry pans.
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>>9695823
Idiot.
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>>9692339
I agree, it looked like anime cum.
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>>9696812
I'd take some steaming anime cum in my mouth
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>>9692861
I tried the gruyere meme. Smelled and tasted like feet. Red Leicester was nice, though.
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>>9692332
>cheese melts are what i do
>microwave
you dont do a lot, do you
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>>9692116
>Fox and the grapes

Sorry you can't afford cheese and bread.
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>He doesn't put a little shredded cheese on the outside of the bread so it gets all crispy
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How add garlic clove to grill cheese
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>>9698549
Mince and dry or toast slightly before sprinkling over.

Or mash in a mortar and spread on the bread before toasting or grilling, beneath the cheese of course.
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>>9698558
Not him, but I'm going to try this now.
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Muenster
Colby
Cheddar or Mozz
garlic sprinkle on buttered outside

make sure to mix the cheeses, not just 3 layers
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>>9699190
forgot to mention, use a dense bread. something where even a small end slice weighs more than 2 Wonderbread slices
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>>9692116
We have them in Europe and elsewhere too, but called grilled cheese paninis. A bit different since the bread is usually more dense and kraft singles aren't usually the cheese of choice but it's still toasted bread and cheese.
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>>9698549
Make roasted garlic. Basically bake a bunch of peeled cloves in olive oil. The cloves become spreadable.
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>>9698558
>>9699205
Thanks frens will try
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>>9692105
how do you shred american cheese?
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>>9692308
Real raclette grills are infinitely superior since you can get the cheese a little crispy on top and grill veggies/meats on top while you wait. Can get them for well under $50 on amazon.
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>>9692082

Use 2 slices. 1 should be a hard, sharp cheese like cheddar or asiago. The other should be a soft mild cheese like mozarella, Havarti, American (cheese product) or cream "cheese."
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One is plenty.
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>>9692082
2 is optimal.
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>>9692116
>most likely comes from a country where they eat shit like haggis
>has the audacity to call anyone else's food gross




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