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America's Favorite Grilled Cheese Sandwich

America's Favorite Grilled Cheese Sandwich recipe
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America's Favorite Grilled Cheese Sandwich is also its easiest and most basic—nothing but bread, butter and cheese, grilled to golden perfection.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
1 serving
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posted:
2/19/2008
We Love these! And with Velveeta and tomato soup always!! :)
posted:
2/18/2008
I always make this with a simple change, after buttering bread, sprinkle some Garlic salt on the butter.. I kid you not... ITS SOO MUCH BETTER
posted:
1/29/2008
This a favorite of my Family from way back..with the exception that you spread a layer of brown sugar between the 2 slices of cheese. Its wonderful!
posted:
1/28/2008
Made this a million times over the years. BUT, try with 2 different cheeses, or a slice of ham or bologna, or thin slice of tomato or fried bacon strip. (Enjoy reading the reviews and many times helps me to decide on whether or not I try a recipe.)
posted:
1/26/2008
I'm sure I have made this sandwich 1,000 times. Always with "Old English", now known as KRAFT Cheddar. Cheddar makes it Better!
posted:
1/25/2008
I can't believe this had to be written out as a recipe. Doesn't everyone already know how to make this one? It IS always good but have you tried dipping it into tomato soup? It's delicious and how I always serve it.
posted:
1/24/2008
We like Velveeta better.
posted:
1/24/2008
I love this too! so easy to make. And yet, it taste sooo good! Sometimes I pour maple syrup on it, Taste even greater!
posted:
1/23/2008
Grilled cheese is awesome, but I can't believe they actually put a recipe for it on here! Scary.
posted:
1/23/2008
Try using mayo instead of butter. Gives it a little more zip and it tastes good too.
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