Apple Grilled Cheese #cheese #desserts #cakes #easy #recipes

Apple Grilled Cheese #cheese #desserts #cakes #easy #recipes

Since fall is here, I have been preparing bunches of flavorful 'fall' plans. I was truly eager to make this Apple Grilled Cheese with heavenly smokey gouda cheddar in light of the fact that in addition to the fact that it is reminiscent of fall, but since it is overly straightforward and scrumptious.

I adore making exquisite sustenance, and this Apple Grilled Cheese is unquestionably that. At the point when fall moves around, I feel like nourishment is so based on apples, pumpkin, cinnamon, and sweet potatoes… as it ought to be. I simply swoon over those things, and fall sustenances satisfy me super. What is your preferred fall nourishment? Is there something you partner with fall?

For this Apple Grilled Cheese sandwich I utilized a smoked gouda cheddar, and it's up to you on the off chance that you utilize smoked or normal. I figure it would be incredible with both, however the smoked gives it this bacon-y punch that is extremely extraordinary. Matching the cheddar and apples is an easy decision (think cheddar plate), yet now you are sandwiching it between two dried up bits of bread. At that point flame broiling it up, you dissolve the cheddar and it moves toward becoming flawlessness.

Apple Grilled Cheese #cheese #desserts #cakes #easy #recipes

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Ingredients :

  • 4 slices of fresh crusty bread I like sourdough!
  • 1 granny smith apple peeled and sliced thinly
  • 6 slices smoked or regular Gouda cheese
  • butter

Instructions :

  1. Heat your skillet over medium heat. Assemble the sandwiches: bread, 1.5 slices cheese, apple slices, 1.5 slices cheese, then top bread. Repeat for second. Butter top slice of bread.
  2. Lay the sandwiches with the buttered bread touching the skillet. Butter the top piece of bread. Place a sandwich press or heavy bottom skillet on top of the sandwiches to press them down. Cook for 3-4 minutes on first side, or until browned. Flip carefully and cook 2-3 minutes on the other side, allowing to brown (careful – second side usually cooks faster).


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