Perfect Grilled Cheese Sandwich in 5 Minutes


Few things are simpler than a grilled cheese sandwich. How can something so easy and fast taste so darn delicious? I blame the butter. Just a schmear of butter goes a long way in making the perfect grilled cheese sandwich.

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Here are a few quick tips to perfecting the art of grilled cheese sandwiches: use an excellent pan, and don’t allow the pan to get too sizzlin’ hot. To specify, I mean use a heavy bottom cast iron pan, if you got one. Stainless steel or nonstick pans will work fine, too. Just note that the real secret is in the temperature of the pan — medium heat is just perfect for simultaneously creating a golden brown exterior and making the cheese so ooey gooey and melty.

Here’s what you need:


Plain ol’ white bread. American cheese (is da best). Butter. Don’t forget to get a skillet preheating over medium-high heat on the stove.


Unwrap the cheese onto one slice of bread. Nice.


I like pepper. Do you like pepper? Pepper is good. bueno. excelente. Sprinkle some on top of the cheese.


Maniacally slap the other piece of bread on top of the cheese and stare at it for a few seconds. This beauty needs some buttah.


1 tablespoon is enough for one sandwich. Mash the butter around to soften it, if you must.


Apply liberally and evenly with 1/2 tablespoon of butter.


Place the buttered side down onto the pan and enjoy the gentle sizzle sound. I kind of want to create a Facebook group to unite those who enjoy “The Sound Butter Makes When it Hits a Hot Pan.”


Finish buttering up the half-naked sandwich with more buttah.


Cook the first side for 2 minutes. No more, no less… unless your stove is really weak or too hot. Just check for doneness, and flip the sandwich when the first side looks like this. NOM. Cook the other side til it looks like that.


I like the crust, so I’m keepin’ it on. Feel free to cut it off like how Walter White and Krazy 8 do. #breakingbad #ilovethatshow


Serve it on a red basket with checkered paper, if you have any. I thought they were too adorable to pass up at the store. Enjoy!

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