grilled cheese

Adult Grilled Cheeses

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What you need:

  • Freshly diced jalapeños 
  • Freshly diced tomatoes
  • American cheese slices
  • Bread (I used whole oat)
  • Margarine

I discovered these “adult grilled cheeses” at a fancy wedding I attended and had to give them a shot at home!  

Let’s get to cookin:

It’s pretty straight forward. Dice up a couple jalapeños ( De-seed, and be careful cause I got a hot bunch and my hands are still on fire). It’s the uncooked seeds that have the hot capsaicin!). Dice a couple Roma tomatoes. Butter the bread with margarine. Grill it up with cheese first then jalapeños and tomatoes. Serve with a nice soup. 


Enjoy 😂



Easy Au Jus Dipped Roast Beef and Melty Cheese Subs

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What you need:

  • About 1 lb of med rare to rare deli cut roast beef
  • Hoagie buns
  • Swiss cheese and/or muenster cheese ( I use both) or pick another favorite cheese. I also like Sharp Cheddar, Smoked Cheddar the list could go on and on..
  • 1 package french onion soup ( I used Lipton)

Let’s get started, it’s super easy

Butter the hoagie rolls and toast on high heat until nice and golden. (I used an electric skillet but you can use the broiler just as easy). 

In the meantime cook the onion soup per the box but use only 1/2 as much water ( This gives it a stronger flavor). 

Once your toasted hoagie buns are done pile on the roast beef evenly. Throw on your favorite cheeses ( Baby Swiss is always a safe bet I usually add Swiss and Muenster or Swiss and Sharp Cheddar or simply Smokey Chedder).  Broil until the cheese is melty and your done.  Broiling is the reason I say get medium to rare roast beef because the broiler actually cooks it a bit and I don’t like over cooked anything!    Enjoy:

Dip the subs into the onion soup as Au jus (trust me on this one) and enjoy!

I served it with some dill pickles, french onion sour cream dip and chips.  

Just as a side note I do use Lipton cause I have tried others and they just don’t compare.