How to Make a Grilled Cheese Sandwich in a George Foreman Grill
The George Foreman grill is one of the best kitchen appliances for someone who is blind or visually impaired. I personally love these things and cook a variety of meals with the ones that we have. It does a great job cooking chicken breasts, pork chops and hamburgers.
George Foreman grills aren't just for meat, they also make awesome grilled cheese sandwiches. Follow these steps and you'll have a great snack in minutes.
- Get out the bread, cheese and a plate to set the sandwich on when you're done.
- Plug in the George Foreman Grill.
- Wait while the grill gets hot.
- Butter one side of each piece of bread if you like to use butter. (This will be the side that is facing outward.)
- Put the cheese between the bread with the non-buttered side touching the cheese.
- Once grill is hot, open it up and put in the sandwich.
- Check on the sandwich every few minutes so it won't burn.
- When the sandwich is browned unplug the grill and let it cool.
- After a minute or so, take out sandwich, put it on a plate and dig in.
- After eating your sandwich, sponge down the cooled grill.
Vary the breads and cheeses to make it more interesting. For example, try Pepper Jack cheese. You could also try adding fruits or veggies. How about the classic grilled cheese with tomatos?