12 Ways to Grill Your Cheese
April is National Grilled Cheese Month, so if you haven’t yet had a chance to celebrate America’s favorite cheesy sandwich, here are some non-traditional combinations to help you get the grilled cheese party started. Of course, we here at Brit gave you grilled cheese kabobs, heart-shaped grilled cheese and tomato soup, and grilled cheese croutons, but Jaymee Sire from eisforeat.com shares with us some of her favorites from around the food blogosphere.
4. Green Bean Casserole Grilled Cheese Sliders: Your favorite Thanksgiving side dish takes on grilled cheese form with the help of some mushroom brie and fried shallots. (Recipe and photo: e is for eat)
8. Caprese Salad Grilled Cheese: We already know grilled cheese and tomatoes make a perfect pair… how about combining it with another cheese & tomato favorite: Caprese salad? (Recipe and photo: Yammie’s Noshery)
9. Corned Beef Grilled Cheese with Guinness Caramelized Onions: Using beer in food recipes is nothing new on Brit. This one would be perfect for St. Paddy’s Day! (Recipe and photo: Closet Cooking)
11. Apple Cinnamon Swirl Grilled Cheese: Complete your grilled cheese meal with grilled cheese dessert! Apple cinnamon and cheddar cheese achieves the sweet and savory combo. (Recipe and photo: Closet Cooking)
12. Goat Cheese & Nutella Grilled Cheese: If that’s not enough to satisfy your sweet tooth, how about combining nutella and goat cheese? Sliced bananas and strawberries would be a tasty addition as well. Drool. (Recipe and photo: Very Culinary)
Jaymee Sire is an Emmy-award winning sports reporter and anchor at Comcast SportsNet Bay Area in San Francisco. During baseball season, she covers the San Francisco Giants for CSN, and often anchors the network’s flagship show, SportsNet Central in the offseason. When she isn’t covering a sporting event, her true passion is food…whether it’s eating out or cooking at home. She writes a blog called E is for Eat, posting alphabet-themed recipes and restaurant reviews several times per week. She also contributes a weekly tailgate blog on csnbayarea.com called Authentic Eats.