Cosy Up to These Extra Cheesy Sandwiches
Chef Name: Jeff Mauro Full Recipe Name: Mac and Cheese Grilled Cheese with Bacon Two Ways Talent Recipe: Jeff Mauroâs Mac and Cheese Grilled Cheese with Bacon Two Ways, as seen on Sandwich King FNK Recipe: Project: Foodnetwork.com, Back to School/Sandwich Central/Dinner and a Movie/Sides Show Name: Sandwich King Food Network / Cooking Channel: Food Network,Chef Name: Jeff Mauro Full Recipe Name: Mac and Cheese Grilled Cheese with Bacon Two Ways Talent Recipe: Jeff Mauro’s Mac and Cheese Grilled Cheese with Bacon Two Ways, as seen on Sandwich King FNK Recipe: Project: Foodnetwork.com, Back to School/Sandwich Central/Dinner and a Movie/Sides Show Name: Sandwich King Food Network / Cooking Channel: Food Network
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When it comes to sandwiches, you can skip the bread in favor of a wrap or skip the meat in favor of hearty veggies, but you absolutely, positively cannot skip the cheese. It’s the glue that holds everything together and usually the best part of any between-the-bread meal, so do yourself a favor and indulge in one of these masterfully cheesy creations.
Mac and Cheese Grilled Cheese (pictured above)
No need for spoons with your mac and cheese when you’ve got Jeff Mauro’s recipe. Refrigerate a sheet of mac and cheese before you add two slices of bread, more cheese and bacon. Cheese level: expert.
This sandwich from Food Network Magazine takes grilled cheese to a whole different level with onions, ham, tangy Taleggio cheese and thin slices of apple. After trying this, you’ll put apples on every grilled cheese you make.
Add an egg on top of pretty much anything and it makes it better, so why not a sandwich? Take this traditional French creation, for example — the egg on top only enhances the buttery, cheesy layers of bread and ham underneath.
This recipe from Food Network Magazine proves that with cheese, things can never be too simple. Tomatoes, bread and cheese are the only stars of this dish, which skips the second slice of bread in favor of thick slices of provolone.
After spreading the bread with both regular butter and apple butter, add soft and melty Brie cheese along with roasted turkey slices, and spicy
This sandwich combines sweet, spicy and salty, all between two slices of bread. Brie cheese melts atop fresh, sweet figs and combines with flavors from the truffle oil and spicy Monterey Jack cheese for a bite that will satisfy all of your comfort food cravings.
Rachael Ray’s classic meatballs go perfectly with her five-minute marinara sauce, a crusty baguette and shredded provolone cheese, so she combined them all into this masterpiece. Serve with her crispy oven fries for an unbeatable weeknight dinner.