Add this to grilled cheese for instant charcuterie – LifeSavvy

Grilled cheese is sliced ​​diagonally and crumbled.
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There are a lot of food combinations that you may find strange. For example, I enjoy ranch dressing on baked potatoes. Lately, though, a lot of people have been adding a questionable spread to perfectly grilled cheese sandwiches, and to say it looks weird is an understatement.

Since last year, people have been putting peanut butter on their grilled cheese sandwiches in record numbers.

Now, before you knock it down, it might help to understand the rationale behind this strange food blend. The idea spread in 2021 thanks to Feel good food lovers. When the recipe is for Peanut butter, jelly and grilled cheese sandwich It was published, initially met with mixed reactions.

However, when you break down the idea, it makes more sense. Think of it as a cheese board in the shape of a sandwich.

When you picture a cheese board, it usually contains cheese (duh), fruit, and nuts: all ingredients found in PB&J grilled cheese. Basically, you combine a salty ingredient (peanut butter) with fruit (jelly) and cheese.

Do you want to try it yet? If so, add a layer of creamy peanut butter to one slice of bread, some jelly to another, and then a layer of shredded cheddar cheese to the side of the peanut butter. Melt some butter in a frying pan, add the bread slices and roast for a few minutes.

Put the pieces together, and when the cheese melts, you basically have a cheese board sandwich.

Next time you’re craving some charcuterie but don’t have it all or don’t want to go through all the trouble, just put some peanut butter on your grilled cheese. Finished!

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