How to Make a Grilled Cheese with a Raspberry Twist

This is a grilled cheese recipe with raspberry jelly, which gives it an extra bit of sweetness and flavor. This is not your typical sandwich-you won’t need bread for this one!

Grilled cheese is a popular sandwich that can be served with many different toppings. One of the most common is raspberry jam. Here, I show you how to make a grilled cheese with a raspberry twist.

Day 15 of the AoM sandwich experiment has arrived. We asked readers for their favorite sandwich choices last month. We chose 20 entries out of 483 to feature on the site each daily in April. Finally, we’ll compile all of the entries into a massive man-sandwich cookbook. Enjoy.

Luke’s Grilled Cheese with a Twist is today’s sandwich.

One of the factors I used to choose which sandwiches to feature this month was if the sandwich took me outside of my usual sandwich comfort zone. That’s why I chose Luke’s grilled cheese submission. It contains a cheese I’m unfamiliar with (muenster), as well as raspberry preserves, pecans, and green onions. If I saw this on a restaurant menu, I wouldn’t give it a second thought because of its strangeness and would go on to the meatier options. Here’s to broadening your culinary horizons. Let’s watch what happens with Luke’s lunch.

Ingredients

Vintage different types of ingredients.

  • a loaf of bread (I used sourdough)
  • Butter
  • Preserved raspberries (homemade is best, but Smuckers will do)
  • 4 muenster cheese slices
  • pecans, chopped
  • Onions (green)

Step 1: Finely chop the green onion

Vintage chop green onion and knife placed at table.

Step 2: Prepare the Butter Bread

Vintage butter bread in a plate.

Step 3: Arrange the cheeses.

Vintage layer cheese bread placed in a plate.

Make sure the cheese is layered on the unbuttered side.

Step 4: Spread the remaining slice of bread with Raspberry Preserve.

Vintage raspberry jam on a bread.

Step 5: Toss in the chopped pecans

Vintage chopped pecans on a bread.

Step 6: Add the Green Onion, chopped

Vintage chopped green onion on a bread.

Step 7: Cook on the grill

Vintage grilling bread Illustration.

The Final Product

Notes from the Tasters

Vintage tasting sandwich.

Teddy Roosevelt, the adorable infant. This is one of the most delicious sandwiches I’ve had this month. All of the tastes complement one other well. Each taste is the perfect balance of sweetness and umami. There isn’t a single taste that overpowers the others. In addition, muenster has become my new favorite cheese. I’m looking forward to making this again.

 

 

A grilled cheese sandwich is a type of sandwich that consists of bread, usually sliced from a loaf, which is toasted until crisp and then topped with one or more types of filling. The most common fillings are cheese and butter. Reference: how to make a grilled cheese sandwich.

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