Iron Grilled Cheese Sandwich

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[tool]cutting board[/tool]
[tool]iron[/tool]
[tool]knife[/tool]
[supply]toast bread[/supply]
[supply]cheese/mozarella[/supply]
[supply]butter (for cheese version)[/supply]
[supply]rucola[/supply]
[supply]baking paper or paper sandwich bags[/supply]
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Supplies

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Spread the butter thinly onto the bread. I chose wholegrain toast bread to cheat myself that I’m eating healthy stuff ;)

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Put as much cheese on bread as you like. Of course, you can put some add-ons inside like rucola or ketchup. Then cover the sandwich with the second slice of bread.

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Put the whole thing into a paper sandwich bag. As things can get messy, keep a dishcloth at hand.

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Set your iron on maximum temperature and wait till it’s hot. When iron’s light goes off, place it on your sandwich.

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Wait few minutes till you’ll hear hissing and smell a tasty scent. Don’t hurry as the cheese has to melt a bit – you can always check what’s going on inside by peeking into the bag. Be sure to check if the skin of your sandwich is roasted – if your iron is of a “cosmic” power, you can reduce the temperature.

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When your sandwich is lovely roasted and the cheese started to melt, flip the whole thing to the other side and grill it again.

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It’s time to take your delicacy off the bag. You can help yourself with a spatula or a knife as the sandwich can stick to it.

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And now you’re just one moment away from eating this luscious and tempting treat. You can wolf it at once but I advise you to taste it in a company of rucola and sun-dried tomatoes.

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Sandwich on a plate

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