Chopped Cheese Sandwiches
Even though you’re eating these at home, you’re gonna want to wrap them in foil or paper. It makes eating them way easier.
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The Ultimate Guide to Making the Best Homemade Chopped Cheese Sandwich
What is a chopped cheese sandwich
A chopped cheese sandwich is a grilled sandwich that is filled with a blend of cheeses and spices, then toasted. Shredded cheese is heated in a pan with spices, such as paprika and onion powder, then mixed with mayonnaise, ketchup, and pickle relish before filling the sandwich.
Making a chopped cheese sandwich is not difficult. The first step is to toast the bread until it’s golden brown. You then spread margarine on one side of the bread and mayonnaise on the other. Next, you put cheddar cheese, diced onion, tomato, green pepper and salt on top of half of the bread. Put together with the other piece of bread and cut in half diagonally.
Health Benefits of Chopped Cheese Sandwiches
We all know how addictive and delicious a chopped cheese sandwich can be. But did you know that these sandwiches are also vegan, low-fat, high-protein, high-fiber, and gluten free? They are the perfect option for someone trying to live a healthier lifestyle.
Chopped cheese sandwiches have become very popular over the past few years. According to the Wall Street Journal, they are one of the top five most searched for dishes on Pinterest right now. This is because they are more healthy than traditional cheeseburgers but just as delicious.
How to Store Your Leftover Chopped Cheese Sandwiches?
If you’ve been following the news, you will have noticed that for some reason people are obsessed with how to store their leftover chopped cheese sandwiches. This is one of those topics which seem ridiculous but can actually help to improve your life.
In this article, we will explore how to store your leftover chopped cheese sandwiches and we will try to answer the question – what is the best way of storing them?
The first thing that you need to understand is that there are three types of containers: metal foil, plastic and glass. Metal foil and plastic containers cannot be used in microwaves so if you want to heat up your sandwich, choose a glass container. If microwaving isn’t something you do often, there is an advantage in choosing a metal or plastic container.
Plastic and metal containers both have their upsides and downsides. Plastic is typically cheaper, but can be more difficult to recycle, and is more easily broken. Metal containers are usually more expensive, but they will last for a longer period of time and can be recycled.
Chopped Cheese Sandwich
- Parchment or Wax paper
- 2 8" soft rolls large sausage bun, medium sub roll, etc
- 1/2 lb ground beef 80/20 (medium) grind
- 2 slices tomato sliced thin, halved
- 12-16 pickled jalapenos slices
- 4 tbsp chipotle aioli
- 4 slices cheddar cheese the older the better
- 1/2 cup onion diced small
- 1/3 medium green pepper diced small
- 4 tbsp butter
- 2 tsp steak spice
- pre-heat your broiler
- Split the buns and butter liberally. Toast on middle rack under broiler for 1-2 minutes to desired doneness
- Spread both sides inside with chipotle aioli
- Cook the beef in a large skillet on medium until almost all brown
- Add the veg and the spices and continue to cook another 2-3 minutes until veg begins to soften a little
- Form the meat into a strip in the center of the pan, the width of your cheese slices
- lay the cheese on top of the beef in a line, covering the whole strip, add 1 tbsp of water to the side of the pan and cover for 1 minute or until the cheese has fully melted into the meat
- Using a spatula toss the meat into a pile, mixing in all the cheese
Making the Sandwich
- spread one or both sides of each bun with chipotle aioli
- shovel half the meat into each bun
- Add tomato slices and jalapenos
- wrap tight, slice in half and serve