April is here which means springtime has finally begun. While we wait it out for the warmer spring weather, why not grab a toasted grilled cheese to help keep you satisfied during those rainy April-shower days (with a bowl of hot tomato soup on the side, of course)?
Grilled cheese sandwiches are one of the most-popular childhood meals and always bring a smile to our face now that we are in our adulthood.
Putting a twist on the regular old grilled cheese makes us grown-ups feel fancy as we channel back to our more simple days in childhood.
Here are our 10 fancy grilled cheese sandwiches you should try as an adult:
1. Gouda Grilled Cheese
The Gouda Grilled Cheese consists of: Black bean hummus, guava jam, and pickled jalapeños.
2. Calabro Mozzarella
The Calabro Mozzarella consists of: Miso mayo, a slice of calabro mozzarella, and dill pickles on an english muffin.
3. Avocado Grilled Cheese
The Avocado Grilled Cheese consists of: Sliced avocado, mozzarella cheese, red bell peppers, baby spinach, and sliced ham.
4. Smoked Cheddar Grilled Cheese
The Really Fancy Grilled Cheese consists of: Smoked cheddar, jack cheese, poblano-peach preserves, and fresh thyme on pressed sourdough.
5. Lobster Grilled Cheese With an Egg
The Lobster Grilled Cheese consists of: Lobster salad and melted cheese sandwiched between two slices of Texas toast.
6. Kimchi Grilled Cheese
The Kimchi Grilled Cheese consists of: Pork belly, kimchi, and a fried egg on sourdough.
7. Fontina and Gruyere Grilled Cheese
The Fontina & Gruyere Grilled Cheese consists of: A mixture of fontina and gruyere cheeses melted between toasted bread.
8. Bacon and Pork Belly Grilled Cheese
The Bacon and Pork Belly Grilled Cheese consists of: Vermont cheddar, gruyere, pork belly, and bacon.
9. Eggplant and Chipotle Grilled Cheese
The Eggplant and Chipotle Grilled Cheese consists of: Cheswick NY white cheddar on cracked wheat sourdough with roasted eggplant, tomatoes, and a smear of smokey chipotle chilies.
10. Pesto Grilled Cheese
The Pesto Grilled Cheese consists of: Pesto, mozzarella, tomato, and honey.
[Featured Image By: Kristi Sauer]
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About Kaitie Edmonds
The newest member of the marketing team at Urbanspoon! Having recently migrated from the Bay Area up to Seattle, I am attempting to learn the best of the best of the Pacific Northwest’s eateries and fine dining. Some of my favorite cuisines are: Mexican (I can never say no to a good pairing of chips & salsa), and also Japanese, and Indian. I enjoy making: Homemade pizza, sandwiches, and baking desserts.