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Grilled Cheese Rolls

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Grilled Cheese Rolls
  • Prep Time 10 min
  • Total Time 10 min
  • Servings 6
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Grilled Cheese Rolls

A fun new way to serve your grilled cheese -- perfect for dunking!

Ingredients

6
slices sandwich bread
6
slices American cheese
2
tablespoon butter
1
can Progresso™ tomato soup

Directions

  • 1 Lay out pieces of sandwich bread on a flat surface. Use a rolling pin to flatten. Then, if desired, use a knife to cut the crusts off of each piece of flattened bread.
  • 2 Place a slice of cheese on top of each slice of bread, then roll up tightly to form a grilled cheese roll.
  • 3 Meanwhile, heat 2 tablespoons butter in a skillet over medium heat until melted. Place the grilled cheese rolls (about 3 at a time) seam-side down in the skillet, and cook on all sides until the bread is toasted and the cheese is melted. You can press the rolls down with a spatula to be sure that they do not unfold while cooking.
  • 4 Remove and repeat with the remaining sandwiches, adding more melted butter if necessary. Serve immediately with tomato soup as a dipping sauce.
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Grilled Cheese Rolls

As prepared by Gimme Some Oven,

Regular grilled cheese sandwiches are flat. And that is that. But these are rolled. Just as easy, but so much more fun!


When we were growing up, my sister and I always begged for one of our favorites – grilled cheese sandwiches! My mom would melt some butter on the stove, my little sister and I would unwrap the cheese, and together we would sandwich it between two crustless slices of bread (in the days when you actually had to cut the crusts off!).

Then all of us would stand around the skillet as the sandwiches sizzled and cooked until the cheese just started to ooze over. Then my mom would send us to the table with our sandwiches and a bowl of tomato soup, and we would immediately dip them in the tomato soup and dive in.

For my mom, I’m sure it was a really convenient 10-minute meal. For my sis and me, it was heaven!

Well for those of you who love grilled cheese and tomato soup just as much as I do, you have to try this fun new take from Care’s Kitchen – Grilled Cheese ROLLS!

These are your typical grilled cheese sandwiches, just flattened out and formed into delicious little “rolls” that are even more perfect for dipping. Here’s how!

 

Sandwich bread.

Start out with your favorite sandwich bread. Any kind will do!

 
Use a rolling pin to flatten the sandwich bread.
Then use a rolling pin to flatten each slice.

 
Cut off the bread crusts, if desired.
If you’re anti-crusts, you can cut off the crusts (like I prefer!).

 
Layer bread slices with American cheese.
Then layer each piece of flattened bread with a piece of American cheese.

 
Roll each up into a single roll.
Carefully roll each piece of bread into a tight little roll.

 
Melt butter in a skillet and grill the rolls.
Then melt a tablespoon or two of butter in a skillet over medium heat, and place each grilled cheese roll seam-side down in the skillet. Press down with a skillet to keep the roll from unraveling. Cook on all sides until the bread is toasted and the cheese is melted.

 
Use Progresso Tomato Soup as a dipping sauce.
Then get your extra-delicious “dipping sauce” ready – some Progresso tomato soup!

 
Gooey insides of the Grilled Cheese Rolls.
Serve immediately while that cheese is still warm and gooey.

 
Grilled Cheese Rolls ready to dunk!
Dunk away into your tomato soup.

 
Grilled Cheese Rolls dunked into Progresso Tomato Soup.
SO GOOD!

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Ali loves music and fun food! Check out her great stuff at her blog site, Gimme Some Oven, and her Tablespoon profile -- and keep watching Quick Dish to see what colorful, nommy recipes she dreams up next!

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