Pan Toasted Cheese Sandwich
There are people from very different age groups, professions and cities who benefit from my recipes. Every comment I get makes me very happy. However, I feel very happy in the comments I receive from young people and young people who study at university and live far from their families. It is a completely different feeling to be an inspiration to a child who has just started cooking at the age of 11 and to create a beautiful connection with the kitchen. Of course, helping young people who are separated from their families for the first time and who are trying to cook for themselves under difficult conditions is at least as happy as this.
The comments I get frequently from student houses are I don't have an oven, how can I do it, how can I do it without a mixer, etc. on how to compensate for technical infrastructure deficiencies such as I want our students to know that you are always on my mind. I prepared this recipe especially for students living in student houses. I don't have a toaster, how can I make toast? If so, dear young people, your sister Kevser has prepared a practical recipe for you. In addition to cheddar cheese, you can use salami, sausage, tomato paste, in short, any kind of toast you like.
To press the toast, as I mentioned in the recipe, you can use any utensil that you can press without having to bring your hand too close to the heat, such as an empty canning jar. You don't need a special bread as bread, you can use whatever you have at hand.
Enjoy the recipe...
- 1 hamburger bread,
- 2 slices of cheddar cheese,
- 2 tsps of butter.
- Halve the brad and place cheese slices inbetween,
- Melt 1 tsp of butter in the pan,
- Place the bread in the pan,
- Press with a potato masher on top and cook until the bottom is golden,
- Remove the bread and melt second tsp of butter,
- Place the bread upside down and cook, pressing on top until golden in the bottom.