Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Grilled Pepper Jack Sliders

Summer is one of those times of the year that I hate heating the house up to make dinner. I'm always looking for a great recipe that doesn't use the oven during the hot summer months. Today I'm sharing with you a variation of grilled cheese sandwiches that we love! You can make these on your stove top, outdoor grill, or a Panini press. The recipe is simple and there is a lot of room for variation. So put on your creative hats and away we go!

Grilled Pepper Jack Sliders

*This is a great recipe to use up your leftover roast beef!

Wonder Rolls or other bread (*see note)
Leftover cooked roast beef, sliced
Pepper Jack Cheese, sliced

Slice the rolls in half. Butter inside of each half of roll and place butter-side down on the grill, stovetop, or Panini press. Grill until slightly brown and crispy. Butter the other side of the roll and then flip so that the newly-buttered side is down on the grill. Stack on top of the bottom half of the roll a slice of cheese, then a piece of meat, then another piece of cheese. Then add the top of the roll and grill until the cheese is melted, oozing out the sides and slightly brown and crispy. Flip roll if needed. Serve immediately.

*Note: For this recipe you can use any kind of sandwich bread, hamburger buns, bagels or rolls.

·        Try Colby jack or Swiss cheese in place of the pepper jack.

·        For a delicious breakfast sandwich, use a cooked egg and a few slices of bacon in place of the roast beef.

·         Try different meats! Use thinly sliced ham, cooked bacon, Canadian bacon, pepperoni, or leave off the meat for vegetarian.

For a complete meal, serve with Cottage Fried Potatoes and fresh fruit!

1 comment:

Groovy Mom said...

Oh my goodness, those look just delicious!

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