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If you’re a lover of grilled cheese in its simplest form, then allow me to introduce to you our delicious three-cheese grilled cheese sandwich, toasted to perfection in under three minutes with the help of your air fryer.
While the gourmet grilled cheese movement is still going strong, some people like to keep things basic: bread and cheese. If you fall into this category, then you’re going to love this simple, yet satisfying take on a plain, old fashioned grilled cheese sandwich. The key to creating this mouth-watering sandwich is all in the bread and combination of cheeses.
I highly recommend thick-sliced brioche, buttered on both sides for this sandwich. However, if you want super simple and super basic, plain old white bread will do just fine. For the three kinds of cheese, you can use any variety that suits you, but I recommend my three favorites: Colby-Jack, Provolone, and Havarti. These cheeses combine for an indulgent grilled cheese experience that will be the perfect accompaniment for your favorite soup or salad.
Seriously. You can’t go wrong with this one.
Other wonderful grilled cheese sandwiches.
- Grilled Cheese Guide:
- Caprese Grilled Cheese
- Gouda & Apple Grilled Cheese
- Bacon Avocado Grilled Cheese
- Ricotta & Spinach Grilled Cheese
- Onion Gruyere Grilled Cheese
- Mushroom Swiss Grilled Cheese
3 Cheese Grilled Cheese air fried sandwich you won't be disappointed with.
- 2 slices bread we used brioche highly recommended
- 1 slice Colby-Jack Cheese
- 1 slice Provolone
- 1 slice Havarti Cheese
- 2 tsp unsalted butter
place all 3 kinds of cheese on a slice of bread. *we bought block cheese so we had to cut our slices this helps blend the cheeses together
put a top slice of bread on. Then butter both outside slices of the bread.
place in the air fryer and cook at 400 ° F | 205 ° C for 2 minutes
flip grilled cheese and cook at 400 ° F | 205 ° C for another 2 minutes
plate and enjoy this very cheesy yet crispy sandwich!
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