A grilled cheese is one of those sandwiches that everyone simply must know how to make. There’s just something about that buttery grilled bread encasing melty cheese.
Well, today I am gonna show you how to up your grilled cheese game with a Hawaiian version. This version includes the addition of ham and pineapple just like you would find on a Hawaiian pizza. I am also gonna help you elevate that sandwich by adding in some herbs to the butter before you spread it on that bread.
Now the cheese really is the key ingredient to any grilled cheese sandwich so it is very important that you use a good cheese. A good cheese will melt perfectly and I am proud to use Cache Valley Cheese, inspired by the goodness of Cache Valley right here in my great state of Utah.
Cache Valley is a brand that I know I can trust for anything that I make that involves cheese! Their dedication to quality means I can expect wholesome, expertly crafted cheese every time. With a wide range of products from chunks to slices, Cache Valley has something for everyone and for every occasion. I can always expect perfectly melted cheesy goodness when I use it!
I reached for Havarti when making this sandwich. It melts really well and has a nice creamy buttery flavor, but really you could use whatever version of cheese you want in this sandwich. Swiss would also be delicious option.
Now not only have I got a great photo and recipe for you today for this amazing grilled cheese sandwich, but I also have a how to video too! So next time you want to make a grilled cheese, give this version a try.
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- ¼ cup butter
- ½ tsp parsley
- ½ tsp oregano
- 8 slices of bread
- 4 slices Cache Valley Havarti Cheese
- 8 thin slices of ham
- 4 pineapple rings
- In a bowl, combine the butter with the parsley and oregano.
- Lay out 4 slices of bread.Top the slices with a slice of cheese followed by 2 slices of ham and a pineapple ring.
- Top each with on of the remaining slices of bread.
- Butter out side of the sandwiches with the prepared herb butter. In a skillet over medium heat, toast both sides of the sandwiches until golden. Serves 4.
Recipe adapted from House of Yumm.