Seriously Best Grilled Cheese

By Kayla S – St Albert, AB
Seriously Best Grilled Cheese
  • Prep Time: 15
  • Total Time: 20
  • Servings: 1

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About this Recipe

This is a heart attack between bread, but life is about risks. This is definitely worth it.


4 pieces Sourdough Bread
8 thick slices of aged cheddar cheese
6 slices tomato
1 Pkg thick sliced bacon
1 tbsp fresh chopped dill
2 tbsp Frank's Red Hot sauce
4 tbsp Miracle Whip
4 tbsp butter (to butter each side of bread)
Pepper to taste


Fry the bacon in a medium heated pan until desired tenderness (chewy with crispy edges is best).

While the bacon is frying, butter both sides of each piece of bread.

In a small bowl, mix together the Miracle Whip, Franks Red Hot, and the dill.

Place bacon on a plate of paper towel to drain, but do not drain the grease from the frying pan.

Turn the heat to medium-low, and place each piece of bread into the pan,, and fry for 30 seconds. flip each piece of bread, and begin to fry other sides. Dallop the Miracle Whip and hot sauce mixture onto each piece of bread with a spoon (while fying), and smear around quickly.

Add two slices of cheese to ONE of the pieces of bread (still while in the pan on low heat), then two slices of tomato, and then 3 slices of bacon.

Using tongs, take one of the remaining slices of bread from pan and place on top of the piece you just layered, Miracle Whip side up.

Layer Cheese, tomato and bacon as before on top of new piece of bread. Continue until three pieces of bread are stacked, and to finish, use the remaining two slices of cheese underneath the last piece of bread.

Place the fourth piece of bread Miracle Whip side down to close the sandwich. Using tongs, press down onto the sandwich to keep it from falling apart, and to squish it down a bit.

Place a lid over the sandwich so the steam can melt the cheese. Keep the sandwich under the lid on low heat for about a minute, and then remove from pan. Once removed, place the sandwich on a plate with a piece of paper towel (to absorb excess grease).

Serve hot. Enjoy!

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