No matter how you slice it, there’s nothing more comforting than a grilled cheese sandwich. Warm, gooey cheese and a satisfying, buttery crunch with every bite—what could be better?
Grilled cheese sandwiches are also perfect for Shavuot, the Jewish holiday we celebrate with all-night learning and eating dairy (no, really!). Enjoy a very cheesy holiday with any of these 12 options.
Za’atar pesto. Upside-down bagel. We can’t even. Just make it.
The Mediterranean meets North Africa with this hearty sandwich of eggplant, yellow bell pepper, red onion, spicy harissa and salty halloumi cheese.
Is there a better fruit combo than lemon and blueberry? Here, the tartness and subtle sweetness from the fruits meet the creaminess of the brie to create something awesome.
Feta, muenster (or cheddar) and za’atar melt down inside a pita pocket for a crispy, light bite.
Challah. Monterey jack. Granny Smith apple. Brown mustard. Honey. Hello, delicious!
With celery seed, carrots, chives and cheddar, this tuna melt is the be-all-end-all of tuna melts. Enjoy with a pickle and bag of chips for a quintessential work lunch.
Grated zucchini and three (!) types of cheese (Gruyère, fontina and Parmesan) are tossed together before being melted down on crispy bread.
One word: flawless.
This is both elegant and delectable. (You can also buy store-made jam to make this easier!)
White cheddar, Parmesan and labneh come together with za’atar and sumac to create a dunk-able delight.
This recipe, out of “Eat Something: A Wise Sons Cookbook for Jews Who Like Food and Food Lovers Who Like Jews” by the renowned Bay Area delicatessen Wise Sons, calls for challah, American cheese, Gruyère and homemade pastrami jam. Hey, if it works, it works!
With raspberries, creamy brie and dark chocolate, eating this sandwich is like taking a bite out of heaven.