Grilled Grilled Cheese Grill Off
Meatgistics: Grilled Grilled Cheese Grill Off
See who wins in this head to head battle of Austin and Jon! The competition this time was who can make the best Grilled Cheese Sandwich on the Grill. We chose our own ingredients, followed our own recipes and let the employees at Walton's decide the winner! Watch the video, read the guide, and then post your questions, comments or ideas for future competitions below.
Grilled Grilled Cheese
This was round three of Jon and Austin’s BBQ Championship! If you watched our Will it BBQ? video on Grilled Cheese you will know that we had a difference in opinion on the best ingredients to use when making a grilled cheese sandwich, well it didn’t take us long to do a competition on it! Austin has won the first two competitions; will Jon finally get on the scoreboard?
For Austin’s Grilled Cheese Sandwich, he went with Sour Dough Bread, sliced avocado then Provolone, Fetta, Bleu, shredded Asiago and some Smoked Cheddar cheese. Instead of butter he used the Terrapin Ridge Farms Bacon Aioli Mayo and he added some Sundried Tomato Basil Wing Shake on top of the cheese! He put it on the grill as an open-faced sandwich to let the cheese melt more evenly and then closed it up after he took it off the grill. His sandwich was well over 3 inches thick when all was said and done!
For my sandwich I went with a Garlic Bread theme. I buttered the outside of my bread, with butter like a normal person, sprinkled some Excalibur’s Butter Garlic Rub on that and then pressed in some grated Parmesan Cheese. I went light on the Butter Garlic Rub as a little of that goes a long way! I used Havarti, Mozzarella and Swiss Cheese as my main ingredients and I cooked it the same way Austin did as an open-faced sandwich and then closed it up.
To make sure things were as even as possible we both used the same grill and the same pellets as well as chicken from the same source. Will Jon FINALLY get on the scoreboard? Check out the video to see who won!
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I tried something new to me instead of smoking this Landjager I used a mesquite smoke powder. It turned out pretty good, not as good as real smoke but really not bad.
The old timers in my family used to make blood sausage I remember trying it once…
I may need to try and make it to see if my taste buds have changed
@twilliams if you add a water pan make sure you use hot water not cold when you add it to the smoker