Tonight I figured I might as well continue celebrating National Grilled Cheese month. I had some thinly sliced roast beef in the fridge that needed eating and plenty of pepper jack left. Sounds to me like the start of a great grilled cheese.
I grabbed some of the same high fiber 12 grain bread from before. This time I grabbed my bottle of French’s Spicy Brown Mustard. If you haven’t tried mustard on a grilled cheese yet, there’s no time like the present. It adds some amazing flavor. After the mustard came a layer of muenster, followed by the roast beef, and then pepper jack. Since it’s hard to butter one side of the bread and add mustard on the other, I went ahead and applied the French’s on top of the cheese.
The sandwich turned out amazingly awesome. I know I was going to have someone else score for me, but that’s always an afterthought while swallowing the last bite.
Taste: 9 (Yes, it was better than the Pepper jack-pepperoni-parmesan grilled cheese)
Tim C. Lofton informed me I was a little too harsh on plating so I upped my score by one. The mustard really highlighted the cheese and roast beef flavors in the sandwich which earned me another point as well. All in all, another successful sandwich.
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