Busting Grilled Cheese Myths (How To Make The BEST Grilled Cheese)

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  • Published on Jan 17, 2022
  • Today, the Mythical Kitcheneers are discovering the best way to make grilled cheese sandwiches with SCIENCE!! Myth Munchers Ep.9
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  • Amy Alves
    Amy Alves 4 months ago +1765

    Love how vee joined in on the josh can’t count chant but she only had 1/4 not 2/4 😂

    • DMM H
      DMM H 4 months ago

      I don't like sourdough bread because it smells foul and just doesn't taste as good as white bread.

    • joseph terry
      joseph terry 4 months ago +2

      We demand justice!!

    • jtclarks
      jtclarks 4 months ago +4

      I was wondering . So Josh & TMoney got 2/4 and Vee and Nicole got 1/4

    • TattedCat
      TattedCat 4 months ago +4

      This was driving me nuts. I had to rewind the video and slowly go through because I thought I was losing it lol

  • Cody Turner
    Cody Turner 4 months ago +279

    I've always been of the belief that you need two cheeses. Both a good melter (ex. processed american) and a flavorful stretcher (ex. cheddar). I find that yields the best combination of flavor vs texture.

    • Kat C
      Kat C 3 months ago

      @1lurch11 what's the name of it we have cheese here too

    • Good Ol' Rainbowpet
      Good Ol' Rainbowpet 3 months ago

      ive been making some recently with pepperjack and smoked gouda

    • MrKINSM
      MrKINSM 3 months ago +2

      Try havarti and american... :)

    • 1lurch11
      1lurch11 3 months ago +1

      decent idea but the problem in my country we have good tasting cheese that melts

    • Mary M
      Mary M 3 months ago

      You have reached enlightenment, my son.

  • Aaron E
    Aaron E 4 months ago +172

    Sourdough is always my favorite, but I like to mix cheese. Muenster is incredibly underappreciated.

    • Rebekah 54
      Rebekah 54 3 months ago +2

      Any combo of Muenster, Havarti, and Gouda for me 😋 (but also a Kraft single is nice)

    • Brian Aggson
      Brian Aggson 3 months ago +1

      Muenster is king for grilled cheeses

    • Sgiano 74
      Sgiano 74 3 months ago

      Muenster 🤤 I always forget about muenster!! Sooo yummy!

    • Slvr Bass
      Slvr Bass 4 months ago +1

      Completely agree. I always go with a mix of muenster and either cheddar or swiss.

    • Emily Collins
      Emily Collins 4 months ago +4

      Muenster cheese is the BEST for grilled cheese. I'll usually mix it with either an extra sharp cheddar, "real" American, or Colby/pepper jack. Lately the jack cheeses with the Muenster has been a hit.

  • Nelkeran Forgeworks
    Nelkeran Forgeworks 4 months ago +128

    Y'all forgot the best cheese to use: Muenster. It melts super well, and the taste compliments any bread or butter used.

    • Maurizio Cobalto
      Maurizio Cobalto 3 months ago +1

      Yeah but then Kraft wouldn't have paid the sponsorship.
      Oh.. I almost forgot it's not sponsored...........

    • qwertyferus
      qwertyferus 4 months ago

      The best cheese for grilled cheese is definitely casu martzu.

    • Pickle Stephen
      Pickle Stephen 4 months ago +2

      havarti is a good choice too

    • TLA Oltjenbruns
      TLA Oltjenbruns 4 months ago +1

      @Allco Psarebastards Sharp cheddar is delicious in Grilled Cheese, but it doesn't melt well. If you shred it (no preshredded, shred it yourself) it melts before the bread burns, but there is limited/no stretch unless you mix in another cheese. The taste profile, though, 10/10, it's always in my cheese blend.

  • DaysBetween
    DaysBetween 4 months ago +187

    Honestly this just saved me time cause I won’t need to butter the bread and toast both sides - making a quick dinner for the kids quicker. You guys are heros in my book.

    • Rachel Hurla
      Rachel Hurla 4 months ago +2

      Dry toast one side first then put the cheese on that side. I tried that after the Gordon Ramsay video; cheese does melt better without the greasiness of butter on both sides

  • Tommy Osim
    Tommy Osim 4 months ago +116

    Wait, Gordon wasn't criticizing "double toasted bread" he was criticizing Josh's fun way of talking lol. Cuz Josh said "put the bread on the pan bread side down" and Gordon was just processing it and his wording ended up being weird... Still a weird thing to criticize though.

    • Angry Mario
      Angry Mario 3 months ago +4

      And Gordon has no right to criticize any grilled cheese after his abomination

    • Allco Psarebastards
      Allco Psarebastards 4 months ago +19

      I think that sometimes he’s just criticizing for the sake of finding something to criticize

  • Allco Psarebastards
    Allco Psarebastards 4 months ago +74

    There’s a bread you missed: Shokupan (Japanese milk bread)
    It’s absolutely fantastic in grilled cheese. Super fluffy and gets nice and crispy. I recommend that anyone who sees this comment gives it a try

    • TheSongwritingCat
      TheSongwritingCat 22 days ago

      White bread or milk bread from a bakery is the best. I can't imagine sourdough not adding an unpleasant flavor.

    • Allco Psarebastards
      Allco Psarebastards 3 months ago +1

      @John Ree I really recommend it!

    • John Ree
      John Ree 3 months ago +3

      Toasted with butter is great never thought of making it as grilled cheese.

  • Casey Angus
    Casey Angus 4 months ago +41

    This episode feels like if the kids from Zoom grew up and got a cooking show and I love it so much. Also, Wal-Mart sells everything french loaves for $1 and they are freaking amazing.

    • Alexis
      Alexis 3 months ago

      omg you unlocked a memory for me CMON AND ZOOM! CMON AND ZOOM! CMON AND ZOOMA ZOOOMA ZOOMA ZOOM! lmaooooo this had to have been 20 years ago

    • Anne B
      Anne B 4 months ago

      I need to get to walmart 👀

  • Kristy Tkachuk
    Kristy Tkachuk 4 months ago +70

    Sourdough, with mayo on the outside, inside-smoked Gouda, cream cheese and cheddar. Always have to crisp the outside with some fried cheese also

  • TimeBucks
    TimeBucks 4 months ago +867

    The chemistry between them all is amazing

    • Charles Akin
      Charles Akin 2 months ago

      Even Nicole and Trevor? That was super Awkward

    • Jason Zimmerman
      Jason Zimmerman 3 months ago

      I thought for sure this comment was sarcastic, and then I see others agreeing and my mind is about to explode.

    • Jim’s Kitsch Kitchen
      Jim’s Kitsch Kitchen 4 months ago

      It’s perfect chemistry

    • The Schitt Sho
      The Schitt Sho 4 months ago +1

      @Vanessa Holguin yes

    • PabloEdvardo
      PabloEdvardo 4 months ago +2

      After the implosion of the BA test kitchen, it's refreshing to see good chemistry among a food team again.

  • stalrunner
    stalrunner 4 months ago +12

    I've found muenster cheese to be the best for a grilled cheese. It melts well and tastes really good.

  • Terrence D.
    Terrence D. 4 months ago +45

    There’s no such thing as “too cheesy”…. You should be able to feel the cheese flowing through your veins!

  • Stephanie
    Stephanie 4 months ago +42

    Gouda is the best cheese for a grilled cheese! It melts great, tastes great and is low in lactose for those who are lactose intolerant. I also add a lid before the flip so that the cheese melts better, don't add a lid after cause then you'll influence the crust on the side that's already toasted.

    • Cat Soup
      Cat Soup 2 months ago

      I do the lid thing too because I like to use lotttts of cheese

    • Melanatedsince1997
      Melanatedsince1997 4 months ago +3

      Gouda + American is perfection

    • lunayen
      lunayen 4 months ago

      Agreed.

  • Jess Pape-Green
    Jess Pape-Green 4 months ago +20

    I like making them the way my mom taught me: mayo on each of the inner sides, kraft cheese, plenty of butter in pan (mostly because it's easier to do). Definitely gonna try the grocery store sourdough suggestion.

    • MissRadi0active
      MissRadi0active Month ago

      Same. This is the way my dad has me make them for him. Mayo on the inside, butter on the out or in the pan (depending on the pan size to make it easier) and kraft singles.

    • Andi Ward
      Andi Ward 3 months ago +1

      Cream cheese on the inside under the Cheddar/Mozzarella.

    • jbw5485
      jbw5485 4 months ago +1

      This.

  • Katelyn Becker
    Katelyn Becker 4 months ago +643

    Major respect to Josh for being willing to admit he was wrong about double toasting

    • Tsunthetoostronk
      Tsunthetoostronk 3 months ago

      Nixie Starlight who hurt you

    • Zack Upchurch
      Zack Upchurch 3 months ago

      @Nixie Starlight I’m not reading all that but sorry about that or I’m happy for you

    • Allco Psarebastards
      Allco Psarebastards 4 months ago

      @Daxian Preston same, I like to use a little less butter than what they use, and do the pre toast on higher heat. I also like to use Japanese white bread whenever I can get it
      Makes for a super crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside grilled cheese

  • David W
    David W 4 months ago +28

    Just dropping by to put my vote to make the opposite recipe at the end of the show to contrast to the winning combo just to see how much better it is. Or possibly make a frankenstein's monster of success despite the contrary opinion.

    • Kesha Artis
      Kesha Artis 4 months ago +1

      White bread with Mayo and cheddar is DEFINITELY better than what they did. Hands down.

    • iAndrewC
      iAndrewC 4 months ago +1

      That's a good idea! Best and Worst combos!

  • Blooop
    Blooop 4 months ago +13

    I got really into grilled cheeses in college because I got one on a whim from our cafe and the ones this one cafeteria lady made were like *impossibly* perfect and I've been trying to recreate them ever since. Also she'd always insist on giving me a pickle on the side, but the ones my school had were nasty so I'd just put it on top and she was right, pickle juice makes it.
    The closest I've gotten to recreating it is with brownberry breads natural wheat (red with wavey wheat text), one slice kraft single, brushing it with melted butter, and then putting a pickle slice on top.
    Also sour dough with horseradish mustard and swiss cheese is my second favorite.

  • zaspo
    zaspo 4 months ago +18

    As a proud San Luis Obispo native, I'm happy our local bread got representation! I'm a huge advocate for San Luis Sourdough in grilled cheese, using mayonnaise to crisp it up!

    • Garrett Akin
      Garrett Akin 3 months ago

      Hell yeah! Paso here, kind of wish people would stop moving here, but glad to see our regional yeasts get some recognition!

    • zaspo
      zaspo 4 months ago

      @BlissfulBunny Yeah...I disagreed with them on that part. Maybe it's because I just like mayonnaise, but I've also found the mayonnaise creates a more delicate crisp, while the butter makes it more crunchy. I do a cheese blend of cheddar, Jack, and mozzarella on San Luis sourdough spread with mayonnaise, and then cooked with a panini press.

    • BlissfulBunny
      BlissfulBunny 4 months ago

      But they found out butter makes it more crispy

  • Andrew Chiang
    Andrew Chiang 4 months ago +8

    Possible hot take: Sure pan butter is great, but I've started doing pan butter AND mayo, and it's brilliant!

    • Sam Peterson
      Sam Peterson 4 months ago

      I came here just to say this, but I grew up in butter outside, miracle whip on the inside.

    • Wooly Puffin
      Wooly Puffin 4 months ago +1

      Yes! I do mayo inside and butter outside. If there isn't mayo in it, it's missing.

  • Lucas Barnes
    Lucas Barnes 4 months ago +766

    Vi: Josh can't count!
    Also Vi: *Claimed she got one more than she actually got*

    • Nixie Starlight
      Nixie Starlight 4 months ago +2

      @Rebecca I'm starting to think you're a bot. You copy/pasted that same comment into at LEAST two comments on this video and are WRONG both times you posted it. Also, you saying it in THIS thread legitimately makes no sense and shows you definitely didn't even watch the end of the video before you copy/pasted this comment with so much confidence.

    • Telconsar
      Telconsar 4 months ago +2

      She totally knew she had 1/4, the moment she said it she looked at the cam 🤣

    • Zack Upchurch
      Zack Upchurch 4 months ago +14

      @Rebecca they filmed the card portions before Nicole made that joke, and also Vi wasn’t even with Nicole for that joke. Vi got 1 correct.

    • Matthew Atkins
      Matthew Atkins 4 months ago +21

      Yeah, she definitely tied as loser with Nicole despite the yoga experts trying to make excuses for her in other comments.

  • King Skitz
    King Skitz 4 months ago +23

    I honestly thought I was one of the only people to dip a grilled cheese in either bread and butter pickle juice or pepperoncini juice. Trevor is the man!

    • King Skitz
      King Skitz 3 months ago

      @rnd I definitely eat mine with lots of pickles on the side. Always have, always will. Famous Daves Devil Spit pickles on the sandwhich AFTER making it is just so good!

    • Mary Joy Spohrer
      Mary Joy Spohrer 4 months ago +1

      That does sound like something worth trying.

    • rnd
      rnd 4 months ago +3

      Not just you. I never did the juice (why did I not think of the juice?) but I always want/have loads and loads of pickles on the side.
      They can't be on it because unless they're deep fried, hot pickles are not where it's at.

  • StatiK Overdrive
    StatiK Overdrive 3 months ago +5

    My favorite grilled cheese is honestly with mozzarella, especially to eat with tomato soup 👌

  • shannyclaws smith-nolan
    shannyclaws smith-nolan 4 months ago +3

    I love adding dill pickle slices and a bit of bacon on my grilled cheesers.

  • Tabby
    Tabby 4 months ago +4

    Well this is great. Now I have to go home and eat like 6 grilled cheese sandwiches. Thanks guys! 🥰

  • Scrambles The Death Dealer
    Scrambles The Death Dealer 4 months ago +281

    It would be cool if they all made their "prediction" dish and directly compared it with the winning dish at the end

  • Jessica McGraw
    Jessica McGraw 4 months ago +2

    I always dip my grilled cheese in sour cream. Soooo good!

  • Charlie Gammon
    Charlie Gammon 4 months ago +2

    While I often had grilled cheese with the processed cheese food product, either Kraft or government cheese, as a child, I find grilled cheese made with real cheese far superior in both flavor and texture.

  • Samie
    Samie 4 months ago +2

    I've never disagreed with you guys more in any video but I also just really love my grilled cheese 😂

  • Richard Sisk
    Richard Sisk 3 months ago +2

    I don't know if I've ever wanted a grilled cheese sandwich more than I do right now.

  • Nikky K
    Nikky K 4 months ago +549

    Given the fact that Gordon can't do a decent grilled cheese, he has no right to judge josh on his grilled cheese

    • Kingston game
      Kingston game 2 months ago

      It Gordon Ramsay Tik-Tok he criticized everybody's no one is safe, even criticize his daughter mash potato

    • Chaoitcme
      Chaoitcme 3 months ago +2

      But Gordon is right. It is dumb to toast both sides of the bread.

    • Meatorama
      Meatorama 3 months ago +1

      @Zach Morgan What, you've never been an employee? Celebrities aren't the top of their food chain, dawg.

    • Zach Morgan
      Zach Morgan 4 months ago

      @Meatorama citation needed

    • Benjamin Requenez
      Benjamin Requenez 4 months ago +1

      You don't need to toast the insides, unless you are using real cheese. And even then, you just warm it up to start the melting.

  • John Liberty
    John Liberty 4 months ago +9

    I’m a big fan of using mayo to make my grilled cheese sammies. It’s easier to spread than butter and I dig the flavor it gives.

    • Johan Van der Pants
      Johan Van der Pants 2 months ago +1

      We use a mix of may and butter. Spreads so much easier than butter, but has a better flavor than mayo. It also seems to melt or separate more for better coverage.

  • Taylor Sessions
    Taylor Sessions 4 months ago +2

    Anyone thinking of looking into this themselves, I have a suggestion from personal experience: melt the butter and mayo in a 50/50 ratio and mix well. Brush it onto the bread, you will not be disappointed.

  • AviDragonLady
    AviDragonLady 4 months ago +10

    My roommate also toasts the inside, adds toppings, and toasts the outside. His cooking is the reason I moved in with him, so that's an endorsement.

    • Alex McGauchie
      Alex McGauchie 3 months ago

      @Killy324 only if it's 18% topping by total weight

    • AviDragonLady
      AviDragonLady 4 months ago

      @Killy324 While true, he toasts both sides regardless of whether it's a grilled cheese or a melt.

    • Killy324
      Killy324 4 months ago +1

      But if he adds toppings it's no longer a grilled cheese. It is a melt.

  • Lyssa Lectro
    Lyssa Lectro 4 months ago +1

    I love this series, cos I can actually apply it to my cooking. A Mac n Cheese episode would honestly help my life out so much.

  • LumberJones
    LumberJones 4 months ago +245

    Respect to Josh for being an adult and admitting his thought process was wrong when presented with new information and research.
    but also Trevors Peporchinni juice dip sounds FIRE

  • Courts
    Courts 4 months ago +5

    Trevor heavy-breathing whilst professing his love for grilled cheese will forever be a mood

  • Matthew Wojcik
    Matthew Wojcik 4 months ago +1

    Yay Myth Munchers! One of my favorite shows in the world.

  • JesReally
    JesReally 4 months ago +3

    Ive grown up eating extra sharp cheddar cheese grilled cheese sandwiches so for me anything else just tastes wrong lol, I think the nostalgia factor is really important in a grilled cheese

  • Dustin Muzik
    Dustin Muzik 4 months ago +1

    I worked at five guys for years and the grilled cheeses were toasted in Mayo and they were amazing.

  • deprofundis
    deprofundis 4 months ago +2

    I've totally missed myth busters! ❤️ I love when it's actually helpful cooking info for us plebes, haha. Please, do more!! What next - Quesadillas, please?? Plain cheese, too. Mine are NEVER as good as Del Taco, and I don't understand why. 😭

  • Amy Rose
    Amy Rose 3 months ago +1

    I've always toasted both sides to, but I only use butter for toasting the outside. Try going dry when you toast the middle sides

  • O M
    O M 4 months ago

    This is my favorite series!!! More please!

  • Jake Federio
    Jake Federio 4 months ago

    Ive been a GMM fan for a long time, havent watched in a while, this is my first watch with this group and this group style video and its s perfect formula and a great group to have fun watching

  • Cinder Man
    Cinder Man 4 months ago +338

    I'm grabbing a pepperoncini jar the next time I'm at the store. The peppers DESTROY me in a way I won't describe here on the internet, but using the liquid as a grilled cheese dipping sauce sounds absolutely brilliant. Thanks, Trevor!

    • Heather Marriette
      Heather Marriette 4 months ago

      @deprofundis I haven’t…don’t even know what’s on it lol I’ll have to google it

    • alluvermin
      alluvermin 4 months ago

      @cj 96 cholostectomy helped. My gallstone was the size of my gallbladder. Poops have improved tenfold.

    • deprofundis
      deprofundis 4 months ago

      @Heather Marriette oh man, you haven't had muffaleta? You HAVE to try it. I'm not even a sandwich person, but a muffaleta is one of my all time favorites. Holy crap, so good. I do think you need the cheese to balance the acidity, though, ie, it's not as good as a salad by itself but as a spread (which is its original use, I believe, but with provolone or some other cheese).

    • Suzuran Rose
      Suzuran Rose 4 months ago +1

      Next time you make a crock pot roast, add some of the juice onto the top for an extra kick. So yummy.

    • Heather Marriette
      Heather Marriette 4 months ago

      @Barbara Danley what is that? Never heard of it..at least I don’t think I have

  • etherealphai
    etherealphai 4 months ago +7

    I love that Josh dips his grilled cheese in ketchup. I've done that since childhood too and people always give me crap about it. SOLIDARITY!

  • Dan Galpin
    Dan Galpin 4 months ago +1

    My winning formula mostly matches theirs. One minor addition to this, is that I always use a covered frying pan for grilled cheese to make sure it's extra melty. It's a toss up between American or Kraft singles, but the real comparison is with Kraft deli-selects, which totally win in my book. Super fun episode!

  • Eli Tettelbach
    Eli Tettelbach 4 months ago

    I love grilled cheese

  • TheBlackWaltz
    TheBlackWaltz Month ago

    I like to use a mix of smoked gouda and sharp cheddar on sour dough for my grilled cheese. It's incredible.

  • Tripedge
    Tripedge 4 months ago +135

    My fiance makes garlic buttered grilled cheese. I'm a huge fan of mozzarella grilled cheese as well, dipping in garlic aioli is also a go to

    • Mary Joy Spohrer
      Mary Joy Spohrer 4 months ago

      I have done herbed butter for mine as well.

    • AwesomeCat2012
      AwesomeCat2012 4 months ago

      Sounds delicious! I'm gonna have to try that!

    • It's snowpeachie
      It's snowpeachie 4 months ago

      We have garlic bread but in sandwich style slices and sometimes I’ll make a grilled cheese with that

    • Rae Peronneau
      Rae Peronneau 4 months ago

      🤯

    • Julie Scott
      Julie Scott 4 months ago +3

      Our local hot chicken place does garlic butter grilled cheese and they are amazing.

  • Ethan Remillard
    Ethan Remillard 4 months ago +1

    Toasting both sides is good if you’re using multiple cheeses, especially one with a higher melting point like parmesan

  • YouWish
    YouWish 4 months ago

    I used to toast both sides of the bread, until my friend made me a grilled cheese with only toasting one side of the bread, and it was SOOOOOO much better, to me.

  • Ashley Ross
    Ashley Ross 4 months ago +1

    My favorite way to make a grilled cheese is with Texas toast; the thickest you can find. Then with sliced cheddar cheese and then shredded cheddar as well. You sandwich the shredded in between two pieces of sliced… and with the shredded you get that little processed taste without having nasty Kraft cheese lol

  • spakjoeXD
    spakjoeXD 3 months ago

    I love the Sourdough from Costco, but it's hard to get even slices to make a great one :')

  • joey
    joey 4 months ago +381

    trevor: "then we have pan butter-"
    nicole: "which is bread butter in spanish"
    me: *realizes* nicole just blew my mind

    • Chris Manuel
      Chris Manuel 4 months ago +1

      @deprofundis It sounds like puh. Or pah. But the man was correct. No need to correct him when he wasn't wrong. It definitely sounds more like puh than pan.

    • deprofundis
      deprofundis 4 months ago +1

      @h1r086 uhh, pain in French is not like pay or puh at all. Pan is the closest in American English but with a nasal "h" instead of the n. Like, you say thethe start of the n but are not finishing it. Sorry, just couldn't keep myself from correcting that. :) French nerd here.

    • Emily Erickson
      Emily Erickson 4 months ago +1

      @Podderich I believe that is because they did not have European style bread until the Spanish missionaries brought it over. They had rice and rice based baked goods only.

    • h1r086
      h1r086 4 months ago +2

      @Tracy Mainwaring No, it's difficult to describe how to pronounce it using english as a base. It's almost like saying "pay or puh" with an extra nasally ending to it. I'm sure you can find a pronounciation video on youtube... *looks* yep "french pain pronunciation" found one.

    • Tracy Mainwaring
      Tracy Mainwaring 4 months ago

      @Marc Johnson pronounced pan though, no?

  • StinkingRocket
    StinkingRocket 4 months ago

    I literally made grill cheese while watching this. Butter bread, sourdough, kraft & grated mozzarella, a lil extra butter on pan and drop sandwich right on the dollop of butter. Medium high on a cast iron skillet. Perfect and the cheese will stretch.

  • Megen Doherty
    Megen Doherty 4 months ago

    Peppercini juice all the time! Love it! Try it on/ with tuna salad too!

  • Goatman Industries
    Goatman Industries 4 months ago

    I used garlic aoli to make a grilled cheese one time and it came out amazing

  • sonya harry
    sonya harry Month ago

    honestly inspirational convinced me to try out french toast grilled cheese with that double sided toasting method

  • KCWolfVG
    KCWolfVG 4 months ago

    I'm thinking we need a good steak test. Talking of course at minimum which level to cook steak to (medium rare),sauce or no sauce (no sauce) and maybe which seasoning or cut of steak is best.

  • Norman Dixon
    Norman Dixon 3 months ago

    I've done ketchup on grilled cheese, it's so good. My brother in law does grape jelly on his grilled cheese.
    Very Important: You can get Kraft Deluxe American cheese which is real American cheese, not cheese product. You can even get Kraft Deluxe White American cheese.

  • Wolvbane
    Wolvbane 3 months ago

    When I make Grilled Cheese I make at home is Mayo, sourdough, or rye bread, with one slice of cheddar and one slice of swiss cheese. So good!

  • Luminty
    Luminty 3 months ago

    Mayo is literally so good, like it's a step up from butter, it adds more flavor

  • Colin Perry
    Colin Perry 3 months ago +2

    Personal fave:
    - potato bread
    - butter in the pan
    - whole grain mustard inside side
    - gruyere
    - brie
    - sliced pear
    - honey
    - prosciutto
    - more gruyere
    Cheese flavor is complex, nutty and funky. Prosciutto adds some saltiness, the honey and pear adds sweetness and the mustard adds a bit of heat.

  • Ryan Rogers
    Ryan Rogers 4 months ago

    Since I was a kid I'd been buttering my bread when making grilled cheese. I tried pan buttering and it's SO much better.

  • Alexandra Reed
    Alexandra Reed 4 months ago

    Love a classic grilled cheese, but sharp cheddar grilled cheese hits so hard! Trust me!

  • The Chris Turner
    The Chris Turner 4 months ago

    After watching this video, I made one on the toast setting on my air fryer, with brioche bread, butter on bread, and Kraft Velvetta cheese singles

  • Jay Etz
    Jay Etz 4 months ago +171

    It's funny how Gordan gives criticism about grilled cheese sandwiches when he failed to even melt the cheese in his own version which is what makes the grilled cheese sandwich what we know and love about them.

    • Chris Manuel
      Chris Manuel 4 months ago +2

      @Sin Queen No it wasn't. That was Gordon trying to make a showoff over the top bourgeoisie grilled cheese for Michelin star chefs, and it was awful. It's not like it's the first time he's failed miserably at cooking either. He's on video multiple times screwing up basic recipes. It's just proof that celebrity and money don't equal talent. He got where he is by bullying other people and being over the top. I can't name two "signature dishes" he's ever made, but I can name a dozen times he's had a meltdown. Celebrity chefs can't cook.

    • Gen Seven
      Gen Seven 4 months ago +9

      @Sin Queen I'm pretty sure the network would have let him take a second take on the video when the first one failed. He burned the bread and failed to melt the cheese. Yeah I'm pretty sure a star like Gordan Ramsey could have had a second chance if he wanted...he just didn't want it.

    • Sin Queen
      Sin Queen 4 months ago +3

      To be fair to him though, that but was network controlled. Not Gordon controlled, so you can’t really blame him for doing what he was told to do

    • Cas Potato
      Cas Potato 4 months ago +5

      I am here for the, completely deserved, slander

    • recoil53
      recoil53 4 months ago +8

      The chef couldn't even tell his pan was too hot.

  • Sam Gallagher
    Sam Gallagher 4 months ago

    My first time watching good mythical kitchen.
    I have subscribed. Y’all are awesome!

  • Squiggles Alamode
    Squiggles Alamode 4 months ago

    As a San Luis native, the way “Luis” was pronounced in the beginning was accurate with out-of-towners. Also accurate that SLO sourdough is the best. Those guys literally threw packages of bread at me at the end of the farmers market because they didn’t want to bring it all home. I can easily make a bread winner joke, but I really did win, that bread is beautiful.

    • Alye
      Alye 4 months ago

      We used to come back from every trip to visit my grandparents with so many loaves for the freezer. So good.

  • Jonas Lamb
    Jonas Lamb 3 months ago

    Loved the fun of this episode.

  • Joe
    Joe 3 months ago

    The key is to put the mayo on the inside of the bread, so you get the tang added to the cheese, makes it a little creamier, and you still get the butter in the outside of the bread.
    I can't believe they didn't do a single round where the inside of the bread was spread.

  • Chris Greene
    Chris Greene 4 months ago +28

    I would totally watch a stream of these 4 playing Mario party on the switch. Great idea Trevor

  • Drew Chandler
    Drew Chandler 4 months ago

    I've used sandwich spread, which is similar to Big Mac sauce instead of butter or Mayo. It's good, it's a little sticky but the flavors there. Also I like a thick brioche 👍🏾

  • Jeremy Kurtz
    Jeremy Kurtz 3 months ago

    I've made grilled cheese with garlic seasoning on the outside to make garlic bread grilled cheese. It's pretty good. Just don't expect a classic grilled cheese taste.

  • Katie Taylor
    Katie Taylor 4 months ago

    the best grilled cheese I ever had was when I used some expensive melty creamy cheese that I tried at random for funsies.
    I don't remember what cheese it was ;-;

  • Nat
    Nat 4 months ago

    Trevor definitely won the condiment challenge with the pepperoncini juice 😋😂 I love adding pickled jalapeños to mine so that sounds delicious. Truffle mayo sounds interesting though

  • Gorilla bich
    Gorilla bich 3 months ago

    I always go Extra Sharp Cheddar. that extra pungency in the extra sharp really goes well with the bread.

  • Wes Mills
    Wes Mills 3 months ago

    The absolute best condiment for a grilled cheese sandwich is French onion dip! Specifically Heluva Good brand. I started it at a very young age when I’d have a side of chips and dip with the sandwich and I will never turn back.
    Another thing I have recently been doing is doing the normal butter outside, but spreading Mayo on the inside. Gives it more flavor and isn’t as dry

  • Becki Barnes
    Becki Barnes 3 months ago

    Love the show! Those girls have got to get their hair under control. Love the personalities and the and the fun!

  • Collin Schiebel
    Collin Schiebel 4 months ago +1

    25 minutes of grown adults chewing with their mouths open. Gotta love it

  • Zael Devyon
    Zael Devyon 4 months ago

    The real secret to an amazing grilled cheese is grilling the inside of the bread, not the outside. Toasty crunch inside, fluffy soft on the outside so you don't shred the roof of your mouth on sandpaper toast. You're welcome.

  • Raelyn Loftis
    Raelyn Loftis 4 months ago

    Sourdough is abundant in CA and it is something I miss so much having moved away. I love love love THAT exact bread! My mom has packed a loaf of it in her suitcase to bring to me ❤️

  • Travis
    Travis 4 months ago

    I watched this and went and made a grilled cheese on wheat bread. I grew up with parents pretty similar to what Vi and Josh both described, but idk. I still love a grilled cheese with wheat bread. Nostalgia I guess.

  • Sophia Kennett
    Sophia Kennett 3 months ago +3

    My mom actually taught me to use mayo a year ago when I asked her how the gets the bread so toasty and crispy, and I've been doing it since. It honestly doesn't seem like it should be as good as it actually is

  • Robin Smith
    Robin Smith 4 months ago +71

    I really need to know how Nicole makes grilled cheese in a microwave now...

    • shadebug
      shadebug 4 months ago +1

      @Betty Anderson nice

    • H Yu
      H Yu 4 months ago +1

      Microwave bread and cheese first then toast on high. Guaranteed cheese pull. Works with quesadillas better

    • Betty Anderson
      Betty Anderson 4 months ago +2

      my 69 year old mom uses the same method

    • shadebug
      shadebug 4 months ago +2

      Never done this but surely the thing would be to toast the bread, microwave the cheese by itself and then apply melted cheese to the toast.
      I do regularly microwave sandwiches but only for twenty seconds because it turns out that just heating cheese makes it tasty, it doesn’t actually need to melt

    • Juliana Mariz
      Juliana Mariz 4 months ago +3

      I just butter or margerine and microwave for 10 seconds, if you put a little bit of oregano it tastes amazing

  • Chris Ramirez
    Chris Ramirez 4 months ago

    It's so funny having grown up with San Luis Sourdough in the house as a kid that seeing Josh putting it on a pedestal is super weird. It's just good sourdough, it's not magical. 😂

  • geekydee
    geekydee 3 months ago

    Trevor's pepperoncini juice, closest to my fave of pickle juice. Go Trev!
    ps I do the first 3 but use American (and Gouda, Havarti, Swiss, and sharp cheddar, and fried bologna, hot dogs, or Spam once in a great while)

  • Jem Carstairs
    Jem Carstairs 15 days ago

    As someone who lives in Wisconsin, hearing them say cheddar "wasn't artificial enough" killed me

  • Tristan Conway
    Tristan Conway 4 months ago

    So I got a question sometimes when making toasted sandwiches I spread mayo on both sides and have a bit of butter in the pan, what do yall think about that, like does that just sound like calories central?

  • WinnieBae 4Alwayyz
    WinnieBae 4Alwayyz 4 months ago +263

    *I know tomato soup isn't considered a condiment, but I couldn't imagine eating a GC with anything else...*

    • magin10011 hills
      magin10011 hills 4 months ago

      Saaaame

    • Stravvberries
      Stravvberries 4 months ago +1

      I’m the same way!! And it’s also the reverse to me. I cannot have tomato soup without grilled cheese 😤

    • Wil Edge
      Wil Edge 4 months ago +1

      @Jake Moresea grilled cheese is the same as a toasty. Grilled cheese doesnt even make sense anyway the grill is the hot bars in the top of the oven

    • Redhot Candy
      Redhot Candy 4 months ago +1

      @Anthony De Tie I need to try that, it sounds delicious

    • Anthony De Tie
      Anthony De Tie 4 months ago +1

      @Matthew Enfinger
      Yup. Tomato bisque. I used to do tomato soup, but it is bland and watery after having the bisque. I'll never go back.

  • Don VanDenBerg
    Don VanDenBerg 4 months ago

    Best grilled cheese I've ever made was mayo, dark rye, with smoked cheddar and a little goat cheese.

  • Stella👄𝐹**СК МЕ - СНЕ𝒞𝒦 𝑀𝒴 Р𝑅𝟢𝐹𝐼𝐿Е🔞

    The chemistry between them all is amazing

  • Andrew Betts
    Andrew Betts 4 months ago

    Just tried the pepperoncini juice with a grilled cheese and that is a fire combo!

  • Sakrysta
    Sakrysta 3 months ago

    Oh man, I so need a grilled cheese now...

  • Failed Fortitude
    Failed Fortitude 4 months ago +118

    The look on Nicole’s face after Josh said her family was disappointed in her lmao priceless

  • Christine Bubb
    Christine Bubb 3 months ago

    One day I was rushing through a grocery store when a kind woman asked me if I'd like to try a sample of a grilled cheese sandwich made on store brand rye bread served in a small plastic cup with a crinkle cut dill pickle chip alongside...I can still taste it in my mouth as I type this. Best sample EVER!

  • Ethan Cooper
    Ethan Cooper 4 months ago

    I made my grilled cheeses fancy the last few times I made it, I switched from craft cheese to pepper jack

  • Jeondosa James
    Jeondosa James 3 months ago

    You missed my favorite - old cheddar on rye bread. Butter spread on the bread. Oh, and just to be clear the only thing a grilled cheese can contain is cheese. Adding anything else makes it into a melt

  • Michael Lasfetto
    Michael Lasfetto 4 months ago

    5:29 Grilled cheese on artisanal wheat bread with tomato soup is the best!

  • Shialee
    Shialee 4 months ago +125

    I'm glad I'm not the only one who caught that Vi was wrong too. She got 1/4 not 2/4 🤣