Cheeseburgers. Don't they taste good? This Researcher thinks they do, anyway, and he's come up with a recipe that makes a cheap, easy, low-grease cheeseburger-like sandwich, in the comfort of your own home - basically a grilled cheese sandwich with roast beast1.
- 2 slices of bread
- 1 slice of roast beast
- 1 slice of American cheese, such as Velveeta2
- A bit of butter or margarine
Prepare your Tools
Take a non-stick skillet that will hold the bread and place it on the burner of your stove.
Get a knife and a spatula3 out; place them on a plate for now, since you don't need them until you actually start.
Prepare your Ingredients
Use the knife to spread butter (or margarine) on one side of each slice of bread.
Place the cheese and roast beast in between the slices to make a sandwich; the butter should be on the outside of the sandwich, not the inside - the buttered side faces out. This is what makes the sandwich an attractive, tasty, gold colour - that 'Midas touch'.
Put your sandwich in the skillet on the burner.
Turn on the burner to a medium-low temperature; use the spatula to flip the sandwich every minute or so until it is a nice golden-brown on the outside.
Turn the burner off and move the sandwich onto a plate; use the knife (again) to cut the sandwich into triangles4.
You made it; eat it! Hopefully, the cheese should be melted to the bread and meat; eat it while it's still warm. Best if served with Campbell's Tomato Soup (use milk instead of water; it's good that way. Add some cheese, too).
A sesame-seed bun instead of buttered bread is rumoured to be a good substitute. If you want a real cheeseburger, instead of some stupid little luncheon meat sandwich, fry up some ground beast (ground turkey's quite good, too) - the amount you want on a sandwich - pressing it semi-flat into a skillet on medium heat. Turn, press, turn, press, and eventually it will end up hot, cooked, and tasty. Add one slice of cheese, and voilà! You have a real cheeseburger.