Sunday, January 16, 2005 :::
You cannot substitute Pam™ for butter when making grilled cheese sandwiches.
On planetdan, this is what we call a "knowledge transfer".
Learn from my mistakes. You've been schooled.
::: posted by dan at 5:55 PM :: [ link ] :: (5) comments
5 previous comments:
Lower fat versions of grilled cheese do not compare to the real thing. I have made grilled cheese using butter flavored Pam before & it was OK. I'd make it again.
By hot babe, at 10:47 AM
It's not necessarily the flavor that was the problem with the sammich. It was more that the Pam threw off the grilling balance, so that the bread cooked way faster than normal way before the cheese had even gotten a chance to melt. I realized this almost immediately and tried to turn down the heat to compensate, but this didn't help too much. So I had burnt bread and only slightly melted cheese, and the whole thing didn't have the normal consitency of a grilled cheese sandwich, it seemed more just like cheese on toast. Of course I ate it anyway.
By dan, at 12:29 PM
I would like to say "word" on the butter flavorid Pam issue. However, I'd also like to give a shout out to pam with flour - mmmm.... it makes the baking of a bundt cake so much easier.
By Alyssa, at 8:13 PM
Yes, but don't plan on keeping it for too long. The flour gets clumpy if old.
By hot babe, at 11:31 PM
It actaully works great if you do the sammiches in the oven - nice even browning - nice even cheese melting - yummy!
By cursingmama, at 11:07 AM
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