Grilled Cheese Fries
While surfing Pinterest recently I came across a post for Grilled Cheese Fries. I was searching for something yummy to serve for a football playoff party. Our crowd would definitely love a good cheesy fried snack for the big game!
Welcome to the first 2018 monthly Pinterest Challenge Blog Hop, hosted by My Pinterventures. The purpose of this Pinterest Challenge is to motivate all the participants of this hop (and you too) to not just pin, but to make it happen! So this month, I chose to make these Grilled Cheese Fries!
Gather these two simple ingredients and let’s get started! There are few steps to the process of making these yummy cheesy fried treats.
I am a sucker for recipes using crescent rolls! Follow my Crescent Roll Recipes Board on Pinterest!
Begin by rolling out the first package of crescent rolls. Pinch the seams together prior to rolling out. A light dusting of flour will keep the dough from sticking to your rolling pin. I laid out wax paper on my counter to work on so clean up would be easier.
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Next cut the cheese in small square pieces, not too thick and lay them over the rolls. The Mozzerella cheese I sprinkled on top is not part of the recipe. It’s just me going overboard.
It is okay for the cheese not to be touching. The cheese will melt and fill in all the gaps while cooking.
Take the remaining Crescent Rolls and create the top to completely cover the cheese.
A light dusting of flour will make the rolling process smoother. Grab your rolling pin! It is always fun to make things in the kitchen using a rolling pin, isn’t it!
Roll over the top with your rolling pin a couple of times then fold the entire thing in half and continue to roll. Then, yes fold it one more time and roll some more! All the folding and rolling will create those layers.
Time to cut into pieces for frying!
Cut yours as wide as long as you desire. That will depend on how many folks are about to enjoy these delicious Grilled Cheese Fries!
Use a nice big skillet for the deep frying process. Fill only about half of the skillet with your preference of oil and preheat. I only fried a few at a time and I do not recommend filling the skillet with too many at once. These do not cook like french fries. They will stick together while frying so don’t over fill the pan.
Do you remember that this recipe is a Pinterest challenge for me? I learned that the cheese escapes into the oil causing the oil to get darker the more you fry. It also makes cleaning the skillet really fun too, if you know what I mean.
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Were they good? YES!!! These Grilled Cheese Fries were scrumptious! They are a bit of work but so delicious!
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- 2 (8 count) Tubes of Crescent Rolls (name brand work best)
- 16 oz. Processed Cheese (like Velveeta)
- Oil for frying
- 3 Tbsp. flour
- Sprinkle surface with flour to prevent sticking
- Lay out one package of Crescent Rolls and pinch seams together to create one large rectangle
- Cut the cheese into thin square slices and lay out side by side on top of Crescent rolls.
- Top with remaining Crescent Rolls pinching the seams together to create a top crust.
- Roll out with a rolling pin.
- Fold in half and roll with rolling pin again.
- Fold in half one more time and roll once more. Folding and rolling creates the layers.
- Heat oil in large skillet.
- Deep fry a few at a time until golden brown.
- Drain on paper toweling.
- Serve and enjoy!
Must Have Kitchen Tools
- 5 Blade Adjustable Mandolin Slicer
- Black&Decker 1.5 Cup Food Chopper
- Cuisinart 5-in-1 Griddler
- 5 Blade Spiralizer
Anytime you make something with cheese – these fries, mac and cheese, etc., squirt a little ammonia in the pan or dish along with soap and water. Let it set. Gummy cheese lifts right up! Miracle.
That is good information to have!
These look delicious!!
What a fun idea but they do look a bit messy!
So glad you joined the party! have a great weekend.
Um, I think I need to go make these right now…despite being 10:30 at night, lol. They don’t have to be pretty to be delicious! Pinning!
what a deliciously good idea! I’d love it if you went by and shared it at our What’s for Dinner party!
Um, where the heck have these been?! I so need to give this a try. I wonder if it would work with regular American cheese?
My husband does the after dinner clean up/dishes at our house and I know he wouldn’t be amused with having to scrub this pan! But I know we’d both love the sampling process 🙂
These look so scrummy!! Will have to do some research on what crescent rolls are as we don’t have them here in Australia. But I’m sure I will find something because I know my family will love these.
Messy food is often the best food! But I am with you, the clean up needs to be reasonable! They do look so good though! Thanks for the tips and for sharing!
The grilled cheese fries sure look good. I am just not sure I want to deal with the cleanup. I guess it is worth for a special occasion.
I have pinned that photo a time or two and would never have thought that these cheese fries were made with crescent rolls! I don’t much like a recipe that is messy and labor intensive either and feel like they should come with warning labels. At least they were scrumptious though; that’s a huge plus!
They do look delicious! Great for that once in a while special occasion!
These look amazing! My mouth is totally watering. I think my kids would eat these up!
Looks delicious and dangerous with all that gooey cheese!
These look tasty, but that does look like a lot of clean up! I’d love them too if someone else made them for me!
These look so yummy and cheesy. I love the simple ingredients, but it did look messy. So perfect for the playoffs and the Super Bowl.