It’s difficult to accept that it’s as of now been a year since Disney released the recipe for their iconic grilled cheese from Woody’s Lunch Box in Hollywood Studios, however here we are again on National Grilled Cheese Day with new twist that will bring a sample of the theme park to your kitchen.
This year, Disney dropped the recipe for the buffalo chicken grilled cheese from ABC Commissary, additionally situated at Hollywood Studios, one of Walt Disney World’s four theme parks in Orlando.
Like the past recipe—which they tried out theirself and can affirm is ludicrous, over-the-top and absolutely delicious—this version uses four types of cheese, and rather than margarine outwardly of the bread you spread a far layer of mayo to get a crispy crust. They was a doubter yet it works, trust their.
This adaptation calls for whipped cream cheese rather than ordinary cream cheese, which gets mixed utilizing a hand mixer with shredded chicken and hot sauce. For the speediest work, get a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store as opposed to cooking it yourself!
Get the estimations below and for the full step-by-step recipe (which makes 4 sandwiches), look at the Disney Parks Blog site.
To make the Buffalo chicken filling, combine 2 cups shredded chicken, 1 cup whipped cream cheese, 1 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese, 2/3 cup shredded cheddar cheese, and 1/2 cup buffalo hot sauce using a hand mixer.
Spread the filling, along with two slices of provolone cheese, between thick slices of sourdough bread. Spread a tablespoon on mayo on the outside of each slice of bread and cook in a large preheated skillet over medium-low for two minutes per side.
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