DIY Flamin’ Hot Doughnut Grilled Cheese, Corinne VS Cooking #20

DIY Flamin’ Hot Doughnut Grilled Cheese, Corinne VS Cooking #20


Well, hello there again internet. Corinne here, and you’re watching Corinne VS. Cooking. Hold on. First things first, Have you seen this video? What is even happening? It’s a doughnut grilled cheese that melts down into tomato soup. Pewww!!! You know how much I love grilled cheese, and this has just taken it to the next level. We do have to go shopping first for a couple different things including a banana hammock. (wait, is that what that thing is called?) No, a banana hanger. You’re so silly. We also need a donut cutter and one of these cloche thingies that helps to melt the cheese. We don’t need any help cuttin’ the cheese though. Hahaha πŸ˜€ So I guess you could say, we’re getting started. Shall we? Goin’ to the store~ Getting the supplies~ Now, I was just gonna go to Krispy Kreme and pick up some already made donuts. But you know I can’t live my life like that. I gotta try to make my own damn donuts. This is exciting. I’ve never made donuts before. Store number 1, here we go. I love this place. Yes, here we are. Right off the bat: banana hanger! By the way that video tried to say it was a pretzel hanger But that sh*t is a banana hanger. Don’t try to be all fancy when you not, okurrr? Can’t find a donut cutter But these should work, right? Sure. Cheese Melting Grill Dome. All up in your dome. We did it! Store number two. All we need here is some stuff to make our tomato soup Don’t need tomatoes though, because I have a secret tomato surprise for you when we get back home. We also need a few things to make our donut grilled cheese happen, and that’s it. We did it! Now it’s time to go make some magic happen. First, we have to get our secret ingredient out of the basement. Yes! It’s the tomato sauce I made from scratch in the Pizza Pot Pie video. I just googled how long homemade tomato sauce stays good in the freezer for. And, it said 4 to 6 months. I think it’s been longer than 4 to 6 months. Let’s see. 6 months ago! I think we’re in the clear, you guys. I’m going for it. I’m going to remove it from its cryogenic state by slowly melting it in a pot on the stove. This takes some time, so while that’s happening I’m going to prepare my other soup components. We have to chop our veggies Which is always this easy, and then add them to the dutchie with some butter. Now, I’m just letting them cook slow and low for about 30 minutes. Next, I’m just adding some vegetable broth. Going to let that simmer down now with vegetables for a while. Guess what? Our tomato sauce is nice and hot now. Smells delicious! All of this is going to go in here with all of this. Just-a like-a this. Now, you’re just going to immersion yourself and blending it all up with your immersion blender. And f*ck yes! This is some great tastin’ soup! I am very, very, very proud of this soup situation. Take a shot, bitches. Going to let that cool and pack it up in some airtight containers. Can this go back in the freezer for another 6 months now? I don’t know! What I do know is that it’s donut making time. I’ll be following this recipe right here. You’re on notice, recipe! Better not f*ck me up! Ok, dissolve yeast. Check. Add all of these other things. Check. Mix and beat…beatbox. *Corinne beatboxes* Alrighty. Now, we just add a little bit more of this and then get our hands in there until everything is fully mixed together. Then we just have to cover it and let it rise for an hour. This actually looks pretty good. See how it stays dented when I press down on it? Yeahhhh. Now, I’m supposed to flour everything and roll it out very gently. And then cut out my donut shapes. Dough not get too excited because then we have to cover them again for another 40 minutes. And you know what? These are lookin’ pretty good right here. Top Chef, here I come! Next, I’m simply making a vanilla glaze with powdered sugar, butter, vanilla, and water. YASS. You glaze girl. Now, it’s time for the big fry. We just have to fry each donut for about a minute on each side and carefully remove them, drain them, and dip them in our glaze. Corinne, you are Top Chef. Look at these little masterpieces! Haaa~ It is getting pretty late though, so I’m gonna have to store these in here until tomorrow. So tired. I think this little note should keep away any would-be intruders until I wake up. Rob: Damn, are these Krispy Kreme? Look at that. Oh sh*t. Hmmmm. Corrine: Yes, such a beautiful day to make some donut grilled cheeses. WHAT THE F*CK!? *Gun shot noise* Actually, you know what? I don’t even care. Because time has not been kind to my donuts. They’re all flat and soggy. Not even mad at you Rob. GFY. Just mad at myself for storing them in this f*ckin’ glass Dome of Dumb. I guess some things are just better left to the professionals. Yeah, I don’t have time to make anymore by hand today. So thanks Vortex Doughnuts. You’re the best! *Corinne whispers* Can y’all hit me up with some free donuts? Let’s just get past our failures and move on, ok? First, we have to slice our donut in half. Wait, should I use two tops instead of a top and a bottom? The answer is yes! Now, we top that with cheese and cover them with the dome to melt the cheese. Ah, wait, wait, noooo. Oh, that’s too much melting, but that’s okay. I can fix this, and it’s still looking good. All right banana hanger. Check. Soup. Check. Basil. Cheeeeck. Donut grilled cheese? Double check. Noooo. Hahaha. That’s not how it’s supposed to work. Still taste amazing though. You know what? I think this hook is the problem. So I’m just going to remove that sh*t and give it one more go. This time it’s just one donut because I’m not really in the business of wasting donuts. You know what I’m sayin’? Here we go. Here we go! Now, we just have to put our donut on here like this, and f*ck yeah! This is what life is all about people. Look at that melting amazingness! And it’s actually pretty easy to carry too! YEAH! I’ve just brought my favorite summer pastime of eating tomato soup and watching Beauty and the Beast. To the next level! Gaston: Belle, it’s about time you got your head out of those books, and paid attention to more important things…like me!! Ugh. Gaston is such a dick. *Corinne mouths ‘f*ck you, Gaston!’ Well, alrighty then. This is the best thing I’ve ever tasted So I’m gonna have to go now. I have important business to conduct. As always, we want to know what projects you want to see us try here on the good old Threadbanger. So, leave your suggestions in the comments down below. Don’t forget to subscribe, like up this video, and I’ll see you later. See ya real later. Hahahahahahaha.>:D You have a date with Destiny. Bye!

100 thoughts on “DIY Flamin’ Hot Doughnut Grilled Cheese, Corinne VS Cooking #20”

  1. Yeah, as long as it stays frozen and freezer burn hasn't occurred, there literally isn't a time limit on how long food stays good in a freezer – you know, because it's frozen. It's the freezer burn that ruins it.

  2. 6:42 you know who else is a * beep*,Malfoy from Harry Potter or how he likes to introduce himself "Malfoy,Draco Malfoy"

  3. Pretty sure I have that exact glass dome. It doubles as a punch bowl! Also donut grilled cheese, tomato soup, and Beauty & The Beast is the best combo ever.

  4. I know your next experiment:grilled cheese tacos! Just saw a video for it and that shit is right up your alley. I May be a little annoying and comment on other videos because i really want you to try it(not RobπŸ˜‚)

  5. OMG!!! I've seen this video twice and I missed the pun!!! You missed the pun!!! You should have put "Doughnot eat!!!"…..

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  7. I know I am uh *Late*, but frozen tomato sauce is best quality for 6 months but it's safe to eat for quite awhile after that. If it's constantly at 0Β° it'll be good forever.

  8. The reason your donuts were flat is because when you cut them out at 3:47 you twisted and you're not supposed to. It steals the donuts at the edges and when you fry it the air bubbles can't escape

  9. I love how careful Corinne was with the tomato sauce, making sure it was still safe for her to eat. My mother would've been like "Nah it was in the freezer you're fine." and its like a million years later XD

  10. I want an actual grilled cheese with tomato soup now also you can just cut a circle out of a grilled cheese for that

  11. How is it the Corrine is so good when it comes to cooking but it looks even better when it is against Rob

  12. You shouldn't have twisted the cutter when you were cutting out the doughnuts that seals the edges which doesn't let the doughnuts rise like they should

  13. The donut is flat because you twisted the cookie cutter to the dough which seals the rising of the donut / deactivate s the yeast

  14. I'm on a threadbanger marathon and accidentally watched the pizza pot pie video right before this, feels weird πŸ˜€

  15. In loveing memories of Corinne.
    She died after eating to Much grilled cheese donuts
    She whas betrayed by the BANNAHANGER.

  16. I got my Threadbanger leggings I’m excited to wear them today to show that I fucking love u guys πŸ–€

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