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Depending on the size of your skillet or flat grill, one sandwich may need to be made at a time. Heat a skillet on medium heat and add the butter (add half of the butter if making one sandwich at a time). As the butter is melting, lay each piece of bread on the butter just enough to coat each side of the bread.
Lift the bread slightly with a spatula to take a peek at how the bottom side of the bread is browning. As soon as the bottom sides of the bread are lightly browned, turn the bread over and add the cheese on top. Then add the jalapenos and salsa. Carefully turn one side of the bread over onto the other one to make a sandwich.
Continue to cook the sandwich until the outside pieces of bread are lightly browned and the cheese is melted. Serve hot right out of the pan by itself or with soup.
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