Yummy Lunch from a Yummy Breakfast

Remember the yummy breakfast – Eggs in a Basket?
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My sister has made cheese sandwiches using French Toast for bread. So I thought I could make a sandwich by starting out with the Eggs in a Basket as bread.

Make the Eggs in a Basket. Use them as a basis for a sandwich. While the Eggs in a Basket are still in the skillet, add some cheese on half of it, like shown.

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Then add ham or bacon or sausage on top of the cheese.

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Add more cheese on top of the ham.

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Flip the other side of the bread over to make a sandwich.

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Grill both sides on a slow heat until the cheese is melted.

All  done.


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Does this look yummy or what? There is a crispy crust from making the Eggs in a Basket and then
it is grilled again with cheese (I use American – people around my house like American cheese).
I think bacon in this sandwich would be perfect but I had ham left over from a smoked ham. (My nephew bought
a smoker and for a while there, we were having smoked meat every weekend. Yum. Sometimes it was a little TOO smoky, but the boys got that
under control. The first time they smoked a ham, the smoke smell was in my house for days.)

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So there you go, a yummy lunch (dare I say a MAN’S lunch?) made from a  breakfast food.

Best wishes,
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6 comments

  1. My hubby would love this. I wanted to let you know that I nominated you for The Versatile Blogger award. You can check it out here. http://mylifesatreasure.blogspot.com/2012/07/another-award-this-is-my-lucky-week.html
    Have a great day

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  2. Great idea. I found this through the Create and Inspire linky party. I linked in a pork and apple curry.
    Have a lovely week.

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  3. Ok, seriously that looks yummy! Thanks for sharing at the "Sunday Stop"
    Hugs,
    Bj

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  4. Thanks so much for adding this to the Our Favorite Things Link Party. Have a great week.

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  5. Thank you for sharing your creativity at Potpourri Friday at 2805!

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