Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Monte Cristo Sandwiches

Something easy and sweet for Dinner...My neighbor told me about Monte Cristo Sandwiches, a few years ago. Good stuff!

So, blogger was down and then my Internet was down for the past week. Grumble. Did you miss me?

And my house is a wreck, too many things to do. Having a battle with chores this week.

Would rather sing and cook. Or sit down with some kettle corn and fresh orange juice and watch a movie...or 6. Yeah, some days it beats cleaning.

But can't do that. Then my mess would be multiplied. What a world!

That is where Monte Cristo Sandwiches come in. Thankfully, making them doesn't require a huge mess or too many pots and pans to clean. E.A.S.Y.

And it fulfills that sweet tooth urge. If you like grilled cheese and french toast...then this sandwich is for you!


8 slices of bread, I used Marble Rye
2 large eggs
1/4 cup buttermilk, or milk if you don't have buttermilk
Sliced Turkey meat
Sliced Swiss cheese, or I used MontereyJack cheese
Fresh Jam

To make:

Set everything out, so you are ready to assemble and make.

Mix eggs and milk in pan. Dip one side of bread in egg mixture. Place on hot skillet.

On top of bread, place cheese, then meat, then cheese again. Top with another slice of bread (top part of bread dipped in egg mixture). If you know how to make grilled cheese and french toast, then you are golden!

Cook on skillet, until browned on both sides and cheese is melted.

Slice and serve with jam. Sprinkle with powdered sugar. Num Num.


Melissa said...

MMMMM! I can't wait to try this....thanks Nicole.

Brian and Juliana Masters Family said...

So, I made these sandwiches for dinner tonight (minus the powdered sugar) and my husband, Brian, who is a fabulous cook, said, "Hun, these are gourmet level sandwiches!" Yay for Nicole!! :)

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