Tag: sandwich

Pimento Cheese

Pimento Cheese

Pimento Cheese (aka Southern Pâté)

Chicken Sandwich

Chicken Sandwich

At times you have this leftover chicken or turkey and what are you going to do with that? Well how about making this sandwich.

Fried Bologna Sandwich

Fried Bologna Sandwich

Fried Egg Bologna Sandwich. It’s a typical Southern sandwich. Also called a poor man’s steak sandwich. It’s very easy to make, and delicious.

Ingredients

  • 2 slices of toasted bread
  • 1 slice of thick bologna
  • 1 slice of cheddar cheese
  • 1 egg
  • mayo

Instructions

  1. For this sandwich I use the cast iron skillet. Turn the stove on and put a small amount of grease in the skillet. Add the bologna and brown on one side. You will see a bubble in the middle cut that with a knife. Now add the egg to the skillet, when both are done turn the bologna and the egg over, and fry the bologna and egg. Spread the mayo on the bread. Add the fried bologna, then the cheese and last the fried egg. Top off with the other slice of toasted bread with mayo. And enjoy this simple sandwich from the South.

Fried Bologna Sandwich
 
Prep time
Cook time
Total time
 
Ingredients
  • 2 slices of toasted bread
  • 1 slice of thick bologna
  • 1 slice of cheddar cheese
  • 1 egg
  • mayo
Instructions
  1. For this sandwich I use the cast iron skillet. Turn the stove on and put a small amount of grease in the skillet. Add the bologna and brown on one side. You will see a bubble in the middle cut that with a knife. Now add the egg to the skillet, when both are done turn the bologna and the egg over, and fry the bologna and egg. Spread the mayo on the bread. Add the fried bologna, then the cheese and last the fried egg. Top off with the other slice of toasted bread with mayo. And enjoy this simple sandwich from the South.

 

Schnitzel Sandwich

Schnitzel Sandwich

Ingredients Porkloin 1 cup of all purpose flour 2 cups of bread crumbs 2 eggs 1 tbsp water Season all tomato Bibb lettuce German Broetchen Ziploc bag Instructions Turn the deep fryer on to 375F. Cut the pork loin in medallions. Put the pork in 

Muffuletta Sandwich

Muffuletta Sandwich

Muffuletta – (moof-fuh-LEHT-tuh or moo-foo-LE-ta) – Its nickname is simply “muff.”
Who created the first muffuletta is a matter of dispute, but food critic and historian Gene Bourg uncovered a likely scenario. he interviewed elderly Sicilians who lived in the French Quarter for many years. “They told me vendors used to sell them on the streets, as did Italian groceries,” he says. “The name refers to the shape of the bread. ‘Muffuletta’ means ‘little muffin.’ Italian bakers made muffuletta loaves and sold them to Italian delis. The delis then wrapped the sandwiches in the same paper the bread came in, so the sandwich took on the name.”