Monte Cristo Sandwich
You can never have too many sandwich recipes, as they can be eaten at any meal from breakfast, lunch to dinner and in between. This "Monte Cristo Sandwich," recipe is a good sandwich inspiration to try something new.
This Monte Cristo sandwich is good morning, noon or night. It's a simple variation on the classic ham and cheese combination, and so delicious. This is a great sandwich recipe to try if you have some leftover ham that you would like to use up. A Monte Cristo is the best tasting ham and cheese sandwich, it also has a name that sounds extra special. This Monte Cristo sandwich recipe is made with ham, cheese, and mayonnaise, then dipped in egg and cooked just like french toast, to make it extra delicious. This sandwich really does work well for any meal for breakfast you might want to serve it with a bit of preserves and/or powdered sugar, you can even use a bit of honey, brunch, lunch or dinner you can do the same. Some of the ingredients you will find in this delicious sandwich include eggs, sturdy white bread, mayonnaise, sliced baked ham, shredded gruyere cheese and salt and pepper. Once you try this recipe once, you're sure to try it again. For the full recipe details, you'll want to take a look at the recipe site.
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