My DH loves these sandwiches, try to cook the egg until just slightly soft so the the yolk runs when you bite into it! The amounts listed are only a guidline you may adjust to taste, I usually use 2 eggs for one sandwich, throw a couple slices of bacon or a pork breakfast patty on also, *SOOOO* good! :)
I just came up with this one night after discovering my fiance doesn't like tuna. I just had to try to convert him... and I did! I didn't measure, just kind of dumped stuff in, so I'm estimating on some measurements. Feel free to adjust mayo, breadcrumbs, etc. for desired texture. The quantity can be 2 BIG buns or 4 regular sandwiches.
Tom made this up one day (one of those day before grocery shopping days!). It has become a staple lunch meal in this household ever since. It's great because you can buy a bag of those precooked boneless chicken breasts and toss a lunch together. Note that these ingredient amounts ARE correct, the sandwich ends up being very messy. You can cut back if you want, but there's just something in an ooey gooey chicken sandwich that makes this girl's heart sing :-)
Original recipe was from the Star Trek Cookbook back in the 70s. As Philocrates says One starts to understand why Kirk was so upset when the Tribbles ate his sandwich. It is a Chicken and Beef Reuben style. Due to the way it it written, the recipe for the sandwich and a recipe for coleslaw, the nutrition for one sandwich is not correct. The Coleslaw recipe makes more than a single serving.
Did you ever eat a grilled cheese sandwich and wish you had made a little more? This solves that problem...using three slices of bread. I also like to add cooked bacon slices and thin sliced tomato to this.
I found this on the "Light & Tasty" website but I modified it to fit my tastes. It has a kind of Greek flair to it! Feel free to play around with the seasonings to suit one's preference as I did! I think it could also be served in a pita pocket as well.
This is a simple, healthy, delicious way to start your day! It's a lot like the Dunkin Donuts Turkey & Cheddar Flatbread, but this recipe uses whole wheat flatbread, low-fat cheese, and turkey bacon to keep the calories & fat to a minimum. And I think it's just as good as the 400 calorie version that you get from DD!
This is my first recipe submission & I'm nervous but excited! I modified this recipe from recipe #15344 to suit my dietary needs. Feel free to play around with the ingredients. It's delicious & healthy, too. Enjoy!
This is a recipe that cooks up fast and can be frozen for many future quick suppers. My mom used to make this for us at least a couple of times a month and we all loved it, especially my brother, Matt!