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Great light dinner. I subbed multi-grain English muffin and used deli sliced Black Forest ham and sliced havarti. Will be making this again.

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Mikekey February 10, 2013

I made this recipe on 5/3/12 for the " Down On The Farm " Event in the Food Photo Forum. Due to my tastes and what was on hand a few changes were made and they are as follows, instead of using a poached egg, a fried one was used. Second change, I used two very thin slices of breakfast ham that was sliced into strips. Third and last change, colby jack cheese was used instead of one of the suggested cheeses. And like Chocolatl, I think I will undercook the egg a bit next time. And I agree, it was a very good sandwich. Thanks for posting and, " Keep Smiling :) "

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Chef shapeweaver � May 03, 2012

I used shredded Mexican cheese and English muffin bread, but I think I'd have liked it better with an actual muffin. LOL I'll have to remember to undercook the egg a little more next time. It's a very good sandwich. Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl April 17, 2012

This was delicious and just what I needed for a quick supper.I used a bagel and it worked great.

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NoraMarie February 17, 2011

Just for me!!! All of it!!! lol
I loved this, I used cheddar cheese and also added a rash of bacon with the ham and served on a cheese and bacon muffin...ohhh yum!
This also reminded me of Mc D's eggg and bacon muffin.
I don't buy muffins for breakfast much but I loved this!
Thanks Deb

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Tisme October 12, 2010

I loved this! I used havarti cheese and it really hit the spot for breakfast. I will make this often. Thanks for sharing.

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Lainey6605 December 31, 2009

I made a huge spiral sliced ham for our Christmas gathering and was in search of a way to use up some of it. This recipe fit the bill perfectly. I used a toasted English muffin and a slice of American cheese. Kinda reminds me of my college days and heading off to McD's for a 'egga-muffin' the morning after. Thanks a bunch Debbwl!

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour December 27, 2009

Easy peazy! Loved it! I used country ham (the real salty kind :yumy:) and shredded cheddar cheese! Loved that I had time to put this together -- stick in the oven and then finish my make-up before work and when I was done voila -- breakfast is served! My picky DH loved his too! Thanks for posting! Made for Holiday Tag December 2009!

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~SarahBeth~ December 23, 2009

I made this for breakfast for a lazy Sunday breakfast this morning. I subbed bacon for the ham and made one with poached egg and the other with a fried egg,and topped it all off with some Colby. A totally delicious way to start the day.

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Noo December 19, 2009

Made this for dinner after I put the girls to sleep. I used your technique for poaching eggs and I had it with swiss cheese. Yummy and I'll make it again

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littlemafia December 17, 2009
Ham & Egg Under a Blanket