By Sharon123 on April 10, 2007
Photo by lazyme
Photo by lazyme
"Double the pleasure! Adapted from Cooking With Paula(Deen) magazine. I don't eat bacon, so adapted this to suit my taste. Actually, you could make this without the bacon and it will still be good. Sometimes you could skip toasting the bread, and yep, it'll still be great. I hope you enjoy."
Serving Size: 1 (190 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"It took me a while to find vegetarian bacon and when I did I found the taste to be a little bland (I guess I expected more since I keep kosher). But overall, it was a really good sandwhich, and it made for a nice, light supper."
"Yummy! I used untoasted bread, a fresh garden tomato, and iceberg lettuce for this great sandwich. So simple and so good. Thanks Sharon for sharing. Made for Football Pool - week 5. Congrats again Sharon on your win!"
"So tasty! We used Morningstar Farms bacon and it tasted delish! We will definitely make this again. Next time I might make mine a single sandwich cause it's really filling. Thanks!"
"DH LOVES blt's and having a double decker, he was in heaven! I did use turkey bacon and whole wheat white bread with romaine lettuce. Omitted the fresh basil and added pepper and mayo to my sandwich but used Miracle Whip on DH's sandwich. A lot easier to make this way and not have to run into the kitchen so often. Thank you hon for posting one of my favorite Food Network's Stars recipe. Made and reviewed for the game forums Summer Spectacular '09."
"*Yum* ! IMHO the only sammie better than a classic BLT is a dbl decker BLT, so this was a winner for us. Adding to our doubled pleasure was being able to use fresh tomatoes from the garden of a friend. I used untoasted whole wheat sandwich bread, reg smoked bacon & no salt. If you love BLTs as we do & 1 is never enough, this fills you up & leaves you looking forward to the next one! Thx for sharing this recipe w/us. :-)"
"Now why didn't I think of this? So simple and so, so good! I used brown sugar bacon instead of the vegetarian bacon but otherwise made as posted. I can't wait to make them with my garden ripe tomatoes! Thanks for posting a keeper, Sharon!"