Monday, November 28, 2011

Ham and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich


Ham and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich by frances robson

Good morning and welcome to South Georgia on a rainy Monday morning but we are rejoicing over every drop.  Not looking forward to the cold weather  coming in afterwards but in every life a little cold must fall in the winter. 

I am sharing one of our favorite breakfast sandwiches with you for it is good, nutritional, and easy.  This is so easy that if you put the ingredients out, older children can fix their own for you to toast in the oven.  If you have a low broil setting, use this so the ham will curl but not burn and the cheese will get to the bubbling stage without burning.

So follow along and here we go.

 Split the English muffins and place a slice of sandwich meat ham on one half of the muffin.  Put in oven on low broil. Use and ham your family likes and I used turkey ham for these.  You can also use Canadian bacon.


 

While the ham is heating, place shredded cheese of choice on other half of the English muffin.  I use several type of cheese and on these I have cheddar and farm cheese.



Place in the oven and cook until the cheese is bubbling.  Remove from the oven and place the 2 halves together for a sandwich.  So easy and so good.



A tip for shredded cheese:
Buy cheese by the block for it is cheaper and grate a mixture of choice and keep in refrigerator for topping sandwiches, casseroles, pizza or any other dish needing cheese.  You can also grate the individual types of cheese and store in separate containers according to type of cheese.  I like to use a coarse grater but you could use your food chopper also. 

Another ingredient you can add on top of the ham is a thin slice of apple for a little crunch and a sweet flavor.

Try these and let me know how you like them.

Ya'll come back to see me and enjoy the sandwiches.

Nuff said,

The Georgia Peach

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