Bacon Monte Cristo Finger Sandwiches
Do you love sandwiches and bacon? Me too! Sandwiches and bacon go perfectly together. Would you be interested to try something new in your old sandwich recipe? Want a tasty school lunch for your child? Don’t worry! We have here an exciting sandwich recipe that will make you and your family ask for more. Introducing the Bacon Monte Cristo Finger Sandwiches.
Sandwich is a food item that consists of one or more types of food placed on or between slices of bread. The sandwich is originally a portable food item or a finger food that had its popularity in the western world. This is a popular type of lunch food that is typically taken to work, school or picnics. Sandwich got its name from the namesake of John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich. Mayonnaise, Ketchup and Mustard are the popular condiments used in a sandwich. There are many meat varieties that you can put in the sandwich. You can choose between chicken, ham, bacon or tuna slices. Aside from the meat choices, Sandwiches won’t be complete without the crispy lettuce, juicy tomatoes and lots of cheese (better if it is melted). You might be asking yourself what types of bread are you suppose to use for your sandwich. You can choose between the wheat bread, plain or whatever you have handy in your kitchen.
Here is some information on the ingredients used in this recipe. Bacon oh bacon! Make sure to properly cook the bacon to achieve the perfect tender and crispiness. Bacon is a meat product from pork that is cured. Wonder where did the salty taste came from? It is because a large amount of salt is used to cure it. Curing is a process of food preservation where it involves the use of salts, nitrates, nitrites or sugar. Butter is a dairy product made by churning fresh or fermented cream or milk to separate the butterfat from the buttermilk. It is used as a spread or a condiment especially in sandwiches. Aside from bacon, you can also add deli ham to make this recipe meatier. Want this sandwich oozing with creamy goodness? Don’t forget to put in lots and lots of cheese.
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