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2 Amazing Breakfast Sandwich Recipes


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Brian Kennett

Amateur Chef and Foodie Extraordinaire

2 Amazing Breakfast Sandwich Recipes

Jude Jude and Wifey needed feeding. I looked in the fridge and tried to get creative and came up with 2 Amazing Breakfast Sandwiches. One for Jude Jude and one for Wifey. Very Chef-like. But, actually quite simple to make. These were incredible Breakfast Sandwich Recipes, says me blowing my own trumpet. But believe me, they were. Let me take you on the journey of these Breakfast Sandwich Recipes. Seriously easy to make, and you will seriously impress if you serve this up. Just follow the steps. 

2 Amazing Breakfast Sandwiches
Jude Jude’s Deconstructed Egg and Bacon Sandwich, is number one of the Breakfast Sandwich Recipes.
  1. Take 2 slices of white bread and cut the crusts off;
  2. Butter with salted butter and set aside;
  3. Get your oven on at 240 degrees;
  4. Take a baking tray and line it with silver foil;
  5. Lay in 2 strips of streaky bacon – give a crack of black pepper and a sprinkle of garlic salt over the bacon;
  6. Get that in the oven and cook the bacon until it is crispy – I turned it once;
  7. Pat that in some kitchen roll to remove the excess fat;
  8. In go the bread slices, butter side up, onto the bacon fat, and back in the oven – it’s basically going to make Brioche bacon fat fried bread – oh yes;
  9. In parallel fry an egg sunny side up;
  10. Plating time;
    1. Place the two bread slices down;
    2. On one spread some Dijon mustard and BBQ sauce;
    3. Then cut the bacon in half and lay it on top;
    4. Pop the egg on the other slice of bread and give it sprinkle with sea salt and cracked black pepper.
  11. Stand back and admire your work and listen to the sounds of grazing.
2 Amazing Breakfast Sandwiches
Wifey’s Blue Cheese ‘w’ Bacon and Honey Open Sandwich, the second of the Breakfast Sandwich Recipes.
  1. Take one slice of white bread and cut the crusts off;
  2. Butter one side with salted butter;
  3. Take a baking tray and line it with silver foil;
  4. Pop in 2 slices of streaky bacon and sprinkle with some garlic salt and cracked black pepper;
  5. Get that in the oven at 240 degrees until nice and crisped – I turned it once;
  6. Once crispy pull the bacon out and put on some kitchen roll to get rid of excess fat;
  7. Pop the bread into the baking tray on the bacon fat, butter side up – yep Brioche and bacon fat fried bread again;
  8. Crumble over some Blue Cheese and get that in the oven until the cheese melts and the bread is toasty;
  9. Plating;
    1. Place the cheesy bread slice on your serving plate;
    2. Slice some baby cherry tomatoes and lay them over the cheese;
    3. Give them a sprinkle of sea salt and cracked black pepper;
    4. Lay the bacon on top as per the picture;
    5. Drizzle over the top with some honey;
    6. Garnish with something green.
  10. Stand back and admire your great work once again. This was a bloody beauty. Flavour explosions. WOW!!!

2 Amazing Breakfast Sandwiches were a great success today. I had about 1/3 of Wifey’s and it was a cracker. Jude Jude shouted to me how much he loved his too. Success. So easy, so stunning when plated, and so tasty when eaten. Give them a crack folks, my Breakfast Sandwich Recipes. Seriously good food and food heaven when plated. Go on, you know you can do it.


The history of the humble sandwich

The sandwich is a common food that can be found almost anywhere in the globe. It has developed into a mainstay of the contemporary diet and comprises of two pieces of bread with filling sandwiched in between. But how was this straightforward and delicious cuisine created? Let’s investigate the sandwich’s past.

The sandwich has been around since the 18th century in England. According to legend, the first individual to sandwich meat between two slices of bread was John Montagu, the fourth Earl of Sandwich. According to legend, the Earl, a gambler, requested that his cook bring him some meat sandwiched between two slices of bread so that he could eat it with one hand while he kept playing with the other. This was because the Earl did not want to abandon the gambling table to enjoy his meal.

The sandwich rapidly gained popularity among the English aristocracy. Since the working class frequently ate bread with cheese or meat on top, the concept of sandwiching meat between two slices of bread was not completely novel. The sandwich, however, was a more transportable and practical lunch option.

In the late 19th century, the sandwich’s appeal crossed the Ocean to the United States. The sandwich was loved by people from all areas of life and developed into a significant component of American cuisine. With their extensive selection of fillings and bread varieties, sandwich stores and delis gained popularity.

The sandwich grew in popularity even more during World War II because it was a quick and simple meal for the troops. The “meat and bread” meal, which was basically a sandwich made with canned meat, cheese, and bread, was first developed by the US Army. The sandwich came to represent the resourcefulness and inventiveness of Americans.

The sandwich has numerous variants and interpretations today and has spread throughout the world. There is a sandwich for every flavor and situation, from the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich to the more exotic banh mi and falafel sandwiches.

In summation, even though the sandwich originated as a square meal for the English aristocracy, it has evolved into much more. It now stands for ingenuity, practicality, and adaptability. It is a dish that has endured through the ages and will be loved for many years to come. 

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