Open-Faced Breakfast Sandwich

201: cut square from piece of bread and place in buttery pan

2:drop en egg from eggshell into whole

3:move egg around until egg fills square

4:add ham

5:add cheese

6:add square that you cut from bread in number one

7:pat down bread square onto melted cheese

8: enjoy your open faced breakfast sandwich

I have done this on more than one occasion – you can substitute bacon or sausage for the meat and the egg could be scrambled before placing in pan.

Video: How to Make the Ultimate Breakfast Potpie

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Woven Bacon Makes The Perfect BLT

54579b27-7e6a-4f0c-a1c2-62e5640dc95b.jpeg;base64Here is a great tip I am going to use from now on. I tried this once and it really made the perfect BLT. For one, every bite had the perfect two layered bacon flavor that is perfect for a BLT. The second benefit was that the bacon didn’t slide around on the sandwich which always seems to happen to me. Simply cut bacon strips in half and weave them together as seen in the first picture. Place on aluminum foil (for easy cleanup) on any baking dish and cook at 350 degrees until the desired crispness of the bacon is desired for you. This works on turkey bacon as well as regular. This would also make the perfect topping for a juicy burger I would think as well.

Sliced Baked Potato

1098261_383817188411438_1267599817_nThis looks so good – I had this in a folder for awhile and found it when i was thinking about what “new” I could make for dinner. They came out so good – we sprinkled them with cheddar cheese and a dollop of sour cream and added chives and bacon bits. The toppings made their way inbetween the slices and it was really good and so simple. If watching caloried use low fat/fat free sour cream and cheese and skip the bacon bits.

Boil Bacon In WATER?

bacon boil water fry cook healthy country and victorian timesFirst place the bacon in a fry pan filled with water with just enough water to cover the bacon. Then place the pan on the burner (at high temperature) and let it cook. Cook it till it snaps and hisses at you and then reduce the burner to medium. The water cooking allows it to be fully cooked without browning so there will be  no burnt outside and it will still be chewy inside.

On a side note after you see the bacon shrink a bit you can wash the pan and bacon and then put bacon back in the pan to continue to cook. This way you will loose some of the grease and bacon will be a little healthier to eat. You can also do this with ground hamburger that will be seasoned.

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