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Monday, June 25, 2012

Recipe: Bacon-Cheese Dreams


Need an easy lunch or dinner?  How about a delicious open-faced sandwich?  I served these the other night with a salad, and it was such a simple dinner.  Here's what you'll need for:



Bacon-Cheese Dreams

Ingredients:
1 slice of bread for each sandwich you'd like to serve.
bacon (cooked, 1-2 slices per sandwich)
tomatoes (sliced, 2-3 slices per sandwich)
1 slice of American cheese for each sandwich

Directions:
Lightly toast the bread in toaster.
Place cooked bacon pieces on toast.
Cover with tomato slices.
Cover with slice of cheese.
Using broiler-safe pan, place sandwiches under broiler for about 3-5 minutes, or until cheese is melted.  WATCH carefully!

You can eat these with your hands, but sometimes it's easier to cut them up, and use a fork --because the sandwiches are still hot!  My mouth is watering as I write this post.  I'm thinking we're going to be making these again soon!


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5 comments:

  1. Grandma used to make these and so did I. Did you remember?
    Love,
    Mom

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  2. Since my boys love anything involving bacon, I think we may have a winner here! Thanks for sharing! Angie

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  3. Your dish looks delish! Did you come-up with that name? I think it fits perfectly. I should try this one sometime.
    I hope you could come by and link-up your delicious dream at link party I am having every Friday called Passion Parade.

    Thank you so much for visiting me. I am now following you :)

    xo
    Myric

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  4. Great recipe. Would you be happy to put up a link to it in my Food on Friday – Bacon Series.

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    1. Super that you linked in. Have a great week.

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