Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Superbowl Sandwiches

Bacon and cheese and ham, oh my! 

This recipe comes from my husband’s family.  Making these sandwiches are a Superbowl tradition for them and now for us.  They are greasy and cheesy and fatty and oh so good!  So even though the Superbowl is over for another year, these sandwiches can invoke that pig-out spirit all year long!

These simple sandwiches are broiled in the oven.  Here’s what you need to make 1 sandwich:

1 slice Sourdough bread
Onion slices to taste
3 slices of Ham
2 slices of Cheese
2 strips of cooked Bacon
Mustard and Mayo to taste

Cook the bacon and turn on the oven broiler.  Toast the Sourdough and spread on it the mustard and mayo.  Then layer on the other ingredients in this order: onion slices first, then ham, cheese, and top with the bacon.  Place on a baking sheet.

Pop that bad boy in the broiler.  Our oven is gas so the broiler is at the bottom of the stove. 

Ignore what looks like bird doops, we are renting, so who knows what that is.

Anyway, broil the sandwiches for about 5 minutes, or until the cheese is melted and gooey.  Then dig in to that deliciousness!

Like I said, the ingredients I wrote out are what you need for 1 sandwich, so obviously increase to make as many as you need. 

These go great with chips, salsa, guacamole, spinach artichoke dip, nachos, cocktail weenies, bean dip…

Mmm, already waiting for the next Superbowl!

Hope you try these!  Thanks for reading! 

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