Recipe by Kevin
"A memory of a great sandwich from my childhood my Mother would make. Always a treat for morning, noon or night meals. These are so good, everyone should try them. Let me know how you like them. Serve with your favorite chips."
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slice bologna (such as Bryan®)
salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
whole wheat bread, toasted
mayonnaise (such as Hellman's®)
prepared yellow mustard (such as French's®)
ketchup (such as Hunt's®)
1 thin slice
Kevin my mom made these for us too and the three of us all loved them! These days I normally make Taylor Ham, egg and cheese sammies but I just had to try this on my gang and they Yummed them all down! The only thing I did differently was grill the bread in a buttered skillet instead of making toast. Thanks so much for the comforting memory Kevin!
Anyone even thinking about this recipe needs to try it. My husband makes a very similiar sandwich for me all the time. It is almost the same as Kevin's, except he does not add the onion ( I am going to try it though) and he grills the sandwich after it is assembled (like a grilled cheese). There is just something about the combination of flavors that is just amazing. The fried egg with the mix of condiments and the pickle, OMG Yum!!! If anyone has access to Finnish mustard, this is what we use and prefer to yellow mustard.
Huge hit with the kids--especially the littlest. I made only two small changes which was using sliced cheddar cheese instead of American and I omitted the onion for the boys as they don't like it (chopped up in bologna spread, no problem but full slices, they pass). They both ate their sandwiches and asked for another. Winner!
Loved this as a kid. I’ve tweaked it over the years. Unless you score the bologna, it will bubble up in the center and cook unevenly. I now cook the bologna in the Panini press. The only other thing that I do differently is that I scramble the egg with a couple of shots of the “Creole Torpedo” (Frank’s Louisiana Hot Sauce). I then top it with cheese and finish it off in the Panini press until the cheese is just starting to melt.
My husband wouldn't even try this, but me and the kids thought the pickle really made this sandwich! We left off the mayo and ketchup, but we really enjoyed it.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Kevin's Toasted Honey Wheat Berry Bologna and Egg Sandwich
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 536
** Calories from Fat: 341
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