03
Nov
08

Breakfast for Dinner: BLT Fried Egg and Cheese Sandwich with Oven Fries

BLT Fried Egg and Cheese Sandwich

Yes, it was delicious.  How can you go wrong with fried eggs, bacon and cheese?  And my personal favorite, tomatoes?  This is so fast to make. On the side I served another really easy side-dish solution:  Alexia Rosemary and Olive Oil Oven Fries.  I love Alexia’s frozen potatoes, including sweet potato fries – they come out really well every time.  I just toss them with some olive oil, put them in a pyrex baking dish (because my cookie sheets all tend to bend and warp at 450 degrees) and turn them once halfway through cooking.  Sadly, of course, you have to use more olive oil to make them resemble fries, but they are still pretty good if you keep it healthy by just using a minimal amount of oil.

I used Take and Bake Italian Peasant Bread (Cub and SuperTarget both sell this) for the sandwiches, just taken from the package and toasted.  I really like this bread because you can put the packaged loaf in the refrigerator for a day or two, unwrap it, bake it, and it’s like fresh.  It doesn’t take a trip to the store the same day to have pretty good bread.

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1 Response to “Breakfast for Dinner: BLT Fried Egg and Cheese Sandwich with Oven Fries”


  1. November 5, 2008 at 7:47 pm

    Thanks for adding us to your blog roll, we payed back the same respect 😉
    My husband is the pickiest eater, I told him no you have to check out this blog the recipes seem simple & the pics of the food is great. So he did and he came back saying he was hungry, but wanted a BLT fried egg. LOL!
    So we are going to attempt in making it this weekend. Yum!


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