• Nat'l Sandwich Month - 4

    From Dave Drum@1:18/200 to All on Sun Aug 13 12:24:26 2023
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    Title: Pancake Sandwich
    Categories: Breads, Pork, Eggs
    Yield: 4 Servings

    1 lg Egg
    8 oz Lemon-lime or club soda
    1 3/4 c Aunt Pajama's Pancake Mix*

    Per serving
    2 lg Eggs; cooked as desired
    Salt & pepper
    1 sl Cheese
    1 sl Ham
    3 sl Cooked bacon
    2 Sausage patties
    Softened butter
    Jam or jelly or fruit
    - preserves

    * separate recipe - or buy Aunt Jemima's at the store.

    Into blender, put egg, soda and prepared pancake mix.
    Blend at high speed until smooth, 1 minute. Allow 1/3
    cup batter for each 6" pancake.

    Make eight (6") pancakes. Serve each diner two pancakes
    and let them assemble their sandwich from the prepared

    Makes four substantial breakfasts.

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  • From Dave Drum@1:2320/105 to All on Fri Aug 25 17:11:00 2023
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    Title: Furikake Tomato Sandwich
    Categories: Five, Breads, Vegetables
    Yield: 2 Sandwiches

    Salt & fresh ground pepper
    1 lg Very ripe heirloom tomato;
    - thick sliced across
    4 sl Soft white sandwich bread *
    Mayonnaise; for spreading
    Furikake rice seasoning; to
    - sprinkle **

    Salt and pepper the tomato slices. Lightly toast the
    bread. (butter optional and not listed)

    Spread a generous amount of mayonnaise on each slice of
    bread, then sprinkle with furikake. Divide the tomato
    slices between 2 slices of bread, then sandwich with the
    remaining bread.

    Cut the sandwiches diagonally and eat immediately.

    * I used thick cut wheat bread from Hy-Vee's bakery.
    It worked out very nicely.

    ** You can find furikake, in all its flavor iterations,
    in most Asian supermarkets and online. In a pinch, you
    can also pulse in a mini food processor 1 (5-gram)
    packet roasted seaweed, 1 teaspoon coarse kosher salt
    and 1/2 ts granulated sugar until fine, then stir in
    2 teaspoons sesame seeds or everything bagel seasoning,
    and a pinch of MSG, such as Aji-No-Moto brand seasoning.

    By: Eric Kim

    Yield: 2 sandwiches

    RECIPE FROM: https://cooking.nytimes.com

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