Egg & Sausage Casserole

Posted on June 22nd, 2010 by Danielle.
Categories: breakfast, casserole, easy, eggs, sausage.

8 slices of bread (remove crust)
1/2 lb. sharp cheddar cheese
1 1/2 lbs. link sausage (fry and cut into 1/3)
6 eggs
1 tsp. salt
2 cups whole milk
1 can green chilies

In flat greased casserole pan, layer bread, sausage & cheese.  Pour egg mixture over and let stand in refrigerator covered overnight.  Bake at 325 for  45-60 minutes.

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Fancy Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Posted on May 25th, 2009 by Danielle.
Categories: cheesey, easy, lunch, sandwich.

I have this sandwich that I make and every time I make it, I love it more.  I thought I’d share it.

Fancy Grilled Cheese Sandwiches – Serves 2

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Ingredients:

1- Avocado
1/2 lb fresh sliced roast turkey
1 Tomato
2-3 Slices Provolone cheese
Bread
Butter
1 large can of Tomato Soup – your choice.  I love this one.

Start by buttering the back sides of four slices of bread.  Take the non buttered side of one of the slices and compile the sandwich as follows: 1 slice cheese, thin sliced avocado, thin slice tomato, slice of cheese, 1/4 lb turkey, thin sliced avocado, cheese.  Then put another slice of bread on top, butter side out.  Set this one aside and make the next sandwich the same way.  Heat a Large flat skillet on Medium heat.  Place sandwiches butter side down and allow to brown on one side for 2-4 minutes.  In the meantime heat up the of tomato soup. Flip the sandwiches and heat the other buttered side for an additonal 2-4 minutes.  Watch the bread so it doesn’t burn, you want just a nice golden crisp.  When the sandwiches are done, cut them diagonally and serve them with the tomato soup….Ahhh.

Follow The Recipe Extra:

In order to just crisp the bread and still make the cheese nice and melty, I suggest that you pop the sandwiches in the microwave for about 1:00 on high heat.  Then put the sandwiches into the pan to cook.  This will start the cheese melting and allow you to take the sandwiches off when the bread is perfect.  I also suggest doctoring up your tomato soup with some extra basil, and parmesean cheese…sooo good.

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