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Breakfast Sandwich

  • Veg
    • 25 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy



    Your breakfast sandwich is delicious and you simply can’t get enough of it. While that’s good news, the bad news is that in getting a quick breakfast from your most loved bistro, it is likely that the sandwich also contains a healthy measure of fat, cholesterol, and calories.

    Despite the fact they taste great, these sandwiches can burden you even before your day has begun. So chuck out the drive-through with the delicious homemade breakfast sandwich recipe we have for you.

    This breakfast sandwich is cheesy, tender, juicy, and just scrumptious! The best part is that you get to prepare it at home so you can always experiment with the ingredients to cut back on calories and/or fat content.

    All you require is 5 minutes! Using this recipe you will get 5 servings.

    This breakfast sandwich is stacked with eggs, ham, and Mexican cheddar sandwiched in a warm English muffin. Devour as is or with hot sauce in case you like a blazing hot breakfast!

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    How to Make Breakfast Sandwich

    1. Take a large-sized nonstick pan and heat it over medium-high. Sprinkle 1 Tbsp oil.
    2. With its cut-side down, place your English muffin on half of the pan space. Side by side, break 2 eggs 2 eggs on the other half portion of the pan and crack the yolks using a spatula.
    3. Once you see that the eggs are almost cooked, dust with salt and pepper to taste, 1 tsp fresh chives, and half of the shredded cheese.
    4. Put toasted English muffins over the eggs cut-side-down and gently using a spatula.
    5. Turn over the sandwich, egg-side-up. Dispense ham over half of your sandwich and cover with more cheese. Bring the sandwich together and take away from heat.
    6. Serve!


    • Although the elements for the breakfast sandwich have been basic components of breakfast meals for quite a long time in the English-speaking part of the world, it was not until the nineteenth century in the United States that people started to frequently eat sandwiches with eggs, cheddar, and meat
    • What is called "breakfast sandwiches" today gradually turned out to be really popular after the Civil War. The first ever printed recipe for a "breakfast sandwich" was found in an 1897 American cookbook.


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