How to Make Dagwood Sandwich
For the Bread
- Put a non-stick pan on the stove.
- Put a quarter of the slab of butter into it.
- Take the slices of bread and put them in the pan over melted butter.
- Toast the slices for a minute or until they turn slightly brown.
- Flip them and toast the other side of the slices as well.
- Once, the slices are done, remove them from the pan and set them aside until they are needed for assembling.
For the Egg
- Let the non-stick pan stay on stove on low flame.
- Add another quarter of the slab of butter into it.
- Once, the butter has melted, break open an egg into it.
- You can also whisk the egg before frying it. It is your choice how you make them except don’t scramble the eggs.
- Season the egg with salt and freshly ground black pepper as it fries.
- After 2 to 3 minutes, flip the egg to fry the front.
- Place marble cheddar cheese slices on the egg and cover the pan to let the cheese melt.
- Once, the cheese has melted over the egg remove the egg from the pan and set it aside until it is needed for assembling.
For the Bacon Slices
- Grease a baking sheet with a quarter of a slab of butter.
- Place the bacon slices on the sheet.
- Season them with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
- Let the bacon cook at 425 degrees Fahrenheit for at least 20 to 30 minutes.
- Once it releases all its fats, you can remove it from the oven and set it aside until it is needed for assembling.
- Take the toasted bread.
- Slice the tomato into thin slices.
- Place a couple of slices of tomatoes on one slice of the bread.
- Place the two cooked bacon slices on top of the tomatoes.
- Place the fried egg on top of the bacon.
- Place the other slice on top of the egg to close the sandwich.
- You can add another layer of the same ingredients to make your sandwich taller.
- The Dagwood sandwich was invented through a comic book named Blondie!
- Dagwood sandwich is a really tall sandwich.