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Ham and Cheese Sandwich

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Nutritional information

246
Calories
16 g
Protein
28 g
Carbohydrates
9 g
Fat
4 g
Fiber
859 mg
Sodium
174 mg
Calcium
2.4 mg
Iron

Ham and Cheese Sandwich

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
    • 10 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    The ham and cheese sandwich makes for a delicious go-to snack to help get rid of those hunger pangs instantly.

    The fact that it is quite fulfilling makes the ham and cheese sandwich a good option for lunch and dinner!

    It can be prepared in few minutes and you would not even be requiring a lot of ingredients for it!

    Here’s the simple recipe for ham and cheese sandwich.

    Health benefits

    The quick and tasty ham and cheese sandwich makes for a delicious breakfast or a quick lunch meal. It has a decent amount of protein which we know is super important for the healthy growth of nails, hair and skin.

    A whole wheat bread used in preparing this sandwich can give you a good percentage of your daily fiber intake. The iron present in the sandwich can help improve blood function and a good quantity of calcium can help you maintain strong bones.

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    How to Make Ham and Cheese Sandwich

    • Preheat the broiler.
    • Mix cream cheese, chopped basil, mustard and grounded black pepper thoroughly until a thick and smooth paste is formed.
    • Take a baking sheet and place four whole wheat bread slices on it.
    • Now, spread 1 tablespoon of the cream cheese mix on each of the bread slice.
    • Top each of the bread pieces with an ounce of ham slices.
    • Sprinkle a tablespoon of cheddar cheese over the half sandwiches and put top bread slice on all four sandwiches.
    • Broil for 2 minutes or until the cheese melts and bread is lightly browned.

    Note: you can add more toppings, cheese and meat according to your taste.

    Trivia

    The sandwich is named after Lord Sandwich, a gambler who didn’t have the time to eat during the plays so he would order his servants to bring him pieces of meat in between the slices of bread.

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