Saturday, May 7, 2016

Roast Beef and Fried Egg Sandwich

Saturdays my mom often made a breakfast style meal for supper, along with a cup of tea. I learned how to make this Sandwich in Grade 8 Home Economics class. Do they still have those classes in school today? I was so impressed that I learned something new and it was something I could actually make for my family, I made it that very weekend. A great way to use up leftover roast beef.
I will give you the list of ingredients, and you make your sandwich according to how many you are feeding. For one sandwich you need  the following -

  • toasted bread or bun of your choice
  • mayonnaise
  • your favorite mustard
  • 1 small onion, caramelized (thinly sliced and fried slowly on low heat in a bit of butter or oil until you have a deep brown color)
  • 1 fried egg
  • leftover roast beef or store bought sliced cooked roast beef that you can purchase at the deli counter
  • cheese
Voila, with some pickles on the side that is all you need. Enjoy.



5 comments:

  1. That sounds like my kind of sandwich.

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  2. Fried eggs are my "go to" but adding roast beef and cheese - perfection! I still use some of the recipes I learned in Home Economics (i.e. Tea Biscuits, Apple Crisp, cookies).

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  3. I'm going to print this out so I have it handy to use the next time I cook a roast for Sunday Dinner!

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  4. Sounds like something my son would like. I wish they still had Home Economics classes in the school, Our school here just took wood shop away, I wonder soon if any of our children will know how to do anything of these things anymore - then what?

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