December 2, 2012

Deli Cordon Bleu Sandwich

If I am going to eat a sandwich during these cold, Winter months, it better be warm and toasty with gooey melted cheese.  This sandwich was all that and it tasted amazing. You can have it on the lunch or dinner table in a matter of minutes, which means more time to spend on that Holiday shopping most of us have left to do.  Half of us ate this with the honey mustard and the other half with the cream cheese and mayo mixture and both were delicious.  This is a keeper.  

Deli Cordon Bleu Sandwich
adapted from: Chef-In-Training
(Printable Recipe) or (Printable with Picture)

2 slices Texas Toast
3 thin slices chicken deli meat (I used golden)
3 thin slices ham deli meat (I used black forest)
2 slices Swiss cheese
2-3 slices cooked bacon
1 oz. cream cheese, softened
1 Tbl. mayonnaise
1/4 tsp. bread crumbs
Honey Mustard
2 Tbl. mayonnaise
1/2 Tbl. prepared mustard
1/2 Tbl. honey
3/4 tsp. lemon juice

In a small bowl, mix softened cream cheese, mayonnaise and bread crumbs together; set aside.  Or, combine all honey mustard ingredients; set aside.  Butter one side of a piece of texas toast and place butter side down on a heated skillet over medium heat.  Top with cheese, deli meat and bacon.  Take other piece of texas toast and spread cream cheese/mayo mixture or honey mustard on one side and butter on the other side.  Place on top of sandwich in the pan, butter side up. When bread is toasted and golden, carefully flip sandwich over to toast other half.  Serve.  Yield: One sandwich.

Jenn's Notes: The honey mustard will make more than you want to spread on your sandwich, but I like to serve the extra on the side to dip my sandwich in.  

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