Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Bacon Avocado Chicken Melt w. Garlic Butter // Breakfast Quiche

I love making food for Paul and I weekends. But I get tired of making breakfast food sometimes. 

Saturday we woke up by 10 but laid in bed being lazy until almost noon. It was lovely. By that time we were STARVING and we decided that we should eat something awesome. But nothing in me wanted to cook up breakfast foods. Then I remember a sandwich I'd seen here

I knew I didn't have basil, and that I had farmers sausage, not bacon but I thought I would attempt the sandwich anyways. And instead of garlic basil mayo, I'd make Johnny's Garlic Spread Mayo. 

It was an excellent sandwich. 

While the chicken was cooking in the oven I got the cheese out, sliced up my avocados, got the lettuce ready, sliced some tomatoes and for Paul sliced some onions. 



Then I assembled the veggies on the sandwiches.

Then it was time to melt cheese over the chicken, atop garlic mayo and bread.


Mozza and Parmesan Cheese for me, Pepper Jack Cheese for Paul.

Then I added the hot sausage and avocado to the veggie side.


Smoosh it all together and voila!


Again you can see the recipe here.
You should make this sandwich. 

Sunday morning I knew I was planning to grocery shop so I wanted to use up most of my leftover vegetables. I decided to fry up farmers sausage, onions, and peppers. Also I steamed Broccoli and added it at the last moment. I sauteed the veggie mix in onion and garlic salts, and a little bit of Taco Seasoning at the end.


Then I mixed up an egg and egg white mixture, poured it on top of the skillet and baked the whole thing in the oven for 20 minutes or so (check every so often to ensure proper cooking and that it wasn't burning). Oh and I topped it with cheese, obviously. 


It came out looking beautifully! I then cut it like a pie and served it with guacamole, salsa and sour cream. Love.

We ate well this weekend. Also that explain the less than stellar numbers on the scale this morning. Yikes. Back to salads!

1 comment:

The Porters' Lodge said...

that sandwich looks amazing! I think I'm going to have to try it.

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