2/3 cup milk
1 packet 1/2 packet of onion soup
Turkey (more than one kind)
3 tbs butter
Cranberry sauce (optional)
*Butter the jellyroll pan
*Make sandwiches (bread, two slices of two kinds of turkey, and Swiss cheese slice) and cut them into small pieces (I cut each into 4)
*Beat eggs, milk, and onion mix
*Dip sandwiches into the mixture then place them in the pan
*Bake for 20 mins on one side then flip them over for another 10 minutes on medium heat
*Let cook and take out of the pan
*Sprinkle with powdered sugar
Taste even better with cranberry sauce!! It was all gone! YUMMMMM
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look pretty darn good> especially at 2 am
They were bite size! Wish I can give you some!!
add some nutmeg and cream to the egg mixture + place a piece of bacon on the melted cheese
then pray for me :p
Will do that next time 😉 Thanks for the tip 😀
They look so GOOD! Ansam, you need to tell us how hot the oven is for baking the Monte Cristo. And you trimmed the crusts! They are so elegant!
I preheated it at 220… then decreased it to 180 when I placed the pan. After a bit I lowered it even more to 150, when I flipped them over it was at around 50 only
Oh my God! Abeeeeeeeeee
U reminded me of our good ol’ days in Baniggins in Colorado!
Its was me favorite! And I never ordered anything else lol
But I liked it with Rasberry sauce instead of cranberry
Try it with rasberry, its amazing!
Its cool that u made it baked and not fried, a little less sinful 😉
I remember how much you liked it 😀
I will get raspberry next time
Ansam … they look delicious! Will raspberry or cranberry be served as dipping sauce? I’ve seen something where cranberry sauce was used instead of mayo!
Thank you for the recipe, I will try it … en sha’a Allah
Yeah dipping or spreading over! I had one today again at The Early Bird hehehe
How do you come up with these things ? 😛
hehehe what do you mean?
Eeeee I loved it!
Yeah try rasberry … Really yummy
🙂 Will do
i never ate a turkey , widdi ajarbah !
Try it and let me know what you think 😉
They look so gooood!!!
I love cranberries in my turkey sandwiches.
Me too 😀
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