Potted Meat and Scrambled Egg Sandwiches


Tammy Brownlow Recipe

By Tammy Brownlow DoughmesticGoddess


Rating:
Serves:
6
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Method:
Stove Top
Comments:

This is pure comfort food from childhood. I know it sounds odd but it brings back tons of memories. I remember having these sandwiches on beach picnics when my father was stationed in Hawaii.

Ingredients

6
eggs, lightly beaten
1
can potted meat
12 slice
bread
mayo
1 Tbsp
butter
salt and pepper to taste

Directions Step-By-Step

1
In a medium skillet melt butter. Add eggs. Cook until you reach soft-scrambled stage add potted meat. Cook until eggs are done. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
2
Toast bread lightly. Spread mayo on toast slices. Evenly spread egg mixture on toast slices. Add top piece of toast and enjoy (:

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Eggs
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids


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11 Comments

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Jul 27, 2015 - Tammy Brownlow shared this recipe with discussion group: Sandwiches Only.
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Dorothy Kimball-Boszak dotbee
Aug 16, 2013
I looked..and found it on line. I`ve never seen a can marked "potted meat" that I can remember......but I`ve used the other canned meats. This has more of a "pate" texture? I suppose that their corned beef could be used as an alternate? Thank you for coming to my rescue so quickly. "It helps"
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Tammy Brownlow DoughmesticGoddess
Aug 16, 2013
www.armour-star.com/prod_potted.asp

Dorothy if you copy and paste this link it might help. Libby's makes potted meat also. It's sold on the same isle as spam, tuna, and canned chicken.

Hope that helps
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Dorothy Kimball-Boszak dotbee
Aug 16, 2013
I`m afraid that I don`t know what potted or potting meat might be....I`m guessing that it is probably "canned".......but in what form/ and is it beef..pork.. chicken or? by the time I get this out someone will probably have answered my question... or there will be other enquiries. It sounds good.
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Tammy Brownlow DoughmesticGoddess
Aug 16, 2013
Sometimes it's just nice to have recipes from our childhood (: