Carole's StoryAnyone that knows me knows that I love potatoes..any way I can get them. I found this and stopped dead in my tracks...honestly, I am in heaven right now! What is not to love about this sandwich?!
My new Breakfast sandwich for sure..add a fried egg and you DO have breakfast!
*smoked sliced bacon, fried crisp and drain well on paper towel
*potatoes, cut into med. slices (not in chunks)
*cheddar cheese slices
*green onions, chopped using greens as well
*sourdough or french bread slices
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*garlic powder with parsley
*salt and pepper (lightly used)
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1In a fry pan heat enough canola oil to lightly cover bottom of pan and place potato slices to cover bottom of pan..salt and pepper. Cook until tender and browned nicely. Then drain potatoes on paper towel and sprinkle with a pinch of garlic powder.
2While potatoes are cooking, cook bacon until crispy and drain well on paper towel. You could use Canadian bacon..fry until warmed and browned on each side before adding to sandwich.
3Generously butter slices of bread on the outside of each piece only..place 1 T. or more of sour cream on the side that is not buttered...lay one piece of bread buttered side down in a fry pan and add cheddar cheese, then potato slices..(about 5-6 per sandwich) if desired add a little more sour cream at this time,then add green onions, bacon pieces..then add another slice of cheddar cheese before topping with other slice of bread. Grill on both sides until golden brown and cheese is melted. ENJOY! (picture is sour cream on the bread for the inside of sandwich before grilling)
Carole F BakersQueen - Mar 7, 2012
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!
Bob Wakeman Bigcatfish - Mar 8, 2012
This sounds awsome I just had to save...
Carole F BakersQueen - Mar 8, 2012
Bob, this is really a good sandwich. Do try it..you won't be disappointed!
Renita Lake GlobalDiva - Mar 10, 2012
Does the sour cream separate or melt during cooking? Would it be better to use it as a dipping type of thing with each bite?
Carole F BakersQueen - Mar 10, 2012
No because you don't use a ton of it...it didn't affect the sandwich that way at all. Add or remove sour cream to your taste..if you like a lot then I would suggest dipping on the side, but don't leave it out of the inside of the sandwich, it only called for 1 T. per side of bread..I added a little more than that when making it..