Kentucky Hot Browns

Kentucky Hot Browns

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@mamagin

Kentucky Hot Browns originated in Louisville, Kentucky by a chef in a 5 star restaurant as legend has it. I have never looked up it's history, so I hope I am not giving out misinformation. These are so good and rich and filling. I have eaten it with city ham but it is not nearly as good.

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Comments:
Serves:
variable
Prep:
10 Min
Cook:
5 Min

Ingredients

  • ·
    2 slices of bread
  • ·
    2 thin slices of country ham
  • ·
    2 thin slices of turkey
  • ·
    cheese slices( use yellow cheese only)
  • ·
    sliced tomato
  • ·
    butter

How to Make Kentucky Hot Browns

Step-by-Step

  1. This makes one Hot brown. Grease an oven proof ramekin or individual dish with butter.
  2. Place one slice of bread in dish.
  3. Place a slice of cheese on the bread.
  4. Layer the country ham and the turkey over this. Make 2 layers.
  5. Place the remaining bread on top of the meat.
  6. Put a cheese slice on the top until the bread is lightly covered.
  7. Put a slice of tomato on top of this.
  8. Broil until cheese is melted. It takes just a few minutes. Eat and moan with pleasure.

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About Kentucky Hot Browns

Course/Dish: Turkey Pork



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