Ham and Cheese Dinner

Ham And Cheese Dinner

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Megan Stewart

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This was a dinner recipe for PA training weekend. Really good! Of course, with a professional chef teaching how could it not be?

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Method:
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Ingredients

How to Make Ham and Cheese Dinner

Step-by-Step

  1. Cut thick slices from the turkey ham loaf. Fill muffins with ham and cheese (if vegetarians, you just omit the turkey ham), and foil wrap. Use the mustard to label your packet as it won't burn off.
  2. Tortoise's (that's me) Note: This was fantastic, but I wanted eggs! So the suggestion was to make the eggs at home in a microwave to the size for the muffins (I got a great microwave egg muffin pan from Nordic Ware just for this before he suggested this, so I was happy). Cook, cool, then freeze the eggs at home, and just bring them into camp to add!

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About Ham and Cheese Dinner

Course/Dish: Sandwiches
Main Ingredient: Bread
Regional Style: American



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