Good fun from Mr. Breakfast.
While I’m on a sandwich kick, I figured, why not? Yeah, so I’m not a sandwich person.
Sure, I have zero nostalgia for this sandwich. If last week’s eats were the food equivalent of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, this week’s sandwich is a far more artistic film. Let’s say The Artist. A creative French-toasted sandwich for a creative French film. And yet both of them actually made in Los Angeles.
Next I’m gonna match a sandwich to my favorite movie of all time: Clue.
To be eaten eaten in the ballroom.
By candlelight from a candle in a very sinister candlestick.
Preferably served by Tim Curry.
Huh, he is now tied, cinematically, to both sandwiches.
The plot thickens.
Enough! Go make this sandwich. Make it pretty. Make me proud.
Chili Cheese French toast adapted from this recipe
3 Tbsp. egg
1/4 c. Half and half
2 pieces of bread
1 oz. shredded cheese (I had reduced fat Swiss)
2 Tbsp. canned diced green chiles
2 Tbsp. diced cilantro
Heat the oven to 400. Line a pan with nonstick foil then spray, just in case. I believe in “just in case”. Which explains my overly full purse. Really, it’s a wonder I was not a scout. egg, half and half, and salt. Dip one piece of bread in the mixture and put on foil. Spread on cheese, then chiles, then cilantro. Dip the other slice and place on top. Cook until golden brown, ten minutes-ish. Then flip and cook some more. Nice. Very much so.