Let’s sweeten things up a bit this week with this cookie recipe. I always make a double batch just to be sure I can take a few in the car while driving. Hope you enjoy!
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Winter is coming, well as much as possible here in California. But, even with high temps and gorgeous sunshine, the arrival of the Holidays definitely inspires comfort food and seasonal dishes. You definitely don’t want to miss out on making this one! Enjoy!
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Today we’re going to cook one of my favorite recipes. Easy to prepare and always loved by the guest. Flatten the meat mixture on a sheet of cello wrap for easy handling when folding over. With cooler weather approaching this makes for a wonder dinner main course. Keep cookin’!
1lb. ground beef
1lb. ground pork
1 medium onion, diced
5 garlic cloves, chopped
4oz. raw bacon, diced
3 slices sourdough bread
1/2 cup (scant) heavy cream
3 whole eggs
3oz. parmesan cheese
5oz. crushed pistachio nuts
5 slices ham
5 slices provolone cheese
salt, to taste
pepper, to taste
Saute onions and garlic with the raw bacon, cool and hold on side. In a large bowl, soak the bread in the cream. Add the seasoning, beef, pork, eggs, cooked onion, garlic, bacon, parmesan cheese and mix. Flatten mixture and place slice of ham, provolone cheese and crushed pistachios down the center. Fold sides over to make a stuffed loaf. Rub lightly with olive oil and back at 375 degrees approximately 45 minutes or when internal temperature is 160 degrees.
Serve and Enjoy!
Kiwi sandwich from the days at Gentieu’s Pantry. This sandwich was very popular when I introduced it in 1975 at our sandwich shop in Taft. You need a camping sandwich iron , which you can buy by clicking the link here.
Let’s get cookin’!
Method: lightly butter both insides of the iron. Place a slice of bread on each side. In the center place you chosen fillings.
Just a few Suggest ingredients :
1. Diced ham, bell pepper and cheese.
2. Pepperoni , little red sauce and parm cheese.
3. One raw egg , cooked bacon , cheddar cheese.
4. Cooked sliced roast beef, horseradish, jack cheese.
5. Cheddar cheese, slice tomato and slice red onion.
After preparing the sandwich fold the iron together and trim excess bread from sides . Place the completed sandwich in a heat source. When camping this would be on the edge of the camp fire. Some care has to be taken not to place in the hottest part of the fire as that causes the bread to burn before fillings are heated. You will need to experiment a little with this. When cooking at home you can place the iron in you Bar B Q fire or coals , again be careful of not to much heat. Also could be cooked over a low gas flame on stove top by flipping iron several times to brown both sides. In Gentieu’s Pantry I just placed the iron in the French fryer at 350 degrees three to four minutes until done. Have fun with this sandwich and come up with fillings you like. Also can be used for dessert items.
Looking for another great sandwich recipe? Click here to check out last week’s!