Cheesy Bacon Bread

Cheesy Bacon Bread

Cheesy Bacon Bread

Makes two Cheesy Breads

2 thick slices of really good crusty bread (I used organic whole grain bread from the bakery)


2 cloves garlic minced

4 tomato slices

2 large basil leaves chopped or torn into pieces

3 strips bacon cooked and broken into pieces

1 egg yolk

½ cup Provolone cheese, shredded

½ cup Parmesan cheese, shredded

1 tablespoon whole grain mustard

1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

1 teaspoon mayonnaise

Drizzle of honey

1 pinch thyme

1 pinch dried dill

1 pinch dried oregano

Sea salt Black pepper, to taste

Preheat broiler.

In a bowl, mix together egg yolk, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, mayonnaise, honey, thyme, dill, oregano, salt, pepper and

cheese. Set aside.

Toast the bread in a toaster on a low setting.

Butter one side of the two toasted bread slices.

Smear minced garlic on the buttered side of the bread slices.

Add tomato slices, basil, bacon, and spoon the egg yolk mixture over the top of each bread piece.

Cheesy Bacon and Tomato Bread

Cheesy Bacon and Tomato Bread

Place the bread on a cookie sheet and put it under the the broiler for about 4 minutes.

*If the egg mixture is still a little runny, then place the bread back in the regular oven for a few more minutes until the egg is fully cooked and firm.

Cheesy Bacon Tomato Bread

Cheesy Bacon Tomato Bread



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