Yep, it’s another breakfast sandwich. I do love a good breakfast, even though on weekday mornings I can’t really spend a lot of time in the kitchen. This breakfast sandwich is easy to make. It’s tasty and very satisfying as well with a few nice slices of black forest ham, crispy bacon, cheese and an over easy egg, all nestled in an English muffin. These freeze nicely as well. If you are going to freeze them, I would scramble the egg or wait and cook an egg after you have unthawed the sandwich. If you prefer making them fresh, but are a little pressed for time, pre cooked bacon is great in this as well.
Here’s what you need:
*sliced ham; I used deli black forest ham
*cheddar cheese; I used shredded because that is what I had on hand, but you can use sliced as well
*bacon, cooked; I used 1 slice per sandwich.
*eggs; one egg per sandwich
Pre heat oven to 400°
In a non stick pan, cook eggs over easy.
While eggs are cooking, spread butter on the top and bottom of each english muffin and place on a baking sheet. I lined mine with foil for easy clean up.
Place desired amount of ham slices on the bottom side of the muffin. I used about 3 slices.
Place a slice of bacon on top of the ham.
Add the cheese over the bacon.
Place into the oven for about 5 minutes or until cheese is melted the muffins are warm.
Gently place the egg on top of the cheese and add a few splashes of hot sauce.
As you can see one of my eggs did not quite make it without bursting before I finished. But it was all good just the same.
Place the tops of the muffins over the eggs and serve.