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Monte Cristo Sandwich

Kikkoman

"Slices of ham, turkey, and Swiss cheese are layered between soft slices of bread, then deep fried with a crispy crust of panko bread crumbs in this updated version of a classic hot sandwich."
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Ingredients

servings 920 cals
Original recipe yields 4 servings

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Directions

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  1. Assemble sandwiches starting with one slice of bread, then 1 slice of ham, a slice of cheese and then a slice of turkey; place one slice of bread and repeat with ham, cheese and turkey, top with a slice of bread. Cut into quarters and secure with toothpicks. Cover sandwiches with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.
  2. Heat oil in deep fryer to 365 degrees.
  3. Dust each quarter sandwich with flour until all sides are coated; dip into beaten egg and toss into panko and cover completely.
  4. Carefully lower sandwich quarters one at a time into deep hot oil; fry until golden brown on all sides. Drain; remove toothpicks before serving.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 920 calories; 34.2 g fat; 101.3 g carbohydrates; 51.2 g protein; 247 mg cholesterol; 2129 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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I skipped the extra layer of bread in the middle only because I'm low on bread until grocery day. I just layered the meat and cheese like I would any other sandwich. I added a little Frank's Hot...

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I did not care for this recipe. Way too heavy on the bread and breading. I think I'll stick with the original, thanks!

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I skipped the extra layer of bread in the middle only because I'm low on bread until grocery day. I just layered the meat and cheese like I would any other sandwich. I added a little Frank's Hot...

I leave the crust on the bread. Also, I only use turkey if I happen to have it. I also put just a little bit of dijon mustard on the bread. These turn out really good and very crunchy!

my boyfriend and i made this sandwich! so good! and so filling! so crispy, the panko crumbs were perfect change to this delicious sandwich!! was a little hard to batter but i think that was user...

very good, but very time consuming IMO

I did not care for this recipe. Way too heavy on the bread and breading. I think I'll stick with the original, thanks!

Made this for my family and discovered it was a huge hit for all ages!! Thanks so much for an easy and extremely tasty dinner!

I used funnel cake batter instead of breading it was amazing with raspberry jam

These were tasty but very greasy. I only made 1 layer of sandwich & cut into 4ths, they were very filling & we could only eat 2-3 squares each(although we did have green beans & grapes on the si...

Yes! I have been looking for a Monte Cristo sandwich recipe ever since I had this sandwich at Disneyland. Though this one is a different take on the traditional Monte Cristo, the panko bread cru...