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Egg sandwiches are a staple in this house - in many shapes and forms. I was curious to try this one as it had the addition of mayonnaise and mustard. I used toasted whole grain bread and opted to add a slice of cheese. I liked the mayo and mustard combo, but will probably go back to my old standard...ketchup. My husband enjoyed his and of course had to add some bacon! Overall, very good especially with a side of fresh fruit and OJ. Definitely one of those "don't knock it until ya try it" kind of recipes - and I'm glad I tried it!
I made this using the same ingredients just different method;) I cooked the egg mixed with a little milk salt and pepper in a bowl in the microwave for about 1 min 30 seconds. While doing that I toasted my bread in the toaster. When the toast was done I set both slices on a cookie sheet I turned on the broiler and added the cooked egg and a slice of cheese to one piece of the toast. To the other slice of toast I spread some mayo and mustard on it and then added a couple slices of honey ham. Then I broiled the open faced sandwich for about 3-4 minutes to melt the cheese:) Once done I put a few drops of red hot sauce on it and put it together:) It was absolutely delicious! Never had an egg sandwich with mustard and mayo but I'm hooked now! I usually just used ketchup but the mayo mustard gives the sandwich a new unique flavor!??
Egg sandwiches are wonderful. I have been eating them for about 3 decades. Most people say that sounds nasty, but you just have to try it and taste it to understand just how delicious they are morning, noon, evening and night. Good eating??
This is an interesting take on an egg sandwich. I have fried scrambled eggs like this before to put on a sandwich so the cooking method was familiar to me. I usually just use butter or melted cheese on my toast. The mayo and mustard gave it a bit of an "egg salad" flavor. (I used much less than the 2 T mayo--I just spread a thin layer on each side.) Also I added a sprinkle of shredded cheese to mine. It was good but I don't know that I'll make it again but I can see some people really liking this.