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Baked Monte Cristo Sandwich

Baked Monte Cristo Sandwich recipe
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This classic sandwich is still delicious without frying, and has 250 calories.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
21 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
7/31/2007
Baking the sandwich made the cheese melt and the bread crisp. This is the second time I've made it and this time I added some turkey. It's a keeper!
posted:
5/2/2007
Made this recipe awhile back and it was really good!
posted:
1/8/2007
Mine turned out really mushy, but I think the bread soaked up more egg than it was supposed to.
posted:
1/6/2007
I make this for my 2 year old and myself for lunch. I like the crisp texture. I did increase baking time.
posted:
12/2/2006
Very Good and Super Easy!! My husband enjoyed this for a nice lunch. I will definately make it again.
posted:
11/12/2006
I must have left the first sandwich in the mixture too long because it soaked up most of it , not leaving much for the other sandwiches. So while the first one wouldn't cook through, the others were pretty much toasted sandwiches.
posted:
11/1/2006
I followed one of the reviewers and used one whole egg with the milk and salt/pepper and then used thick sliced french bread and these turned out awesome. I definately will make these again. a great change form the usual grilled version.
posted:
10/16/2006
Very good meal! I added whole eggs, added salt & pepper, did a quick dip and preheated the pan in the oven, which really helps. I followed this advice from a reviewer and they turned out great. I used a pound of ham for 5 sandwiches.
posted:
10/5/2006
posted:
8/15/2006
I was very reluctant to try this recipe with all the mixed reviews and I'm glad I did. It turned out perfectly, it wasn't soggy but golden brown and tasted really good. I didn't soak the bread in the egg mixture, just a quick dip. I used the whole egg and I added salt & pepper to the mixture. I took the advice of one reviewer and I preheated my baking pan. Thanks for the tip.
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