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Grilled Cheese Bacon & Tomato Sandwich Recipe

8 slices
8 slices
8 slices
8 slices
regular cut bacon, cooked
American cheese
bread
tomato
Butter

Recipe Cooking Time: till brown
Pan Type: skillet or electric fry pan


Grilled Cheese Bacon and Tomato Directions

Lay four slices of bread on the bread board.
Top each with a slice of cheese.
Layer two slices of cooked and drained bacon on top of the cheese.
Next layer sliced tomato on top of the sandwich.
Now place second slice of cheese on top of the bacon.
Top with a slice of bread.
Butter top slice of bread and place buttered side down in bottom of hot skillet.
Butter the top of each bread slice while in the skillet.
Cook grilled cheese and bacon sandwich over medium heat until slightly browned.
Turn bacon and tomato sandwich and cook the other side.
Serve grilled cheese bacon and tomato sandwich along with one of your favorite side dish.

Recipe Serves: about 4


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