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Croque Monsieur

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This week’s Barefoot Bloggers recipe for Croque Monsieur was chosen by Kathy of All Food Considered. I was pretty excited about this recipe because I love ham and I really love cheese. This was totally a weekday recipe and was prepared with ease. I used thick sliced French bread with thin sliced honey ham. Instead of Dijon mustard I opted for honey mustard and I also changed the toasting method. Although Ina crisps her bread in the oven, I decided to do this step in skillet, like you would a grilled cheese sandwich. I wanted that crunchy, buttery flavor and texture because I thought it would compliment the flavors of the ham and cheese sauce. Well, I was right…this sandwich was amazing and paired well with the homemade potato chips I made as an accompaniment. This sandwich would also be delectable with a bowl of soup or a crisp salad.
This recipe can be found by clicking here or opening to page 48 in Barefoot in Paris.

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Monday 4th of May 2009

Would I seem terribly greedy to say GIMME GIMME! That looks amazing!


Thursday 30th of April 2009

Jamie, you made this sandwich look so glamorous! Love it.


Sunday 26th of April 2009

One of my favorite "splurge" sandwiches! Looks de-lish!


Friday 24th of April 2009

Your pictures look so good. Great tip re toasting the bread too. I'll have to try it that way.


Thursday 23rd of April 2009

Oh, Jamie, this sandwich looks incredible. I love Croque Monsieurs, and yours looks particularly wonderful. And homemade potato chips? Delightful! I'm so impressed.

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