Fast and Easy: School Lunch Sandwich

So sometimes in the mornings, especially if  I have time, I usually make my own lunch before heading out and one of my favorite lunch type I like to make is the egg sandwich as I have come to dubbed it. Below are the ingredients and instructions on how to make it. Let’s get started.

You will need….

  1. One or two eggs
  2. A frying pan
  3. Tomatoes
  4. Lettuces 
  5. Bread (French optional)
  6. Pepper
  7. Ham or turkey slices
  8. An oven 
  9. Ranch dressing or mayonnaise 
  10. Knife
  11. Cutting board  
  12. Stove
  13. Bowl
  14. Cheese (Optional)
Directions
  1. Turn on stove, grease up frying pan and place it on the strove
  2. Get your eggs and crack them open
  3. Make your eggs which ever way you want them, scramble or sunny side up.
  4. Pour them into the frying pan
  5. Make them as you wish
  6. Once done, of the strove and place your fry eggs into a bowl or plate and set it aside
  7. Next grabbed your cutting board, make sure it is clean and so is the area you are going to be working at, and a knife
  8. Next cut up your tomatoes, lettuces and peppers
  9. Place them aside
  10. Then cut up your ham or turkey if not already cut 
  11. Place them aside
  12. Grabbed your bread and cut it open (vertically)
  13. Next place into your bread your lettuces, tomatoes, peppers, eggs, and ham or turkey 
  14. Finish it all up by adding in ranch dressing or mayonnaise 
  15. Close it up and place it in the oven 
  16. Let it toast for a bit and you are done
For this to be even faster I usually cut up my ingredients the night before so the only thing am doing the next morning is your setting everything up. Of course sometimes for dessert I make this Mini Chocolate Cake ….

click here to view how to make it. Thanks for reading. Until next time. 
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