Monte Cristo Salmon Sandwich
11 grams total fat (2 grams sat fat)
246 mgs cholesterol
28 grams carbohydrate
34 grams protein
4 grams fiber
497 mgs sodium
Monte Cristo sandwiches are traditionally made with white bread filled with ham, turkey and cheese, dipped in egg, fried and served with sour cream and jam. Ours is a much healthier version using leftover or canned salmon.
2 slices whole grain bread
4 ounces cooked or canned salmon
2 tablespoons salsa
1. Flatten the bread slices as much as you can with a rolling pin or heavy can.
2. Mash the salmon and salsa together in a bowl. If the salmon is cold, heat the mixture in the microwave for 1 minute to take off the chill.
3. Make a sandwich of the bread with the salmon mixture in the middle.
4. Beat the egg in a bowl and pour into a saucer. Dip the sandwich in the egg so that both sides are coated.
5. Fry the sandwich on a non-stick pan over medium heat for about 5 minutes, turning half way to brown both sides.
6. Serve with additional salsa if you like.
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