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Peameal Bacon Sandwich

This Peameal Bacon Sandwich is the best ever breakfast sandwich! It features Canadian Bacon caramelized in real maple syrup, topped with an egg, cheese, avocado, and mayonnaise. Need I say more?
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Course: Breakfast, dinner, eggs, lunch
Cuisine: breakfast for dinner, canadian
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 2 servings

Ingredients

  • 2 Slices Peameal bacon
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup
  • 2 Eggs
  • 2 Slices cheddar cheese
  • 2 Large brioche buns
  • 1 Avocado
  • Mayonnaise, to taste

Instructions

  • Cut a large piece of peameal bacon into thin slices, about 1/4 inch thick.
  • In a small skillet, sizzle peameal bacon over medium heat, until cooked through and reaches 145 degrees internally. About 1 minute before the bacon is ready, add the maple syrup into the skillet and allow it to caramelize on the outside of the pork.
  • In a separate skillet, cook an egg over-easy. When you flip the egg, remove it from the heat, add a slice of cheddar cheese to the top of the egg, and cover with a lid. Allow the egg to cook until it reaches the desired wellness and cheese is melted.
  • Butter the bun on each side and grill on a griddle or in a skillet until toasted.
  • Assemble:
  • Cut the avocado into slices and place on the bottom bun.
  • Then add Peameal bacon
  • Then add egg covered in cheese.
  • Spread mayonnaise on the top bun and place bun on sandwich. Use a toothpick to hold the sandwich together while you eat!
  • Enjoy. Leave a comment on this post letting me know what you thought of the recipe!

Notes

Recipe copyright The Foreign Fork. For educational or personal use only.
  1. Peameal Bacon: Peameal Bacon is pork loin that is cured and rolled in cornmeal. Normally it is served in Ontario, and is what us in America call “Canadian bacon.” The peameal bacon is sold raw, and, in this recipe, is cooked on the stovetop. You can buy peameal bacon at select butchers. If you must buy online, you can do so here.
  2. Maple Syrup: Because we’re cooking from Canada, I will always recommend true, authentic Canadian maple syrup. I had some Vermont maple syrup in my pantry, so I used that this time around. I wouldn’t recommend using artificial syrup (such as Log Cabin, etc), as it won’t caramelize on the meat as nicely.  
  3. Peameal bacon needs to reach an internal temperature of 145 degrees Fahrenheit in order to reach a level of wellness safe for consumption.
  4. If you’d like to make your own peameal bacon at home, you can do so by following these instructions.
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