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A delicious warm sandwich that everyone will love. Warmed luncheon meat, fried egg, pickles, red onion and cheese are sandwiched between two slices of toasted wholemeal bread.

9 people made this

IngredientsServes: 1

  • 1 slice pork luncheon meat
  • 2 teaspoons butter
  • 1 egg
  • salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
  • 2 slices wholemeal bread, toasted
  • 2 teaspoons mayonnaise
  • 2 teaspoons yellow mustard
  • 2 teaspoons ketchup
  • 4 slices dill pickle
  • 1 thin slice red onion
  • 1 slice processed cheese, such as Kraft singles

MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:5min ›Ready in:15min

  1. Heat a small frying pan over medium heat. Cook the luncheon meat in the hot frying pan until it it hot and beginning to brown in spots; set aside. Melt the butter in the frying pan, then crack the egg into the butter. Reduce heat to medium-low and cook until the yolk begins to firm around the sides. Turn the egg over and continue cooking until the yolk is solid, about 4 minutes total. Season the egg with salt and pepper to taste.
  2. While the egg is being cooked, spread the toasted bread with mayonnaise, mustard and ketchup. Arrange the pickles and onion onto one of the pieces of bread. Place the luncheon meat and egg over the onion, then top the egg with the cheese and the remaining slice of bread.

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Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(12)

Reviews in English (10)


Kevin my mom made these for us too and the three of us all loved them! These days I normally make Taylor Ham, egg and cheese sammies but I just had to try this on my gang and they Yummed them all down! The only thing I did differently was grill the bread in a buttered skillet instead of making toast. Thanks so much for the comforting memory Kevin!-04 Oct 2010

by Karen

Anyone even thinking about this recipe needs to try it. My husband makes a very similiar sandwich for me all the time. It is almost the same as Kevin's, except he does not add the onion ( I am going to try it though) and he grills the sandwich after it is assembled (like a grilled cheese). There is just something about the combination of flavors that is just amazing. The fried egg with the mix of condiments and the pickle, OMG Yum!!! If anyone has access to Finnish mustard, this is what we use and prefer to yellow mustard.-14 Mar 2011

by Sarah Jo

Huge hit with the kids--especially the littlest. I made only two small changes which was using sliced cheddar cheese instead of American and I omitted the onion for the boys as they don't like it (chopped up in bologna spread, no problem but full slices, they pass). They both ate their sandwiches and asked for another. Winner!-11 May 2011

  • 1 ½ pounds potatoes, peeled and cubed
  • ½ cup milk
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1 pound ground beef
  • 4 eggs
  • 4 slices bread, toasted
  • 1 (16 ounce) can baked beans
  • 4 slices Cheddar cheese

Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add potatoes, and cook until tender but still firm, about 15 minutes. Drain, then mash with milk and butter until smooth. Spoon into a pastry bag with a large round tip set aside. Preheat oven on broiler setting.

Heat a large heavy skillet over medium heat. Shape ground beef into 4 patties, and fry until evenly brown, about 5 minutes on each side. Fry the 4 eggs.

Place a burger on each piece of toast. Pipe mashed potato around the edge to form a wall on the edge of the toast. Heat the beans, and spoon onto each burger, inside the wall of potato. Cover with a slice of cheese.

Place burgers under broiler until cheese is melted, then top each with a fried egg.

Pork and Egg Pie

Low fat pork and egg pie - perfect for slimming and weight loss.

Snacking, grazing, or simply lunching is sometimes a challenge when you are following a specific diet or meal plan. It's often difficult to find something healthy, filling and tasty in your fridge that you can immediately eat.

Whatever drives you to want to open the fridge and stare for inspiration, this pork and egg roll is perfect. It's great as a snack or meal for the family too. All too often we gaze at that Pork and Egg Pie in the supermarket and it looks so good, but also fatty and high in carbs.

This pie is none of these - low in carbs, lower in fat, and yolk in every slice. What more could you ask for?

Looking for more ideas? Check out the smoked ham, gruyere & mushroom pancake recipe

Prep Time
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Nutritional Information Per slice
  • Calories: 160 calories
  • Fat: 6 g
  • Carbohydrates: 2 g
  • Fiber: 4 g
  • Protein: 22 g


1. Add 5 of the eggs to a small pan, fill with water and bring to boil. Boil for approx. 6 mins or until hardboiled.

2. Remove from heat and cool under running cold water. Remove shells and chop the white ends off the eggs until you can see yolk. Set aside. Save the white ends for snacking

3. Blitz one piece of Lo-Dough into breadcrumbs and place in a large bowl.

4. Chop the bacon and add to food processor and blitz until smooth. Place in the bowl with breadcrumbs. Add the spices and seasoning along with the pork mince. Using clean hands mix all ingredients together until thoroughly mixed. Set aside.

5. Now for the casing. On a flat clean surface lay two of the pieces of paper that protect the Lo-Dough overlapping each other. Place two pieces of Lo-Dough on top. Using a little water dampen where they overlap, then cover with two more pieces of paper. Using a rolling pin, roll over the Lo-Dough firmly pressing down to form a proper seal and to compress all over.

6. Remove the top two pieces of paper and lay under the sides. Taking the final piece of Lo-Dough, cut it in half and lay both pieces opposite each other, again overlapping. Dampen where they overlap slightly, cover with paper and roll until sealed.

7. Lay the mince mixture on top of the Lo-Dough forming a trough in the centre to hold the eggs. Place the trimmed eggs end to end on top.

8. Carefully lifting the mince mixture and taking care not to break the Lo-Dough, fold it around the eggs. Take any excess from the ends and place on top. Carefully fold the long sides of the Lo-Dough over to meet in the middle, dampen the edges to seal. Fold the sides up, dampen and seal. Don't worry if the won't stay quite sealed.

9. Taking a baking tray and a piece of tin foil, carefully turn the pie over and place seal side down on the tin foil. Lift the corners of the tin foil to hold the end seals in place. Using the final egg, pour half the egg white away and then whisk the remainder. Using a pastry brush evenly baste the egg all over the pie.

10. Loosely cover with tin foil and place in the oven for 1 hour, basting again half way through cooking.

11. Remove from oven and cool slightly to serve or wait until cool to slice.

Lo-Dough is bread reinvented, a new way to enjoy the convenience and taste of bread & pastry with 90% less carbs and loads more fibre.

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50g flat leaf parsley, leaves picked

50g oregano, leaves picked

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¼ cup brown sugar, plus extra to taste

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½ cup sun-dried tomatoes (smoked if you can find them)

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The objective here is to find beautiful silken tofu (I used The International Organics Society silken Japanese organic tofu). Its soft reprieve is the perfect partner to the punching flavours of the mince. Note: There will be leftover mince and tofu but with a few days gestation in the fridge these are the gifts that keep on giving.


1 x 4cm piece ginger, finely chopped

1 large clove garlic, finely chopped

1 tbsp shao hsing cooking wine

1 tsp ground coriander seeds

2 tbsp finely chopped coriander leaves

2 tbsp finely chopped spring onion

200g silken tofu, sliced 1cm-thick, lengthways

½ -1 tbsp chilli hot sauce (or to taste)

Add the pork mince, soy sauce and kecap manis to a bowl, working the sauce into the mince with a spoon. Place a frypan over medium heat.

Add the sesame oil, ginger and garlic and cook until fragrant. Add the mince, using a wooden spoon to break up the mince as you cook. Then add the sauce ingredients and continue to cook until it has mostly reduced – it should darken and become a runny, jammy consistency. Remove from the heat and add the coriander and spring onion.

Place a slice of white bread on a flat surface. Butter it generously then turn over, buttered side down. Cover with one to two heaped tablespoons of the pork mixture and enough slices of tofu to cover. Gently cover with another slice of buttered bread. Repeat with remaining bread and ingredients. (You will haver mince mixture left over.)

Place in a jaffle maker and cook until golden and toasted. Serve with dipping sauce, if desired.


Think throw-together nasi goreng. Normally you would combine ingredients in a food processor or mortar and pestle to create a rempah (paste), fry this, then add in a whole host of additions, but I've forgone authenticity for speed.

No fancy leavened sourdoughs here this works best on white bread. If you like extra brown and crunch, give the outer sides of bread a swathe of butter before assembling.


¼ cup flavourless oil (such as rice bran)

1 clove garlic, roughly crushed

2 eschallots, finely sliced

2 cups cooked basmati rice

1 red chilli, finely sliced

¼ cup coriander leaves, chopped

1 spring onion, finely sliced

6 soft sunny-side-up fried eggs (one per jaffle)

1 cup cooked prawn crackers

extra sliced chilli and coriander leaves

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Add the rice, reduce the heat to low, and stir until warmed through and the rice takes on a golden-brown tinge and is evenly coated in the mixture. Remove from the heat and add the sliced chilli, coriander leaves and spring onion.

Place the bread slices on a flat surface. Top half the slices with two to three tablespoons each of the rice mixture. Add the soft fried egg and a few broken prawn crackers then top with another slice of bread.

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The caramel is a dry caramel, and I like to take it to the edge of burning because I love how the bitterness counteracts with the sweetness of the apple and brioche. Just pull from the heat when you reach your preferred level of golden.


3 granny smith apples, peeled, cored and cut into 1.5cm slices

3 red gala apples, peeled, cored and cut into 1.5cm slices

1 tsp vanilla bean extract

1 loaf brioche, sliced into 12 slices

vanilla ice-cream, to serve

For the salted caramel, scatter the sugar across the base of a large saucepan and place over medium-high heat. Cook for two to three minutes or until golden, stirring with a spoon to ensure the sugar on the bottom doesn't burn.

Continue to cook until desired consistency is achieved, being careful as sugar can burn quickly, this can be up to another two to three minutes.

Remove from the heat, gently and slowly pour in the cream and using a whisk, whisk vigorously. Add the cold butter, a few cubes at a time, whisking continuously to ensure the sauce doesn't split.

Whisk in the salt then pour the caramel into a heatproof container and allow to thicken slightly and cool completely in the fridge (at least 30 minutes).

While the caramel is cooling, prepare the apple filling by adding the apple pieces, vanilla bean extract, sugars and a squeeze of lemon juice to a medium-sized saucepan.

Grate over the lemon zest, cover with the lid and cook over medium-low heat, stirring occasionally and using a wooden spoon to break up the apple as it cooks, until the apples are tender and soft (about 30 minutes). Cook the apple longer than you might for a pie or crumble filling, given this will only have the few additional minutes in the toaster. Allow to cool.

Place the brioche slices on a flat surface. Add half a tablespoon of the cooled caramel (it will have almost a fudgy consistency) to the centre of one slice. Add two to three tablespoons of apple mixture and top with an additional piece of brioche. Repeat with remaining ingredients.

Gently transfer sandwiches to a sandwich press and toast for one to two minutes or until the ingredients have warmed through and the bread is golden.

Serve immediately with vanilla ice-cream and warmed-through leftover salted caramel.

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1. The best bread to use

Choose a bread that’s sturdy enough to hold excessive amounts of cheese without falling apart. White bread and sourdough work well.

2. Butter it up

Don’t be shy when it comes to the butter. Butter your bread on both sides and, to prevent your sandwich from burning, you can also mix a little bit of mayonnaise into your butter.

3. Cheesy matters

A flavourful cheddar is a must, but you can add any other cheese you have on hand for extra oomph. The most important tip, either way, is to not be shy! Grate your cheese to ensure it spreads evenly and pile it in so that every bite you take is a cheesy mouthful.

4. Cooking your grilled cheese

Some people swear you have to start it in the oven to get a perfectly gooey, cheesy delight, but the same effect can be had in the pan – just start on low heat with your sandwich open so the cheese has a chance to melt. Place your two slices of bread in the pan over low heat and top each slice evenly with a generous amount of cheese. Once you see the cheese start to melt at the edges, flip one slice over the other and continue to cook until golden brown on both sides.

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Duck fat egg toastie

Use a cookie cutter to make a hole in the middle of the slice of bread.

Heat one teaspoon of the duck fat in a pan.

Fry the bread over a medium high heat on the one side for about 2 -­ 3 minutes until golden brown and crispy.

Turn the bread over, add another teaspoon of duck fat and gently break an egg in the hole.

Fry the bread for another 2 ­ 3 minutes, then place a lid on the pan and remove it from the heat.

Let the egg cook in the heat in the closed pan until the egg is cooked to your liking.

Season and serve immediately.

Recipe by Heinstirred. To see more click HERE.

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