BLC Sandwich
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BLC Sandwich
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:09:12 AM. Recipe ID 36046. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Blc sandwich (exported from docpepr's cranium)
 Categories: None
      Yield: 1 Servings
           Mayo: could be chipotle
           -mayo, or just the regular
           -Dole-style plain
           -Jalapenos, Poblanos, or
           -any chile with medium to
           -low heat, and thick flesh,
           -I used a Jal/poblano hybrid
  Fry bacon to crispy, drain, pour off excess bacon grease, leave a
  little in pan for flavor. Slice strips off chiles so that it will lay
  flat on pan and sammich. Fry chile strips quickly skin-side down till
  just browned; remove and drain-off grease. Prepare your favorite
  bread with your favorite mayo, then layer lettuce, then bacon, and
  more lettuce to keep the bread from sogging-out while you make some
  more for the rest of us Chile-Heads. Note: It does not matter which
  way the strips are placed, as long as they are perpendicular to the
  bacon.  If your toilet flushes backwards, call a Coriolis plumber,
  Neh? I know; you're saying: Can we add tomatoes too? Naw! They are
  superfluous and I'll have to re-name the recipe. Chiles give you all
  the vitamin C, aren't as mushy as tomatoes, and should be better for
  your brian cells and outlook on life. You can add more chiles, or
  chili, or chilly to your hearts content; let me know how it comes
  out. New-Mex's like a Joe Parker would work too, but you'll have to
  blacken and scrape the tougher skins before frying. MMMM .. where's
  the propane bottle? (You know your a Chile-Head when you have spare
  bottles of propane for back-up fuel in the kitchen.) 

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Recipe ID 36046 (Apr 03, 2005)

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