Making a BLT sandwich does not have to be complicated or traditional. All you need is a few ingredients and bread of your choice to get cooking.
The best BLT sandwich I have made in years
Working all day can leave me with little time to make a full course meal. I have limited time to work with, so I like to make simple meals that take 30 minutes or less to prep (and are fully cooked sometimes). That is why we will make a BLT sandwich today for a light lunch.
Now Let's Make A Naan Sandwich
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2 slices of Naan Bread (plain or season is okay)
2 teaspoons of Dijon Mustard
2 tablespoons mayonnaise OR other sauce*
2 slices thin or thick-cut bacon
2-3 pieces green leaf Butter lettuce
2-3 slices of House tomato
2 Slices of Sharp Cheder Cheese
Start by baking your bacon in the oven for 20 minutes at 380° F . I highly recommend baking your bacon on a cooking rack! The grease is drained beneath. Tear each slice of bacon in half, so there are 8 strips. Keep warm until ready to assemble.
While the bacon is cooking around the last 10 minutes, put your bread in the oven. By the end of the 20 minutes, you will have crispy bacon and toasted bread.
Wash your green leaf lettuce thoroughly to remove any dirt. Slice off about 2 to 3 slices of tomato into thick slices. Feel free to use a paper towel to absorb some of the water from the lettuce and the tomatoes slices.
Assemble your sandwich: Now add a slice of lettuce than tomatoes, another slice of lettuce and cheese, and another slice of lettuce on top.
Tear your bacon into pieces or bend them and add on top of your lettuce. Now add your last piece of bread and on top.
If you want to cut your sandwich in half, now is a good time to do it. Your sandwich is ready to eat, so enjoy!
NOTE: If you are not a fan of mayo, try other spreads or sauce that is more to your liking. You do not have to be traditional; use what tastes good to YOU!