Ever had fried bologna on buttered toast for breakfast?

Dallas, Texas
December 21, 2016 4:22pm CST
I can't imagine ever having this before but I tried it for the first time and wondered why I had not been doing this a long time ago. You simply have to try it. It is very simple to fix. You pan fry on a low heat, two thick slices of bologna and pop two slices of bread in an electric toaster, add butter or margarine and place those nicely fried slices of bologna in between and have a cup of cold milk on the side. It seems to be one of life's little pleasures that I will be doing more of in the future. So, you just have to wonder, how easy it is to make Anthony a happy camper anyway? I mean, if such a thing as a fried bologna sandwich can satisfy him that much, imagine what a fully loaded breakfast of egg omelets, with fried sausage, buttermilk biscuits, hash browns and a tall glass of orange juice would do for him? Well, I have had it fully loaded but today I was just plain starving and wanted a quick breakfast ASAP! Simple toasted bologna sandwich is just the ticket for Anthony.
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@Namelesss (983)
• United States
21 Dec
Haha, what's that they say about the little things. My kids made flying saucers. Fried bologna, left-over mashed taters in the center, melt cheese on top. It was a teen thing but all the kids loved it.
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• Dallas, Texas
21 Dec
Pretty yummy if you ask me.
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• United States
21 Dec
@lookatdesktop I've never just put it on butter toast but I don't doubt it's good. I've made dirty eggs with it before. That's just scrambled eggs in the pan with some diced fried meat and I know that's really good.
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• Dallas, Texas
22 Dec
@Namelesss That sounds like one good way to mix it up. People tell me they often like to scramble not eggs but Owens brand ground sausage into their nacho cheddar cheese dip. It can be said that the same sausage goes well when mixed into Pepper creamed gravy. Yum.
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@JohnRoberts (34046)
• Los Angeles, California
21 Dec
I never prepared bologna this way but I have fried it and it tastes better.
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• Dallas, Texas
21 Dec
I think it is best to use a thick cut of bologna and on a very low flame as most of bologna is sugar cured and it will turn the surface black in some cases if cooked on a high heat.
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• Dallas, Texas
21 Dec
@JohnRoberts Oh yes, and don't forget black pepper and maybe a bit of mustard. if you don't eat it on buttered toast. I think buttered toast and mustard would kind of clash.
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@amadeo (41826)
• United States
21 Dec
I had this for lunch.I loved fried bologna
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• Dallas, Texas
22 Dec
I am glad to here this. I wonder if you have ever placed a fried bologna sandwich in batter and deep fried it? I think this is more or less the type of food they would be serving in Fall at the State Fair of Texas where deep fried Everything is the way. lol