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« on: August 15, 2008 06:13:26 AM »

I'm new here. I made up this version of the "Moons over my hammy" from Denny's because my boyfriend wanted to see what I could come up with using turkey instead of ham. He likes this version better than the one at Denny's, and it's super easy to make.

I usually use a griddle and a frying pan, putting them on the two front burners of my stove.

Ingredients:
Two slices of THICK bread (I use Texas Toast... it's a big sandwich)
A couple of slices of sliced turkey (I usually just buy oscar mayer "deli cuts")
1/4 cup Egg Beaters (I use the cheese and chive version most often, but original also works well)
A slice of reduced-fat colby jack cheese
A slice of swiss cheese.
Butter
Cooking spray or oil to grease the pans.

Start off by putting cooking spray on both pans so that nothing will stick, then turn on both burners.
Butter both slices of bread on one side only.
Put the 1/4 cup of egg beaters in the frying pan. Don't scramble. While cooking, try to shape eggs into a square about the size of the bread.
Put a piece of bread onto the griddle butter side down. Put the reduced-fat colby jack on top, layer the egg beaters on top of that, put the slice(s) of turkey on top of the egg beaters, put the swiss on top of the turkey, then the other piece of bread, butter side up.
Flip the sandwich over. I use the side of the griddle to help the sandwich stay together, and kind of use my finger so that I don't make a big mess.
Toast each side of bread until desired.

Enjoy!

If you make more than one, I recommend making them one at a time and putting cooking spray on the pans before each sandwich, to ensure that nothing will stick.
~pam
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« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2008 01:27:45 PM »

Too funny...I remember going to Denny's late at night in college, and ordering this.  The name always made me feel really stupid, so ordering usually consisted of me pointing at the menu to get this sandwich.

Good idea to make it at home.  Are egg beaters an egg substitute or are they actual eggs?  Also, do you just kind of smush the eggs into a square shape or do you fold it over on itself like an omelette?
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