Bacon Salami Melt
The Complete Guide to Bacon Salami Melt and How it is Elevating the Traditional Grilled Cheese Sandwich
What are the Details of a Bacon Salami Melt?
What Makes This Sandwich So Delicious
It’s time for lunch and you’re in the mood for something savory. You’ve been craving a bacon salami melt all morning, so you decide to make one at home.
First, get out your pan and fry up some bacon. Then remove it from the pan but leave the fat there. Add your salami to the bacon fat and fry until it starts to crisp up. Now place your cheese slices on top of the meat and let them melt into the meat as well. Finally, toast your bun in a little bit of butter or oil until it’s crispy on both sides then place it on top of your melted cheese and meat mixture.
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The Delicious History of Bacon Salami and Melt Hot Sandwich
Bacon is a type of salt-cured pork. It is usually sliced and eaten raw or cooked. Salami is a type of cured sausage that originated in Italy, where it was made from raw, ground meat mixed with salt, black pepper, garlic and other spices. A sandwich is a dish consisting of two slices of bread with one or more fillings between them.
The history of bacon salami melt sandwich dates back to the late 1800s when the first commercial American bacon factory opened in Cincinnati Ohio. In 1837, the first commercial American bacon factory opened in Cincinnati Ohio. The company was called Hormel Foods Company and they had just invented what would become known as “Cincinnati Style Bacon”.
The process for making this type of bacon includes curing the meat.
- 2 slices bacon thick cut, halved
- 5 slices salami thin cut
- 1/2 cup cheese shredded, your choice (I used 3 cheese blend)
- 4 slices roasted red pepper
- 1 tbsp chipotle aioli see recipe above
- 2 slices bread crusty, thick cut
- Cook the bacon to desired doneness, pat dry and set aside
- briefly fry the salami in the bacon grease to crisp up a little. This way it wont be quite as chewy and easier to eat in the sandwich
- Butter the outside of each slice of bread
- Lay one piece butter side down, add the bacon slices, then half the cheese, then the peppers, then the salami.
- Spread the aioli on the non butter side of the slices and top
- Sear in a panini press for 4 minutes or weighted down in a grill pan for 3-4 minutes per side
- Serve with pepperoncini on the side