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    Bologna/Onion Sandwich

    Have you ever harkened back to time and place where you had a sandwich unlike those that have come before? A time long ago while attending a parochial elementary school where lunches were served no matter what the family needs might have been is one such occasion. A sandwich that has stuck in my mind but for whatever reason hadn’t come to the forefront of my taste buds until recently is a Fried Bologna and Onion Sandwich. What say you? Fried Bologna and Onion? Yes, a simple yet tasty creation that I hope you will try and enjoy.

    You will need:

    Bologna – cut on the thick side – approximately 1/8 pound/serving
    Onion – use a sweet one such as Vidalia or Walla Walla however a good yellow onion will work just fine.
    Butter – unsalted, approximately one TBSP/serving
    Yellow Mustard: – enough to coat one side of one slice of bread
    Bread (of course) – I used a cracked wheat but please use your favorite.

    Stack three or four slices of bologna and cut into quarters. Slice the onion into two or three 1/8 inch pieces. In a sauté pan large enough to hold the onion and bologna heat butter until just foaming, reduce the heat and add the onions and sauté until translucent, you don’t want much color on them. When the onion is about half way cooked add the bologna, stir to combine and continue cooking. You know it’s done when the bologna takes on a little color. Spread the mustard over the bread and add the bologna/onion mixture.

    Try it, you’ll like it. Enjoy!

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