Do you Fry Lunch Meat?

I posted about this a while back but want to show you again. This is Peppered Turkey Breast which is delicious as-is but frying adds a new dimension to the flavor of this meat, and I recommend toasting the bread just before the meat is done. Adding coconut oil to the pan helps brown the meat nicely. The sunshine will actually make an appearance today but with a high temperature only in the low 50s. It was just 36F early this morning. Yuck. Holy smokes, can we have the desert heat back now? Here’s the meat. πŸ˜‚

23 thoughts on “Do you Fry Lunch Meat?

    • Hi Susanne, thanks. I just made another one with a couple of changes, delicious as far as this forever a bachelor is concerned!

  1. This is delicious, John πŸ™‚ I fry lunch meat but I have never used coconut oil. I will definitely follow your advice!

    • That’s good, I’m not the only one! I made another one for lunch today, delicious with cheese and four slices of meat. ❀️

    • I’ve never tried a grill like that but they seem to do a fine job. I have to drive a few extra miles to find real sandwich shops around here.

  2. My parents used to fry lunch meat all for us when we were kids (it was usually a breakfast treat, with toasts and eggs!) I haven’t had it in years, so thanks for bringing up the memories!

    • Aww, you are welcome, Vanessa! That sounds delicious, I think I will make another fried sandwich for lunch today! I should make more food posts, everyone seems to like that better! πŸ˜‚β€οΈ

    • It is, Derrick, try it yourself. My sandwich meat is sliced rather thin but thicker slices should work too of course. A bit of mayo on the meat when done and add some butter to the bread, yum! I guess this is a bachelor’s meal. πŸ˜‚

  3. I can’t say that I ever have fried lunch meat, John, but I tend to eat food that is very, very simple and or made from scratch. A tin of sardines works for me. Open can, insert fork. πŸ™‚

    • Sardines? I have never tried them because of how they look and what I hear about the taste. I’m a picky eater! The meat really does have an enhanced flavor. Oh, and I love to eat tuna straight from the can!

      • Some are less fishy than others. Look for the sardines that are called “Tiny Tots”. The cans are in a yellow wrap with dancing people on them. I love those, but I go for the cheaper ones in the discount grocery, “Seasons” brand in olive oil, for $2 a can. Those aren’t bad.

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