Thanks to the MLK holiday, these open-faced brunch sandwiches seemed to materialize out of nowhere. Well, out of the left-overs from within the fridge, to be precise.
The main ingredients were: a loaf of french-bread, pepper-jack cheese, four boiled eggs, and some rotisserie chicken. Salt, pepper, dijon mustard and butter are staples that almost go unmentioned.
Thick slices of the bread got a thin spread of Olivio butter, followed by the cheese, eggs and the shredded chicken, and finally topped off with a swirl of dijon mustard and a thin slice of butter.
Bake at 400 in a pre-heated oven for five mins; then, broil for another 5.
Serve with love.
A slideshow follows. Note: this is our variation of the Danish open-faced sandwiches mentioned in this blog a couple weeks ago.