Bologna Recipes

Everyone has heard about the tasty treat bologna sausage, but do you really know how to eat beside between two slices of bread with mayonnaise. The purpose of this blog is to give some simple but good tasting bologna recipes. Some take a few minutes while others take a little longer. Either way, if it has bologna in the recipe it is going to be good.

Let’s start out with the basic fried bologna sandwich recipe.
• 2 slices white bread
• 1-2 slice bologna (depending on preference)
• 1/8 teaspoon oil
• 1 slice American cheese
• 1 tablespoon mustard
1. Put oil in a frying pan and heat to med. high.
2. Slice bologna
3. Put bologna in heated oil.
4. Brown both sides.
5. Add cheese to top while last side is browning.
6. Spread mustard on both sides of bread.
7. Add bologna between slices and enjoy.

A few things can be changed in this recipe such as putting mayonnaise instead of mustard on the sandwich. It all depends on your taste buds; however you like it fix it that way. Here is a fancier bologna dish. Emeril is always doing something crazy with food, so I went onto his website and found a recipe for bologna. Here is the second, fancier, tasty treat you can make with bologna.

• 1 (6 1/2-pound) all-beef bologna
• 1/2 cup Dijon mustard
• 1 1/2 cups golden brown sugar
• 1 loaf sliced white bread
• 1 jar yellow mustard
1. Preheat the oven to 250 degrees F. Line a large roasting pan with foil to cover well.
2. Using a small sharp knife score the top of the bologna, cutting about 1/4-inch deep, to create a diamond design.
3. Place the bologna, cut side down, in the foil lined pan and spread a thin layer of mustard on the exposed areas. Using your hands, press the brown sugar onto the Dijon mustard to create a coating. Carefully turn the bologna over, so that the cut side is facing up, and spread the top and sides with the remaining Dijon mustard. Press the remaining brown sugar onto the mustard to coat the entire bologna well.
4. Place the bologna in the top third of the oven. Bake for 5 hours, rotating the bologna slightly during cooking to keep the bottom from burning.
5. Remove the bologna from the pan and place it on a large platter. Slice the bologna 1/4 to 1/2-inch thick and make sandwiches on fresh white bread with yellow mustard

Hopefully this article made you get a craving for an old fashioned fried bologna sandwich or to try something new; happy eating everyone.