Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese Sandwich

 

Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese Sandwich


Before I start talking about this yumminess of a sandwich. Can anyone tell me if fried bologna started as a yankee thing or did it start in the south?  My Mom use to fry bologna all the time. She was the only one that ever did that.  We lived in Texas and my friends thought it was weird.   Then when I met my hubs, he also fried bologna all the time.  Both my Mom and my hubs are from the North.  So, I’m thinking it’s a yankee thing.  Anyone know?

 

Regardless of where it started…I like it!! Some of you may think it’s weird, but if you ate it you would probably change your mind. It’s soooo much better than regular bologna!

 

If you know how to make a grilled cheese, then this is nothing more than adding some fried bologna on it.  And, if you like varieties of grilled cheese, then you should check out my Grilled Tuna & Cheese.  It was yummy too!!

 

If you didn’t know already, we have a linky party you can hook up from Monday Evening 8 pm CST through Sunday Evening 8 pm CST.  It’s called Teach Me Tuesdays.  Link up anything you have that will teach us something.  Check it out here!!

 

Linking to: See my Linky Party Peeps Page for the full list. While you’re there, go visit some and link up too :)

 

Rock on!

~Bobbi

Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Print Recipe
This is a serious step by step. You probably don't need me to spell it out like I did. Easy to make, great for lunches. Serve with chips and a pickle for a meal!
Servings Prep Time
1 Sandwich 10 minutes
Cook Time
7 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 Sandwich 10 minutes
Cook Time
7 minutes
Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Print Recipe
This is a serious step by step. You probably don't need me to spell it out like I did. Easy to make, great for lunches. Serve with chips and a pickle for a meal!
Servings Prep Time
1 Sandwich 10 minutes
Cook Time
7 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 Sandwich 10 minutes
Cook Time
7 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: Sandwich
Instructions
  1. Cut the bologna in halves
    Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese
  2. Place the bologna halves in a skillet on Medium to Medium High heat and cook till it starts to turn brown on the edges. Remove the bologna from pan when done. Place on a paper towel.
  3. Butter your bread on one side while the bologna is cooking. I used sourdough for me and whole grain white for my daughter.
    Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese
  4. Place the bread butter side down in the skillet. Cook on medium - medium high heat. Add Mayo or Miracle Whip to the side up.
  5. Place one slice of cheese on bread.
    Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese
  6. Place your fried bologna on top of the cheese. Use as many halves as you want. I usually go with 3-4.
    Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese
  7. Place your 2nd piece of cheese on top of the fried bologna.
    Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese
  8. Place your bread on top, butter side up. You're sandwich is probably ready to flip now. Cook each side until it's the way you like it. I like mine just barely golden brown, whereas my daughter likes hers "squeeshy", aka hardly cooked.
    Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese
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Fried Bologna Grilled Cheese

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6 Comments


    1. Huh…I only fry my ham for my omelets…now you got me thinking 😉 Thanks for stopping by and checkin it out!!

      Have a great day!

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  1. Hi Bobbi! Stopping by from The Shady Porch! I love the idea of a family blog! I wish I had that (mom, sister, daughter…any would be nice!). I am following via Twitter, Bloglovin and Pinterest. I hope to see you regularly at the #partyontheporch. BTW- we love fried bologna sandwiches at our house. Have a great day. Blessings, D
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    1. Hi D!! It is nice to share this with my daughter & g-daughter. I plan on returning back to ya! Appreciate you letting me know.

      Thanks for stopping by and checking us out!!

      Have a great day!

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  2. That’s funny, I always thought fried Bologna sandwiches were a southern thing because I grew eating them in TN and when I moved north no one I knew had ever had one. Guess we’re just lucky that we had parents/grandparents that made them for us, whereever they came from! 🙂
    Kat@Home. Made. Interest. recently posted…10 Awesome Bacon RecipesMy Profile

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    1. Hi Kat. I agree, regardless, we have it now!! Thanks for stopping by and checking it out!!!

      Have a great day!

      Reply

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