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RECIPE CROQUE MONSIEUR WITH JAMBON DE PARIS

RECIPE CROQUE MONSIEUR WITH JAMBON DE PARIS Ingrédients:
FOR 3 CROQUES

6 slices of SOFT bread
150g of white ham Prince DE Paris
100g of freshly grated County
1 Bechamel House
 
For a bechamel house:
20g of butter
20g of flour
25 Cl of milk
Salt and nutmeg

PREPARATION
Step 1
To prepare the bechamel: Melt the butter on a low heat and add the flour, salt and nutmeg. Stir the whip for a few minutes. Add the cold milk, little by little, while whipping. Let it thicken, give some broths. Pour into a bowl, add stretch film to the surface and put it cool.
Step 2
To prepare the toaster: spread each slice of bread with the cold bechamel. Add a little more than half of the grated cheese to half the slices of bread.
Step 3
Grate the cheese yourself, it's much better. Add the Prince Ham of Paris on the grated cheese.
Step 4
Cover the slices that have the garnish with the rest of the bread, facing the bechamel against the garnish. Press to close the crisps properly. Preheat your oven to 190 °c.
Step 5
Spread the rest of the bechamel on top of each sandwich. Add the rest of the grated cheese to each-Mr. Sandwich.
Step 6
Place the crisps on a baking sheet covered with baking paper and bake for a 12 minutes until golden brown.
Step 7

Serve immediately with a green salad and enjoy. Its soft and creamy. We A.D.O.R.!


Created On  7 Aug 2018 21:38  -  Permalink
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The Prince of Paris, the gastronomists’ ham

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Created On  7 Aug 2018 21:27  -  Permalink
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