Waffled Croque Madam

Waffled Croque Madam

Waffled Croque Madam

1 piece Pillsbury Crescent Dough or homemade Brioche Dough

1 T. unsalted Butter, melted

3 T. Béchamel Sauce

2 slices Black Forest Ham

¼ C. shredded Gruyere Cheese

1 Egg


Preheat waffle iron to medium. Use one wedge of crescent dough, cut it in half and arrange to make a square about 4-5 inches on each side. Brush both sides of waffle iron with melted butter using a silicone brush. Place dough square on the melted butter, close and cook that dough square 3-4 minutes, or until golden brown. Remove to a plate. If using brioche dough, cook as above, but dough will cook a little longer depending on how thick you rolled your down, probably 4-5 minutes. Pour béchamel into cooked dough, allowing it to pool in the divots. Layer on ham, then cheese and transfer the assembled stack back to the waffle iron, close lid, and cook 10 seconds, just to melt the cheese. Remove to a plate. Crack egg into a small bowl, pour into buttered waffle iron and cook without closing the lid until the white is cooked through and yolk slightly set, 2-3 minutes. Carefully loosen edges and transfer to top of your sandwich and serve.

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