Grilled cheese sandwich with bacon, kimchi, instant noodles and a sunny side up fried egg.
The Heart Attack Sandwich is aptly named and not to be taken lightly. It is the most decadent, most over top and quite frankly, most dangerous sandwich ever to be topped with a slice of bread and put under the griller. That’s right, the only sandwich that contains a coronary in every mouthful.
What makes this sandwich next level is the combination of three flavours, kimchi, bacon and egg. They are like an unholy triumvirate of deliciousness that have been purposely kept apart, because, if they were ever combined on one plate; they would take over the world, one bite at a time.
For this dish you will need the following.
2 thick slices of white bread
Enough butter to smear on both sides
2 slices of cheese
2 rashes of bacon, roughly chopped
2 scoops of kimchi, roughly chopped
Splash of soy sauce
1 packet instant noodles
vegetable oil to fry
First thing’s first, grab the bread and smear the butter on the outside then place the cheese slice on the unbuttered side of one piece and put aside.
Place a non-stick pan on a medium heat, add a glug of oil and when hot, crack in your egg. Cook till done then put it aside on a cutting board.
Place a pot of water on the stove, bring to a boil then chuck in your instant noodles for 2 minutes.
When they are done, empty the noodles into a strainer over the sink and put aside.
Add the non-stick fry pan to the stove again and heat a splash of oil.
And the bacon and cook until dark and crispy, turn and repeat.
Put in the kimchi and a splash of soy then stir then add the noodles and combine well.
Grab some tongs and place a generous amount of the noodles onto the cheese, then top with the bread.
Wipe out your pan with a paper towel, put it over heat and add the sandwich, when golden brown, flip it and cook the other side.
When the sandwich is down take it out of the pan, open the lid and slide on the sunny side up egg. Place the lid of your sandwich on top, cut in half and serve with a cold beer, some chips or pork rinds and, if you have one, a defibrillator.