There are some remarkable dishes that were created by culinary geniuses right here in Kentucky. The Kentucky Hot-Brown definitely qualifies as “Old Fashioned” since it was created in 1926. This is a fabulous open faced turkey sandwich that is a complete meal in one beautiful dish.
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Kentucky Hot Brown Recipe
The Kentucky Hot Brown is really just an open faced turkey sandwich bursting with turkey, cheesy cream-sauce (mornay), bacon and tomatoes. This is a culinary experience that you will not believe. No sandwich ever tasted this good.
Melt butter in sauce pan, add flour & whisk to combine. Cook on medium until thick. Whisk in broth. Stir in cheese. Salt & pepper to taste.
To assemble Hot Browns:
Place toast in pie pan. Top with sliced turkey. Pour mornay sauce over turkey. Place tomato slices, bacon slices over mornay sauce. Sprinkle cheese on top. Bake 350 degrees until hot and bubbly (about 15 minutes).