|28 eaches||Sliced Canadian bacon|
|12 ounces||Mozzarella cheese|
|12 eaches||Slices french bread|
|12 eaches||Slices raw tomato|
|⅓ cup||Salad oil|
|2 eaches||Cans tomato sauce|
|1½ cup||Grated parmesan cheese|
|1 each||Salad oil again|
Note: You'll need four skewers approximately 10-12 in. long. Also the french bread should be the long and narrow kind cut into ½ inch slices. The raw tomato is also cut into ½ inch slices. The cans of tomato sauce are 8 oz. You'll need 28 pieces of cheese to equal the number of slices of bacon. Cut the cheese into 1 in. squares about ¼ in. thick. Fold a slice of Canadian bacon around each piece of cheese. Press the bacon firmly to hold the cheese in place. Cut each piece of tomato and each piece of bread in half. Heat the ⅓ cup of oil in a large skillet. Brown bread on both sides. Be prepared to turn bread quickly to avoid burning. It should be merely light brown.
On each skewer thread alternate pieces of bacon apped around the mozzarella, bread and tomato. Begin and end with the con. Place each skewer in a shallow baking pan or shallow earthenware sserole. Be sure the folded top of each piece of bacon is up. Pour mato sauce over each skewer. Sprinkle generously with parmesan cheese. rinkle lightly with paprika and additional salad oil. Preheat the oven 400 degrees. Bake the skewers until brown on top. Serve immediately ile very hot.
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