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    Freezing Sandwiches

    Mon Mar 22, 2010 2:58 am
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    I'm looking for some ideas for great make ahead sandwich ideas that can be frozen and then later defrosted. Kid friendly ideas would be great!

    Thank you in advance icon_smile.gif
    Mon Mar 22, 2010 8:33 pm
    Forum Host
    The only sandwiches I've ever frozen are ones I make with leftover pulled pork - I just make them, double wrap, and then zap in the microwave for a hot sandwich. I use this recipe, but I am sure any recipe would work, Pulled Pork (Crock Pot)
    Tue Mar 23, 2010 7:56 pm Groupie
    I love these: Hot Ham and Swiss Cheese Sandwiches- I always use the butter/mustard/onion/Worcestershire mixture, but I've mixed it up by using different meats and cheeses (like turkey and cheddar, or roast beef and havarti) and once, when I couldn't find kaiser rolls, I just used plain hamburger buns. Not as pretty, but just as tasty, so I'll likely continue that substitution since burger buns are cheaper. I almost hate to admit it, but I eat these for breakfast almost as much as for lunch icon_redface.gif .
    Chubby Cook
    Thu Mar 25, 2010 11:22 am Groupie
    Just about any kid sandwich can be frozen -- PB&J, luncheon meat, tunafish, spam spreads, etc -- though you should stay away from mayonnaise since it will separate when thawed. American cheese slices hold up fairly well. Brush inside of bread with margarine or butter from edge to edge since it will act as a barrier to protect the bread from absorbing moisture from the filling.

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