This is from Pampered Chef. I recently attended an "It's A Wrap" party through them and got the recipe for this. We like it without the meat, but you can be the judge of whether you add it in or not. ZWT West region.
This is my variation of traditional Cuban Tortas, which I serve "mashed," along with Mojo Sauce. Either serve them for lunch or dinner, or cut into quarters as appetizers. Use Cuban bread, if you want to make it from scratch, but I like these made with regular hamburger buns.
Also known as Tuscan Portobello Melt.This winning recipe (combined with Recipe #193721) was Betty Fraser's entry for the Top Chef episode where the competitors had to present a "comfort food". The soup and sandwich combo will become a featured item on TGI Friday's menu. The judges raved about then and I know why. Delicious!
Mrs. Ronnie has been making this for a long time and she put it in our first church cookbook. It is good on sandwiches, crackers, salads or if you are like me, you can just eat it by the spoonful!
Refrigerate 24 hours before serving.
Can be made in a frying pan or grill (the George Foreman type) I found this recipe on the net, changed it a bit and at the moment it is an addiction!
I like it brushed with the olive oil but my preference is to use mayonnaise and use this method now all the time ever since I made Dawnab's Recipe #108522
This is an old recipe from a chain of restaurants in Nebraska called "The Runza Hut". The sandwiches at that time were more common than hamburgers and were often found at tailgate parties before the Nebraska football games. They can be made ahead and refrigerated or even frozen.
I found this recipe in a Kraft What's Cooking magazine. As I normally do at our house, I made some adjustments to make the recipe lighter in fat & to accommodate our picky eating habits. These wraps are full of flavour & very quick & easy to prepare!
Signor Lupo Salvadore established Central Grocery in New Orleans, LA and is credited with the creation of the muffaletta. Then there is the counter-claim that Bartolomeo Perrone, owner of Progress Grocery, invented the muffaleta. Either way, the sandwich is incredible.
I like to experiment with my table top grill on panini like sandwiches. This one is easy and tasted awesome! From a TV show special on warm comfort food type meals. Feel free to use what ever method you have available if you dont own a panini press. These are just as good done as a traditionally made grilled cheese in a skillet or griddle but if using this method it helps to weigh the sandwich down with something heavy such as an iron skillet or a brick covered in heavy duty foil.
Paula Deen says this is the most requested sandwich at their restaurant in Savannah, Georgia! Look and see why!
Note: The calories are so high because the total amount of dressing is firgured in. When you eat this you only use a small amount of dressing!