Really the amounts are only a guideline, you may use as much as desired, my family loves them piled high, amounts are for one sandwich --- if desired you could toast 2 slices of bread and make it into a sandwich, use the largest slice of pumpernickle for this! --- see my recipe#188009
The amounts listed are only a guideline you may adjust to taste, make certain that the cheese is always on the top, this is a great way to use up cooked roast beef or deli roast beef --- FOR PARTY APPETIZERS instead of using buns replace with small party size pumpernickle bread slices that have been toasted, follow as directed only using smaller amounts.
My family loves these sandwiches, they are especially great using garden tomatoes, I make them using Pepper Jack cheese but American cheese slices works good also, you can adjust the butter amount to suit taste.
Perfect for a Super Bowl get together! The ingredients may be doubled or tripled, if desired for more amount. Note: thinly sliced red onions, and green sliced ripe olives may be add to the sandwich if desired, but it is not necessary.
This is an authentic Italian deli submarine sandwich, try to use the best quality cold cuts and a fresh crusty loaf French or Italian bread, if you are a sandwich lover like my family is, then you will simply love this! Since I really don't bother measuring when I make this sandwich the amounts stated are just estimated you can adjust the amounts to taste but please try to use all the ingredients listed for the best Italian sub sandwich you will ever have!
This is a great way to use up leftover steak or roast beef, my family loves these sandwiches, feel free to adjust amounts to taste --- prep time does not include cooked the peppers and onions, if I know I will be serving these sandwiches I most always prepare the bell pepper/onion mixture well in advance, I have left the sauteed mushrooms as optional they do however make a great addition to this sandwich :)
This makes the best fried bologna sandwich, I think it's the buttered grilled buns that really add to the flavor! My DS loves this with a couple slices of dill pickles and chips. I like to sprinkle some garlic powder on top of the slices after spreading with butter, and before browning, but that is only optional.
My DH loves these sandwiches, try to cook the egg until just slightly soft so the the yolk runs when you bite into it! The amounts listed are only a guidline you may adjust to taste, I usually use 2 eggs for one sandwich, throw a couple slices of bacon or a pork breakfast patty on also, *SOOOO* good! :)
This is a great recipe to use up leftover beef, my family *loves* these sandwiches, the ingredients here are only a guideline, you can adjust amounts to taste --- prep time does not include making the pasta sauce --- don't forget to sprinkle the buns with the garlic powder it really adds to the sandwich! :)
Trust me you will be craving this often once you try it! --- you may use regular white salt but the seasoned salt is better, also use as much cheese and tomato slices as desired, I sometimes add in some chopped sweet yum yum pickles to the tuna filling too --- low-fat mayonnaise and cheese may be used :)
Use a good quality ranch dressing for this, it will really improve the taste of the sandwich. All ingredient amounts can be adjusted to suit taste. I like to warm the sandwiches slightly in the microwave just before serving to soften the bread and melt cheese. You can replace the ranch with any similar dressing/spread, Thousand Island dressing will work great with this see recipe#188009 or see recipe#81986
This may be made using sliced turkey or chicken in place of roast beef, I prefer the beef better --- leftover roast beef, thinly sliced steak or deli roast beef will work for this, if you don't have a toaster oven to toast the sliced buns you can just toast them under the broiler firstly.