A collection of sandwiches and savory turnovers. There are such a variety of names for turnovers such as bialys, bierrocks, blachinda, calzones, empanadas, knishes, kol borek, pasties, runzas, samosas, sukkot knishes,uzka saveur, and jaffies, to name a few. Serve them for appetizers, or for lunch or dinner, with a side salad or a bowl of soup.
It's so simple & easy for the life of me I don't know why our local restaurants can't get it right, the key is the Ribeye and the Cheez Whiz, if you veer off that course it won't taste right.
In answer to Alan's review I beg to differ! I just watched a show that followed the making of these great sandwiches at both Pat's & Geno's and guess what?! The Provolone was added after the fact because of customer requests, not the Authentic cheese!!! Pat invented the sandwich and uses Cheez Whiz -- not slamming Alan but I got it from the source so do try the sandwich, you'll absolutely LOVE it!
I use butter because that adds a depth of flavor you don't get with the olive oil. Use what you like!
I've had and used this recipe since junior high Home Economics. It's one of my favorites, and always ready in less than 30 minutes for a quick week night meal that everyone will enjoy! This is also great with Italian Style Ground Turkey, or sausage.
Taverns are similar to sloppy joes, just not as "tomato-y;" I have made these for many church and work pot-lucks by increasing the quantities. For Zaar I cut the recipe down to 4 servings. I have had this recipe for many years and really don't have a clue where I first came across it. Works great in the Crock Pot.
In anticipation of the beautiful garden tomatoes I'm looking forward to, I want to post this recipe! I found this on myrecipes.com and adapted it to fit our tastes. Yummy!
Please note the Basil Aioli makes 1 cup. And cooking time for Aioli is 30 minutes, not included in cook time for sandwich.
Lower fat version of a popular sandwich! One of my favorite sammies. I frequently make this in my George Foreman Grill. For me, the greatest part of this is that it doesn't call for the standard Thousand Island dressing, which I hardly ever have on hand.
I really like egg salad sandwiches. It was the first sandwich "filling" I learned how to make. I've tried many recipes, this is one of my favorites!
Update -- YIKES! I completely forgot to add an ingredient! Corrected recipe to add 2 Tablespoons minced green onion.
Cucumber sandwiches are made with fresh springy white or brown bread, lightly buttered, and with the crusts cut off – the perfect cool summer snack to go with your afternoon tea. This recipe idea came from a friend who was lucky enough to attend a Garden Party at Buckingham Palace - she swears this is how they made them! Cucumber sandwiches achieved literary notoriety in Oscar Wilde’s play The Importance of Being Earnest (1895) when Algernon devours an entire plate full in the first act and there are none left for his aunt, Lady Bracknell. They are presented by Jack as being a delicacy: “Hallo! Why all these cups? Why cucumber sandwiches? Why such reckless extravagance in one so young? Who is coming to tea?”
Great for a bridal party, meetings or any social event. Easy and quick preparation. Use either white or wheat bread. Filling may be made a day ahead and refrigerated until sandwiches are made. Recipe is easily doubled.
I used to eat my sandwiches and chips like this sometimes as a kid and remembered loving the crunch in the sandwich! I thought it'd be a fun recipe to post and maybe for kid's lunch box surprises or something :)
Easy to make pizza bread starting with a loaf of French bread or you could also use kaiser rolls or other bakery buns. Great for lunch or dinner, or cut into smaller slices for appetizers. You can bake it in the oven, or cook the hamburger first and make it on the barbecue. You can change the seasonings to taste and add other favorite pizza toppings if you like. Times given are for the oven method. Additional time is required to cook the hamburger for the barbecue method.
Mustard is unbelievably wonderful for this sandwich, a must try! This is a definite comfort food! It is and can also be made using deep fried hot dogs as well. As a kid growing up in NJ, I (Bird) ate these all the often. This is my version that I make at home, as we live just a wee too far a drive to Charlie's in Kenilworth NJ. The original Charlie's uses pizza dough for the crust, so if you'de like, we recommend using Recipe #265466, baking it as a 2 round loaves which will give you 4 sandwiches. You can read more about Charlie's here. http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Overview.aspx?RefID=1668
The other day I had a sammich similar to this for lunch. I couldn't get over how good it was! So yesterday for Valentine's Day, I decided to recreate it in my kitchen for my honey. (Hence the "love" in the name) Dan really liked it so I decided to share it with the world. If you decide to try this sammich, I BEG you, don't use the "convenience food" stuff. This is a gourmet sammich and if you do not use the fresh ingredients, you will not get the full effect of the flavors.