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This was easy, tasty, and well received by DH. Instead of barbecue sauce I used a prepared pizza sauce, and provolone cheese. Served it with a canned minestrone soup; and some fresh fruit as a salad/dessert. Good for one of those days when, for whatever reason, serious cooking is not on the agenda.
I used Pepper Jack and Sweet Baby Ray's, omitting the onion. Great sandwich!
This was a good sandwich. I didn't care for the sliced onion on it. Next time I'm going to try the onion roll like MTDavids stated. O Also may try the provilone cheese on it. Thanks for posting.
Oh boy...this hit the spot!I used Sweet Baby Ray's bar-b-que sauce and a thin slice of onion with 3 pc. of salami and colby jack cheese.I've said it before and I'll say it again,quick and easy are my two favorite things when it comes to cooking and it doesn't get any easier than this.Thank you so much for sharing this tastey treat!
YUM! I used a crusty italian roll, some smoked german salami, thinly sliced onion, medium cheddar and Famous Daves thick and sassy BBQ sauce! I heated about 30 seconds in the microwave. Very tasty! I loved the unique combination of ingredients. I will make this again!
Great lunch! Added a couple thin slices of maple ham to each sandwich. Did a couple with provolone, very good also. We used our new favorite bottled sauce, Sweet Baby Ray's. Thanx for posting this--sometimes it's the simplest things that suprise your tastebuds the most!
Thanks Anne...good sammy. Used extra slice of salami and broiled open faced until cheese melted. Also used an onion roll and no onion. Results were great. A "must try" for salami lovers. Thanks again for the keeper.