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This was so delicious! I used both hot and sweet Italian sausage and I can't decide which one I liked most. Spread the bread with just the roasted garlic paste and no olive oil (we love garlic). Cooked the sausage in a skillet as directed on the Johnsonville package with some extra time added to get to 160 degrees. This with the peppers, onions and mozzarella cheese served on King's Hawaiian Hot Dog Buns made the perfect sandwich!!
The garlic butter really made this stand out from a plain old sausage sandwich! I will be using this every time I make sausage sandwiches from here on out!
This was good and would have been even better with peppers as I had to make a few major changes, omitted red & green peppers as mine looked great on the outside, but were not good on the inside. Used sundried tomato italian sausage, which I partially cut in half lengthwise, removed the casing and splayed open, poached for 10 mins. Panfried for approx. 5 mins until nicely browned. Toasted the roll, added the sausage and sauteed onions, topped with cheddar, and broiled until cheese was bubbly.
I used provolone cheese instead of the mozzarella, but other than that made exactly as the recipe indicated. Great sandwich!
When I lived in Vancouver I would often go to Granville Island Market and there was an Italian food stall that sold sanwiches just like this. Wonderful right to the last bite. I served mine open (supply & demand) Thanks JanetC for posted a sandwich that is delicious and brought back memories
My husband and I liked this recipe. Thank you for sharing it.
great sandwich ,dee