What a delicious, easy and quick way to make a meal. My whole family loved the sandwich. I did fry the sausage before building the sandwich. I also used a large round loaf of bread because I was out of sub rolls. I went by the recipe otherwise. The sandwich turned out great and was so easy. I will certainly make this recipe again and again. Thanks :-)
This sandwich was amazing. My husband keeps telling me to make it again and again. I made it exactly like the recipe is written for the two of us and prepared it with only mustard, kraut and cheddar cheese for my children. They loved it. Great recipe!
I made this recipe exactly as written with no deviations. This sub was simply wonderful on all fronts. It was easy to prepare, the ingredients were inexpensive and the taste is fabulous. I used my own recipe for the submarine rolls and I cannot imagine a better compliment to my bread!
This is awesome! The only thing I will be doing different in the future is cook them in the oven for a least 25 maybe 30 minutes. I did toast the rolls before heating as rickoholic83 suggested but they still were lukewarm. Instead of the Kielbasa I used Smoked Bratwurst. I used the yellow mustard and I added a slice of swiss cheese which I was hoping would be nice and gooey. Next time it will be. :) Thanks steve in fl for posting.
Fantastic! I cut the recipe down to 1 serving and toasted the sub roll. I used yellow mustard and added about a tablespoon of horseradish. Loved it! Thanks for sharing, steve in FL. **Made for Spring PAC 2008**
I used a 14 oz pkg of Polish sausage, wheat hoagies and yellow mustard. I wrapped them tightly in foil, placed them on a cookie sheet and cooked at 375 degrees for 25 minutes. They were very hot. Next time suggestions included swiss or pepper jack cheeses. I'd also like to try spicy mustard. Update: Used pepper jack cheese and increased to 27 oz can of sauerkraut. Worked very well.