By Wildflour on March 10, 2005
Photo by * Pamela *
Photo by * Pamela *
"Even though this is an easy one--it's actually really good!"
Serving Size: 1 (344 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I loved this recipe, so easy and delicious! I typically use left over tomato/meat sauce I have made for spagetti and reheat a little, so basically it's like 3 ingredients, sauce, bun, and cheese....plus any 'burger' toppings anyone might want. Super idea!"
"This is a recipe similar to one my mom made when I was a kid and we loved it. We used tomato paste (small can vs tomato sauce), added olives, black, green or both and topped with a slice of tomato under the cheese. Very good, now that I came across this recipe its on my menu for next week! Thanks"
"My husband and one of my boys loved it and the other son hated it. I think he hated it because he hates anything tomatoey. (If that makes sense) I will make this again. On my own I might add some mushrooms to it. Thanks!"
"This was okay. I loved how easy and quick it was to prepare, but my family said they preferred the tangier flavor of homemade sloppy joes. My favorite part of this recipe was how the sandwich was put together and served. I guess we aren't a fan of canned tomato soup mixed with ground beef and little else...kind of bland and boring. A note of caution, let this sandwich cool for a bit before biting into it. When this comes out of the oven, the filling is volcanic!"
"This is very tasty and I loved how quickly I put this together. A nice change from a regular old sandwich at lunch. This reminded me of sloppy joes, but kicked up a knotch. I used shredded Tilamook cheese and put some bacon on top. Yum. Thanks for sharing."
"Made this tonight following the recipe to a tee. It was a little on the salty side. Either from too much actual salt, canned soup , or the velveeta . Anyways turned out fine and the kids liked it. Since its warm outside I made it on the grill instead of using the oven."
"It was good. I added 1 tbls of worchestershire to add a little zing. It's quick to make as written. A good weeknight sandwich to serve with some soup."
"This was an interesting recipe to try. I left out the onions but added onion powder to the soup. I then used provolone instead of velveeta. I will definitely used the velveeta next time."
"I had my reservations, but I allowed DS to make this alone the other night.. Sounded funky, but it was a GREAT, HEARTY meal for him and his dad!! A keeper in his new cookbook!! Thanks!"
"This is another of my "forgotten" recipes, that I didn't review. So sorry, I am trying to catch up. My family really liked this recipe and there is so much you can do to it, to change it up a bit. I made this as written, but next time might add a few extras. I love stuffed french bread and this is no exception. Yummy......thank you for my own recipe instead of ordering out.....Stephanie"
"This was good for a quick fun meal. I used sliced cheddar instead of velveeta."
"Our whole family really like this recipe. My Husband especially likes it because he can have a gigantic piece!!! "
"My entire family LOVED this for dinner. I had to make two and it's a good thing I did. I did not have any Velveeta so I used 8 ounces of Kraft Singles and I also used ground turkey in place of the beef. This is one of the best things I have made lately, and what is even more of a surprise is the fact that it tastes delicious the next day COLD!! I will be making this very often, thank you."
"This was so easy to make. It had a nice flavor, and was even better reheated! I will definitely make this again. :)"
"This is similar to one of the first things I cooked as a teenager. The filling was gr.beef,diced celery, onion, redbell pepper the torn up bread from hollowing out the loaf and a can or 2 of cheddar cheese soup. I'm going to have to try this one though...the photo got me:)"
"Quick, easy and tasty--my favorite. I left the onion out so DS would eat it. Thanks for posting."
"We just had this tonight for dinner and every one was happy with it. My husband (who is very picky) loved it, and my mother (who is even pickier) "enjoyed it very much". I cooked the meat with the onions but also added garlic and mushrooms. I also made half the loaf with velveeta and the other half with swiss, which is my preferance. It was quick, easy, tasty and more importantly my 2 year old liked it. Thank you very much for sharing and God Bless You."
"Cheryls pics looked so good that the I had to try this but it got mixed reviews here on Super bowl Sunday. I had an extra loaf of french bread from the bakery and used it, everything else was as stated except on one I made it a bacon cheeseburger with the addition of chopped cooked bacon. I thought it was good, just not outstanding, kids all thought it was so so. Great for a quick to fix meal/snack but will make some changes next time."
"Mmmmmm Mmmmmm! Delicious! I made this for supper as part of your cook-a-thon and we really enjoyed it. I used a multigrain bread instead of french bread. I had some leftover mushrooms that I added to my piece (I'm the only one who likes them) and it was my own personal mushroom topped cheeseburger. Thanks for sharing this recipe and get better soon :)"
"Wonderful!!! We really liked this quick and easy "cheeseburger!" I also upped the spices because we are also spice fiends. I baked a loaf of french bread (recipe #85705) for this and the whole meal was outstanding!"