Food Network Roast Beef and Horseradish Finger Sandwiches (Tea S

Yummy addition to a tea, baby shower, football party or anytime! This recipe is courtesy of Jill Novatt of the Food Network. It is a simple recipe that can be eaten as is or taken to another level by adding cheese, tomatoes and/or avocado. You can also use mini sourdough rolls. It seems intimidating to grill the bread. I just broiled/toasted the roll halves open faced in the oven on a baking sheet and achieved the same results. Enjoy! ChefDLH

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  • Preheat the grill. Mix together the sour cream, horseradish and lemon juice. Season with salt and pepper. Brush the bread slice with the olive oil. Place the bread on a grill and grill for 2 minutes per side, until the bread becomes crunchy. Remove the bread from the grill and cut each slice in half. On 12 of the bread halves, spread some of the horseradish sauce. Top the sauce with 2 ounces of roast beef. Top the beef with 1 leaf of Romaine lettuce. Place the remaining bread halves on top of the Romaine.
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"Yummy addition to a tea, baby shower, football party or anytime! This recipe is courtesy of Jill Novatt of the Food Network. It is a simple recipe that can be eaten as is or taken to another level by adding cheese, tomatoes and/or avocado. You can also use mini sourdough rolls. It seems intimidating to grill the bread. I just broiled/toasted the roll halves open faced in the oven on a baking sheet and achieved the same results. Enjoy! ChefDLH"
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  1. ChefDLH
    Yummy addition to a tea, baby shower, football party or anytime! This recipe is courtesy of Jill Novatt of the Food Network. It is a simple recipe that can be eaten as is or taken to another level by adding cheese, tomatoes and/or avocado. You can also use mini sourdough rolls. It seems intimidating to grill the bread. I just broiled/toasted the roll halves open faced in the oven on a baking sheet and achieved the same results. Enjoy! ChefDLH
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