Italian Sausage Sandwich

"This does not use the grill but the oven. Other cheese can be used..I sometimes use 2 different cheeses or whatever I have in the fridge."
 
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Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat the oven to 375°F.
  • In a skillet brown sausage.
  • Drain off the fat, stir in the sauce and olives, heat through.
  • Split rolls lengthwise without cutting through opposite side.
  • Hollow out buns slightly, halve cheese slices lengthwise.
  • Place a piece of cheese on bottom half of each roll.
  • Divide meat mixture evenly among the 4 rolls, top with onion and sweet peppers.
  • Place another cheese slice on top and close the rolls.
  • Wrap each sandwich in foil and seal, place on a baking sheet and bake the wrapped sandwiches in the oven for approx 15 minutes.
  • Unwrap serve and enjoy!

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Reviews

  1. FrenchBunny
    This sandwich was so good. I had just sliced the italian sausage instead of crumbling. I also did saute the onions and peppers for just a minute or two. I had used provolone cheese on the bottom of the sandwich and mozzarella for the top. Everything worked out perfectly. My daughter thought it was so yummy and ate hers all up. She is so happy when she visits from college, because I feed her delicious food to fatten up on. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe Pet. Made for Cookathon for Pets'R'us
     
  2. reevgo
    This is a great easy recipe. My family doesn't like olives, but other than leaving those out, I follow this exactly. Very fast, easy , and delicious dinner.
     
  3. AustinsAm
    Delicious! I didn't add the olives and used a regular onion instead of a red onion. Also provolone cheese instead of mozzarella. These are quick and easy and very tasty! Next time I may saute the peppers and onions a little because I like mine more tender.
     
  4. Gsimons85
    aweomse recipe..i sub'd some chicken parmesan-sausage and definitely went well..its on the rotation..nice game day food with chips
     
  5. HokiesMom
    I reduced the recipe for one serving for my DH. He loved it and loved the added cheese - something he normally does not put on this type of sandwich. I'm going to miss you and your recipes Pets. Made in honor and memory of you.
     
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  1. AustinsAm
    Delicious! I didn't add the olives and used a regular onion instead of a red onion. Also provolone cheese instead of mozzarella. These are quick and easy and very tasty! Next time I may saute the peppers and onions a little because I like mine more tender.
     
  2. Derf2440
    YUM !! made this for DH for supper and he loved it!! I browned Hot Italian sausage whole, like a hot dog, and used hot salsa instead of the spaghetti sauce, had none in. Used slices of fresh mozzarella on the bottom and the top with the sliced red pepper and the red onion. DH thouroughly enjoyed it and had a second one the next day for lunch. mmm mmm thanks Annelies for a real treat and soo easy in foil in the oven!!
     

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