Nat's Sub Sauce

"This is a topping for cold sandwich subs. This is better if it sits for a bit, but not necessary."
 
Nat's Sub Sauce created by mums the word
Ready In:
1min
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Mix all together.
  • Spread on both sides of bread before adding your meat and veggies.

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  1. nolongercold
    This recipe gets a BIG NO for me. This "sub sauce" will ruin a cold-cut sandwich faster than throwing it on a dirty floor and then stomping on it. I wish I had not bought into the rave reviews and made a triple sized batch of it - what a waste. In the garbage it goes, though. I suggest equal parts mayo and brown mustard, and a pinch of thyme, oregano, red pepper flakes, and salt and pepper. (a pinch is about 1/4 tsp.)
     
  2. LUVMY2BOYS
    I ALMOST passed on this recipe, thinking it wouldn't work for my needs, but am very glad I gave it a shot! I omitted the olive oil because I am watching my fat content, and the result was still so flavorful & easy. I used fat free mayo & messed around a bit with the spice amounts, but stayed true to the recipe. Am gonna have it on my vegetarian "salami" sandwich tomorrow night & I cannot wait! I've been looking for a sandwich spread forever that was full of great herbs & flavor but wasn't full of fat & calories. Thanks so much for sharing this!
     
  3. mums the word
    This really perks up a sandwich Nat! I made turkey bacon club sandwiches for a hockey buffet tonight and they looked and tasted awesome. This is so simple and uses ingredients that most people would have on hand. Thanks for posting!
     
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