The Best Roast Beef Sandwich

"Simply the best. We used to have to check other recipes for duplicates, but it seems we can't do that anymore, unless I missed something. If this is the same as someone else's, sorry. I can't take sole claim to this one, it was in a magazine. Though I did add the Kitchen Bouquet and red onion. I toast the rolls under the broiler with a little olive oil before topping with the beef mixture, it keeps them from getting super soggy, though my daughters like them untoasted, so personal preference prevails."
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  • Brush the rolls with a little olive oil and toast under a low broiler. (optional).
  • Heat oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Heat soup, water, worcestershire sauce and Kitchen Bouquet in a 2 quart saucepan over medium-high heat to a boil. Add beef and heat through, stirring occasionally.
  • Divide beef among rolls, top with the onion, pepper rings and cheese, and place subs onto a baking sheet.
  • Bake 3 minutes or until subs are toasted and cheese is melted. Spoon soup mixture onto subs.
  • Chow!

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  1. VJW73
    I felt these were just ok, but my three teenage boys gobbled them down. That's why I rated it four stars. Any recipe that satisfies their hunger, is a good recipe to me. I did add garlic mayo after toasting them which made them better to me.


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