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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
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White Wheat Bread, oscar mayer thick cut beef bologna, mayonaise


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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
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Meatball Stew sandwich

Toast some bread put creole mustard on both slices, cut meatballs in half place on bread with some onions and peppers from the stew, top with thin sliced cantaloupe.


How do you prepare the meatballs? Cantaloupe is an interesting touch...


Duane Dibbley
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
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How do you prepare the meatballs?

Regular Cajun Meatball Stew I add jalapeños and don't dice everything fine, just what goes in the meatballs. I put extra meatballs in just to make the sandwiches the next day.


Nicky Parrish
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
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White Bunny Bread, oscar mayer thick cut beef bologna, mustard.

This is really good. I sometimes pan fry the bologna and add a slice of cheese between the hot bologna. Either way is good.
Fried luncheon meat fixed the same way is good too!
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AlwysATgr
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
Here's a couple:

1) Grilled Yellow-Fin Tuna (YFT)
- season with a coarse black pepper and sea salt; little olive oil
- Grill for about 2 minutes each side (obviously depends on thickness/temp)
- Dress with Hurricane Sauce and lettuce/tomato

2) Smoked chicken, bacon, colby jack cheese, and garlic mayo in a pressed tortilla or ciabatta roll



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ruzil
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
This is a great one if you have a sandwich press.

French bread
blanched asparagus
sun dried tomatoes packed in oil
goat cheese.

Assemble and press.


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dallasga6
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
Not sure if this is a simple enuff sandwich but it's an awesome sandwich from a middle Ga resturant. Sounds ho-hum but comes together and is delicious...

From a G&G article...Manna from heaven...


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INGREDIENTS

1 cup mayonnaise

1/2 cup Catalina or French dressing

1/4 cup plus 2 tbsp. ketchup

1/4 cup spicy brown mustard, preferably Gulden’s

2 tbsp. sugar

1/2 cup diced onion

1/4 cup soy sauce, preferably Kikkoman’s

1 tbsp. dried parsley

1 1/2 tsp. dried basil

1/2 tsp. garlic powder

2 1/2 lb. ground chuck

1/4 lb. Swiss cheese

6 6-inch hoagie rolls

PREPARATION

Combine the first 5 ingredients in a bowl. Set aside.

Dice the onion and add it to a skillet over high heat with ¼ cup of water and soy sauce. Add herbs and garlic powder and cook for 5 minutes, or until liquid is mostly reduced. Add beef and continue to simmer until cooked through, about 10 minutes. Drain off fat.

Split the rolls. Slather them with sauce, and put cheese on top. Place them under the broiler until cheese melts, 1-2 minutes. Heap ground beef on each sandwich and serve.




Powerman
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
BLT on Texas toast. Add avocado and a thin layer of spicy mayo


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dirtsandwich
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
I’ve made the turkey and wolf’s greens melt and it’s really damn good (and pretty easy for a group).

Otherwise, I’m usually very straightforward from my fridge. Key to me is really good bread.


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White Bunny Bread,


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tduecen
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
No pictures of these sandwiches, I am sad


Pirate0714
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
Yea I’ve done this with leftover meatball stew and makes a killer foldover on bunnybread. Cajun ninja has an excellent recipe on youtube.

LINK


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t00f
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
Here you go. One of my favorites after Thanksgiving ‘witch



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Seymour
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
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hot dogs are not sandwiches.


Not sure if this counts then, but I like beer braised brats with spicy brown mustard and braised red cabbage or sauerkraut.


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Smoked Gouda and bacon panini with homemade fig preserves.


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beantown
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Can’t wait to try it!


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unclejhim
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
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sandwich recipes by TH03


This with lettuce and sliced dill pickles on toasted pumpernickel.


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StringedInstruments
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
One way to spruce up sandwiches is to add different jams/preserves/marmalade’s to it. Mayo, mustard, or ketchup is a very small sample size of condiments that can balance and accentuate the flavor of the meat and cheese.


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TheBigHurt
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
I get this made at Central Market in Houston.

Ciabatta, garlic mayo, swiss and salmon toasted.

Add red onion, capers, black olives and cilantro.

Boom! Isssssss good


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VinegarStrokes
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re: Share some homemade sandwich recipes
sorry, no recipe since my wife made it and we are both at work, but she did a Curry Chicken Salad sandwich the other day that was incredible. Along the same lines as the Sriracha Chicken Salad in the OP, but prepared with a yellow curry powder or something.


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