Showing posts with label Sandwiches. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sandwiches. Show all posts

March 10, 2016

French Dip Sandwiches Crock Pot Freezer Meal

2-3 lb beef chuck roast
29 oz beef consomme
6-8 hoagie buns

Mix beef and consomme together and freeze. Thaw for about 24 hours and then dump into crock pot. Cook on low for 8-11 hours. Shred and serve on buns with juice for dipping. 

February 6, 2014

Sausage Burger Sandwiches

I've been wanting to make these little sandwiches for a long time. I finally got around to making them and now I want to make them every week. They were so good. I am actually thinking about making them for the kid's birthday party.

1 lb ground beef
1 lb italian sausage
velveeta cheese
hawaiian rolls or dinner rolls

Brown ground beef and sausage.  Drain. Mix in cheese. Serve on buns. 

December 7, 2012

Layered Italian Bake

I think I've cooked dinner every night this week. That's probably a first for me. We usually at least have one night of frozen pizza or chicken nuggets.

This time it's Layered Italian Bake.

1- 8oz refrigerated crescent rolls
8 slices turkey
8 slices ham
12 slices salami (I didn't use salami, but I guess the meat is what gives it the Italian name?)
8 slices swiss cheese
4 eggs, beaten
1 can roasted red peppers (I didn't use these either because I don't like peppers)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Unroll crescent rolls without separating triangles. Separate into 2 squares.
Place one square on the bottom of an 8x8 square baking dish.

Layer half the meat on top of dough, then cheese and peppers. Pour half of the eggs on top of the cheese.

Continue layering meat, cheese, peppers.  Place other square of crescent rolls on top.  Pour remaining eggs on top of dough.

Cover lightly with foil and bake for 20 minutes.  Remove foil and cook for an additional 20 minutes. (I cooked mine for a total of 50 minutes because I noticed the eggs were still really runny and that grosses me out)

Let cool for 10-15 minutes. Enjoy!

I will admit this recipe scared me a little. First, was the fact that I was putting eggs on what was essentially a sandwich and I don't really like eggs. Second, was the way it looked. I'm a picky eater so if something looks weird I won't even try it, but this smelled amazing so I gave it a try.  It was actually pretty good. I couldn't taste the eggs at all. Mike said it was alright and again Marley only ate hers because she wanted candy afterwards.  I did some searching online to see if I could find some other reviews of it, just to see what others thought of it, and I stumbled across someone saying they would make it using cheddar cheese and add bacon so it's more of a breakfast dish. I am totally doing that next time- who doesn't love bacon?!