Showing posts with label Sandwich. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sandwich. Show all posts

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Sloppy Joe Hoagies

I didn't know what I wanted to fix for supper tonight until I watched Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman.  Don't you just love her?  I do!  She made sloppy joes.  I have been meaning to make them for a while now and tonight seemed like a great time!  These are super simple and easy to make.  If you make your's like your Mama did, they probably taste about the same.  This is a basic recipe.  Feel free to grate or dice other veggies in also.  I was going to add a tomato that looked lonely on my counter but forgot about it while I was getting out some fall decorations.  It's a great way to sneak them in without being caught.  ~smile~  I put the sloppy joe mixture in a hoagie roll, it was actually a potato roll because that is what I had,  so it would be easier for my boys to eat.   Most of it actually made it to their hungry little mouths instead of on the plate.  Enjoy!


Thursday, June 21, 2012

Breakfast Slider

We love to eat breakfast for supper.  Do you?  There is just something so comforting to it.  I always think of my Precious Mama when we do.  Frying up bacon and then scattering flour on the bottom of the cast iron frying pan to cook the eggs just right!  MMM...treasured food and memory.  I'm not cooking bacon now but thought I would share since it's breakfast and all.  <3

I made this sandwich for my hubby the other night and he really like it, I did too!  The boys like their egg scrambled while we like our a little runny.  Eggs, sausage, hash browns, onions, pepper jack cheese, garlic and thyme.  Are you ready to eat?  Well, here you go then !  Enjoy!  <3 and hugs!

Breakfast Slider

1 lb bulk sausage, sliced or sausage patties, country, maple, hot, sage or season your own
or ground sirloin
eggs
pepper jack cheese, shredded
hash browns, I used frozen diced ones
1/4 minced onions
1-2 cloves minced garlic
dried thyme
sea salt, to taste
freshly ground pepper, to taste
 dinner rolls or slices of bread cut in rounds

Make sausage, or sirloin, into patties and cook until done.  Temperature should be 160 degrees for pork.  Cook sirloin the way you like it.
Put on paper towels to soak up the grease.  Blot tops.
Save a little grease, if desired, and add oil to cook hash browns according to directions.
Add hash browns, onions and garlic.  Season with sea salt and freshly ground pepper to taste.
Grate cheese.
When the hash browns are almost done on the flip side, toast rolls or bread rounds that have been cut with a cookie cutter or coffee mug.
To microwave eggs:  Crack an egg in a coffee cup/mug.
Sprinkle with thyme.
Cook at medium heat (1100 watt microwave) for 30 seconds or until the white is cooked on top.  Carefully flip it over and cook another 5 to 10 seconds or until your cooked the way you like your egg.  WATCH CAREFULLY!
If using diced potatoes, mash potatoes and onions until stuck together like the shredded ones.
Place on toasted rolls or toast rounds.
Top with shredded pepper jack cheese.
Place sausage, or sirloin, patty on top of cheese.
Top with egg.  Season with sea salt and freshly ground pepper.
Add additional cheese, if desired.  







Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Bean Burgers

I love to cook like a Southerner and load on the fattening stuff.  I truly love all the foods that may contain a wee teeny tiny bit too many calories.  SOOOO,   I am thinking I need to think healthier.  I'm Trying to incorporate some lower fat recipes into our diet  meals. I was getting the newspapers ready to recycle and found this recipe for Bean Burgers in the Weekend Magazine you get in the Sunday paper.   I thought I would give them a try and lo and behold, they were good!  Y'all will have to forgive the giant roll I served the bean burgers on.  It's what I had on the counter.  ~smile~   Y'all enjoy!  <3 and hugs!  I also write my  recipes on Examiner.com, please take a moment and subscribe to my them there.  They will be delivered to your inbox so you will not miss one.  A few of the recipes are not on my blog.  Check them out, I often add slideshows to the recipes. too.  Love and hugs!

Pin It

Bean Burgers

1 can pinto beans, drained with liquid reserved
1/2 cup bread crumbs
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
1 teaspoon garlic powder
salt to taste 

Mash the beans, with just a little liquid, with a fork or pulse in the food processor.  Add more liquid as needed.
Add garlic powder, pepper and salt, if desired.  Or, use your own hamburger seasonings.
Start with 1/4 bread crumbs and add more as needed.
Form into 1/2" thin patties.

Generously spray cast iron skillet or non stick pan, with cooking spray.
Heat to medium and add patties.
Cook on medium low to medium until brown and starting to firm up. 
Flip.
Cook until bottom is brown and burgers are almost firm to firm, depending how you like them.  
Place on bun and your favorite fixings.  
Pin It

This one was mine!  Enjoy!  <3 and HUgs! 

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Baked Sandwich

If you have been around here for any amount of time, you will know that I like to use frozen dough.  We like to make this for lunch or a light supper.  You can make this so many ways.  Add crumbled cooked sausage, scrambled eggs, onions, peppers and cheese for a breakfast sandwich.  Use pizza, or spaghetti sauce,  your favorite pizza toppings and you have a great pizzawich.  The possibilities are endless.

A great way to satisfy everyone while you are cooking your holiday meal or use up that leftover turkey.  <3 and Hugs!

Baked Sandwich

1 loaf frozen dough, thawed
meat
cheese
sliced veggies
mustard, optional
flour to roll dough 

Sprinkle counter, or wax paper, with flour and roll out dough to a large rectangle.  Do not roll it too thin.
Top with mustard, if you using, meat, cheese and veggies.  
Or, whatever you are using inside.
Roll tightly width wise sealing ends as you go.
Wet edged and pinch to seal.
Place sealed side down on a greased cookie sheet.
Bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown and done.  
Turn around after 10 minutes.  
Start checking in another 5 minutes or so.
As always...My oven cooks different than yours.  Please adjust time accordingly. 


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...