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Oven-Toasted Deli Sandwich

Oven-Toasted Deli Sandwich recipe
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Here's a great mix-and-match recipe for 4 kinds of tasty oven-toasted deli sandwiches.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
4/18/2006
These are VERY GOOD & VERY EASY!! I love them....I used PeperJack the 2nd time i made the Ham one, & it was delish!!
posted:
4/18/2006
This was a very easy dinner to make. Instead of colby I used PepperJack.
posted:
4/13/2006
This is a spectacular idea. I cant wait to try allllll the combinations!
posted:
4/12/2006
I found that if you let the sandwiches cool for a bit (the cheese and meat are almost too hot to eat right out of the oven anyway), the bread kind of hardens, and the sogginess goes away. So try that if you take them out of the oven and they are soggy. We tried the salsa turkey sandwich and loved the flavor combination with the cheese. The lettuce held up where it was in the sandwich, but where it was sticking out of the bread, it did not hold up. So use small lettuce leaves that fit in your bread.
posted:
4/11/2006
I thought that this made a great lunch. With the exception of a little corner of soggy bread, it was very good!!
posted:
4/6/2006
I ALSO HAD A SOGGY BREAD, WE JUST USED A FORK AND KNIFE TO EAT IT. I MADE THE SALSA RECEPIE, BUT RAN OUT OF SALSA, SO I IMPRIVISED WITH A BIT OF FRENCH DRESSING. IT ACTUALLY WAS DELICIOUS! I DON'T EAT MEAT, SO MINE I JUST USED EXTRA TOPPINGS AND MORE CHEESE AS WELL. THE FAMILY LOVED IT!
posted:
4/5/2006
I made the BBQ beef one, which was excellent accept the bread was soggy . It did NOT brown up like it was supposed to. I had to use the skillet instead. So next time I will make it grill cheese style.
posted:
4/4/2006
HORRIBLE!!!they did not brown up like the picture showed,the mayo on the outside mad them very soggy
posted:
4/4/2006
I was so disappointed with these. I will make them again but in a completely different way. Against my better judgment I followed the recipe and baked the sandwiches with the lettuce on them. Yuck! It was all slimey and wilty and the salsa made the sandwich all soggy. Next time I will make these in a pan like a grilled cheese and add the lettuce and salsa after the sandwich is cooked. I did like the miracle whip, though.
posted:
4/2/2006
Made this and it was just ok. Not sure if it was the miracle whip or what but had a sweet taste to it. Not something I will be making again. By the way, we tried the turkey with colby jack cheese and the ham with colby and both tasted sweet so thinking it really was the miracle whip that did it.
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