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Cheesy Meatball Subs

Cheesy Meatball Subs recipe
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Who needs pasta when it’s the meatballs and sauce you really want. Spoon into rolls, add the cheesy top and you've got subs that rival your favorite deli's.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
11/12/2007
Very cheesy and extremely good
posted:
11/12/2007
Was real easy to make didn't use frozen meatballs made my own, but it was a really great sandwich, put 2 strips of velvetta cheese on top and put it under broiler delicious.
posted:
11/12/2007
this is a quick, easy, filling dinner for a cold autumn night!
posted:
11/12/2007
It was very good i added a little onion for more flavor. my husband loved it. Will make again. Deborah
posted:
11/12/2007
What an easy and quick way to make good meatball subs! The first time I made it, it was somewhat bland, so I'm sure to use a very flavorful spaghetti sauce, and sometimes add pepper flakes, italian seasoning, etc, to give it a kick.
posted:
11/12/2007
Took for lunch and other employees were wanting to taste. Excellent !!!
posted:
11/10/2007
I used a high fiber sub bread, turkey meatballs and low fat mozerella cheese. The sauce was a romano cheese blend and the sandwich was very filling and super tasty.
posted:
11/10/2007
Was very good I also added green pepper and onion........ but NO lettuce.......geez
posted:
11/8/2007
I used frozen turkey meatballs for a lower fat/calorie option. I also turned it into a "pizza" sub by adding thin sliced tomato, green bell pepper and onion. Excellent!
posted:
11/8/2007
I am thinking about making this recipe, it looks really good. But I think that it is missing something. Mabye green pepper or lettuce? I don't like just meatballs on bread. Just a suggestion.
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