The other night as I was flipping through a magazine looking for recipes, Mr. Snowgoose saw an advertisement (with a recipe included) and pointed to it. "Make that," he said.
The recipe was for a roast beef sandwich that takes only minutes to make. Of course I said yes.
1 can condensed french onion soup (or homemade french onion soup if you're lucky enough to have some on hand).
1 tbsp Worestershire sauce
3/4 pounds sliced roast beef
4 hoagie rolls
4 slices provolone cheese cut in half
1/4 cup drained mild bananna peppers
1. Heat over too 400
2. Heat soup and Worcestershire sauce in saucepan over medium high heat to a boil. Add meat and heat through, stirring occasionally.
3. Divide beef among rolls. Top beef mixture with cheese and place sandwiches onto a baking sheet.
4. Bake 3 min of until sandwiches are toasted. Spoon soup mixture onto sandwiches and top each sandwich with 1 tbsp pepper rings.
1. I broiled the sandwiches open-faced for a few minutes.
2. Also, we did not spoon the soup into the sandwiches. No, we ate the soup separately and dipped the sandwiches into the soup like a french dip.
3. I served it with a side of broccoli, but a side salad would be nice too.
4. This would be perfect for rainy days.