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Old Fashion Sandwich Ideas and Recipes: Super Hero and Deviled Cheese-Stuffed Franks

Fall is here with its busy season of school functions, sports games, etc. For busy families on-the-go, sandwiches are sometimes called for. Here are some old-fashion recipe ideas for busy families. Give this Super Hero Recipe a try. A loaf of French bread, some deli meats and cheeses along with some condiments and you have your meal in minutes. Serve it with some chips, veggie sticks, and cookies or fresh fruit. Simple, uncomplicated, and sure to please. The Deviled Cheese-Stuffed Franks is a different twist on hot dogs.


Loaf of French bread, cut in half lengthwise
3 tbsp mayonnaise
10 slices boiled ham
10 slices deli roast beef
10 slices salami
10 slices American cheese
10 slices Swiss cheese
3 tbsp French dressing
2 tomatoes, sliced thin
6 to 8 lettuce leaves
1 cup creamy coleslaw, optional

Spread the cut side of the bread halves with margarine. Spread mayonnaise on one half of the bread and the French dressing on the other half. Line bottom half of bread with lettuce leaves. Layer the meats and cheeses atop the lettuce. Top meats and cheeses with the slaw, if using. Add top half of the bread. Cut into 4 equal pieces, securing each with a long toothpick. Remove toothpicks before eating.


1 cup shredded process cheese, softened
1/3 cup pickle relish
1 tsp prepared mustard
1 tbsp chili sauce
3 tbsp mayonnaise or salad dressing
1 lb franks

Mix together cheese, pickle relish, mustard, chili sauce, and mayonnaise until smooth. Split franks lengthwise but do not cut all the way through. Stuff the franks with the cheese mixture. Grill franks over hot coals until heated through and the cheese is slightly melted. Serve on hot dog buns.

NOTE: You can make these franks on an indoor grill or under the broiler if the weather doesn’t permit outdoor grilling.


The Author:

Grandma Linda is a collector of vintage recipes. She enjoys sharing these old-time recipes with others on her blog at http://grandmasvintagerecipes.blogspot.com

Source: Ab



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