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Submarine sandwich / Hero sandwich

Since last few weeks I was busy with my new hobby and passion ....recently started with beadwork jewelry new business and past time didn't get time to write  posts are lined up in my draft box so today posting it one by one 

The very first one is a sub sandwich ....Hoagies. Grinders. Subs. Heroes. Whatever you call them, these gigantic sandwiches are the perfect game day fuel. 
So tasty soooo yummy and healthy too this recipe is perfect for any time snacks just few ingredients and that's it ...even a novice can make this in no time ..

Hero sandwich

1      loaf   French bread
1/4  cup butter or margarine, softened
4     Slice Swiss cheese or Britannia cheese slice 
2     cups shredded lettuce 
2      medium tomatoes, thinly sliced
1      medium onion, thinly sliced
1/2   Cup paneer 
4-5   Pickled jalapeño 
1      medium green bell pepper, thinly sliced
1/4   cup creamy Italian dressing 
1/2  tsp mustard sauce 
Long barbecue picks 

For paneer 
1/2 cup chopped onion 
1  green chilli 
1  tbsp tomato pure 
Salt , pepper as per taste 


1  Cut bread horizontally in half. Spread butter over bottom half. Layer with cheese 
    slice and bake till cheese melts.

Hero sandwich

2 . Now ..Spread the slices with mayonnaise, mustard, or other condiments of your 
     For a different flavor, drizzle oil and vinegar or a vinaigrette salad dressing lightly 
     over the whole thing.
3.  Layer cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onion and bell pepper on bread.

4.  Prepare paneer ...for that sauté onion and green chilli in I tbsp butter add pure 
    and toss with paneer salt and pepper. 

5   Layer bread with paneer .

6. Drizzle with dressing and mustard sauce. Top with remaining bread half. Secure 
    loaf with picks. 


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