A deliciously hearty hot sandwich, which is super-easy to make. Sub rolls are filled with roast beef, sauteed mushrooms, onion, peppers and mozzarella cheese.
Quick, easy and yummy. Left out the mushrooms as they aren't big favourites with my boys, and used orange instead of green pepper (there's no excuse for green peppers... eww!), and there wasn't a crumb left on a plate! - 09 Mar 2013
I actually made my vegetables in a skillet instead of on my griddle. I used fresh mushrooms, red pepper and I added some fresh minced garlic and sauteed it with a little butter. I used Johnny's Seasoning Salt (Seattle, reppin' here!). For the rolls, I did spread them with garlic butter before toasting I did not eat this but my boys did and they really liked it. It was very simple, used on hand ingredients AND I was able to make dinner in no time. I'll use this recipe again. NOTE: It's really sad when people downrate a recipe due to them not being "authentic" or not what they expect a "real" version of the recipe to be. Everyone has their own take on what they think is good food. For us, we liked this (with a few small changes to suit what worked for us) and we'll make it again. - 02 Aug 2011 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
A great tasting sandwich. I reduced the sodium content from 2794mg to 531mg by using fresh mushrooms and subsituting 4 slices mozzarella cheese in place of 8 slices provolone cheese. - 31 Oct 2005 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)