Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Beef Sandwich with Hot Italian Giardinara

Hi! It's me, Jennifer, you know... worst ever cooking blog maintainer ever! But here I am with a fabulous recipe. Forgive me for my absence!

I borrowed and adapted this recipe from a local pub/restaurant. Enjoy.

1. Beef, Options: sliced roast beef from the deli, leftover Italian Beef, grilled steak
(I'm purposely not putting an exact amount of beef, you can decide how much you want)

2. Hoagie rolls, toasted in the oven

3. Cheese, I use pepper jack, but since this is spicy, provolone or cheddar would also work well. Also, any other cheese you can think of.

4. Hot Italian Giardinara (found in the pickle aisle, follow the link if you don't know what giardinara is) You could get the regular giardinara if you don't like spicy. **shudders at the thought**

After the hoagie rolls are toasted, add cheese and put it back in the oven to melt slightly. Once the cheese is melted, add beef and giardinara mix. Eat. Gasp from the deliciousness. Make another sandwich since it was so good. Stuff yourself silly. Lather, rinse, repeat.