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Monday, September 14, 2020

Brainy Meatball Sandwich... oh sammie!



Stop over for homemade...if you owned your 'own' mom and pop, this is what it would be like!

This dish can be a left over opportunity. So, if you did not eat all the meatballs from yesterday's spaghetti and meatball dinner, then here is your chance to re-invent.  

You will need:
1 package or bag of sub sandwich rolls
1 Can tomato paste
4 cloves of fresh garlic
Dried rosemary
Olive Oil
Sea salt

To begin, in a skillet, pour in 3 tbs of olive oil and add your left over meatballs to warm using med. flame /heat. Take a small can of tomato past from the pantry, open and add. Using that can, fill with water and also add to the skillet. Sprinkle in some dried rosemary. Let this simmer on low heat in the skillet, covered.


Turn on the oven to F350. Slice open (pull apart) your sub sandwich rolls and butter generously both sides of the opened rolls, placing on a perforated pizza pan. Next, top the buttered rolls with peeled and diced garlic cloves. Then, lay over the garlic/buttered sub rolls slices of mozzarella cheese and sprinkle on a bit of sea salt and rosemary to top them off.

When the oven temp is at 350, put the rolls, on the pizza pan, into the oven and toast (this can also be done in a toaster oven). By the time the rolls are ready -toasted, the meatballs should be bubbling along, remove from the stove, ladle in three or four meatballs per sandwich and it is time to serve.  Shake on the Parmesan and Enjoy!

*to make meatballs fresh, from scratch, then follow the meatball instructions from past blogs... just type in the search box - meatballs!


~ Tutti a Tavola!

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