Hot Roast Beef Party Sandwiches

  • patriotshak Posted: 02/13/10
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    Different and Delicious!

  • sccook Posted: 12/31/08
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    Delicious, quick and easy to make! Did not use walnuts, and it was still very good.

  • messychef Posted: 12/09/08
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    I love that you can make these ahead of time and freeze. I tripled the recipe last year for our Xmas party and they were the first things gone! I have made them several times since then and each time they are a huge hit.

  • Bethe1 Posted: 12/09/08
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    The peach preserves just didn't go with the rest of the dish. I would've rather had a horseradish/mayo sauce or maybe gone the caramelized onion route. No one in my family liked this, including me!

  • dunwoodygal Posted: 12/17/08
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    I made these as directed and served at a cocktail buffet. Everyone raved about them. They were a hit and I would make again. They are easy to do and can be made ahead! I served them with shrimp and cocktail sauce and other buffet items.

  • Fenway Posted: 12/27/08
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    These were super easy and everyone loved them! Great alternative to the traditional ham and poppy seed sandwiches!

  • KCRosie Posted: 03/15/09
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    This is such a quick and easy recipe to put together and it tastes so good! A very elegant dish to serve to company. My only suggestion is to spray Pam on the foil so the sandwiches don't stick.

  • AmandaGA Posted: 10/07/10
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    These weren't bad but won't make them again. I just have other similar recipes that I enjoy more.

  • JillHP Posted: 11/01/10
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    I couldn't find the rolls this recipe called for, so I used Sister Schuberts. This has EVERYTHING going on...sweet, salty, crunchy, creamy. They're messy, but so delicious!

  • cateringbyheath Posted: 11/26/11
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    Love these! Every party I take them to, people ask for recipe. Wonderful flavor combinations, the spicy and the sweet, YUM!

  • maggiemAloney Posted: 12/01/12
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    One of the best things I have made yet!! Great aspect is you can make them early in the day, wrap in foil, and pop in as guest arrive (about 15 min)- they are fresh, delicious, hearty, and look like you were busy for hours!! My 10 year old loved them as well, so kid friendly as long as they like nuts.

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