Sausage-Fennel Subs

  • Laurie18 Posted: 05/16/10
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    Made this for a quick week night meal and it didn't disapoint. I had to use the bell pepper and onion sausage as my store had a sale and that was all that was left on the shelf.

  • spinderella Posted: 05/24/10
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    A brand called Al Fresco makes the chicken sundried tomato sausage in a 12oz pkg and I found it by the hot dogs. It's excellent in these sandwiches. They are SO good. Just judge for yourself on the times and quantities, I doubled the sausage for our sandwiches. I also had to add butter to the veggies as I felt they were too dry sauteeing in cooking spray. My broiler totally charred the first batch of rolls in 2 minutes, it took mine only 30 seconds so watch that broiler too. I totally recommend these: YUM!

  • Saecca Posted: 06/07/10
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    "Best meal of the week" - My husband. He loved the sautéed fennel and onions and I enjoyed how easy it was to make! I used reduced fat provolone and a bit more chicken sausage (the whole package), so that meant leftovers for lunch. It heated up great the next day. My hoagie rolls toasted up in about 1 min, and then broiled with the cheese about 30-45 seconds. Very yummy recipe!!

  • Meggers1386 Posted: 09/12/10
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    Great sub sammy recipe. It came together really fast and was easy to prepare. It was very flavorful.. hello you get to melt cheese on top.. who doesn't like that?

  • ATLchristy Posted: 06/10/10
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    This was one of the worst CL recipes I've tried in a long time. Despite the fact that I love fennel and sausage, the flavors didn't go well together.

  • JessicaLuu Posted: 06/07/10
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    This was awesome! The fennel onion mixture was to die for. You could use leftover pizza sauce from the same issue. Careful with the broiler. I burned my first attempt pretty badly. 2 minutes might be too long.


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