|Taste: A New Way to Cook|
|by Sybil Kapoor|
At the heart of all good food is the successful combination of the elementary tastes: sour, salt, savory, bitter, and sweet.
1 - 10 of 745 for cooked sandwiches
Sauté in a skillet or oven-bake bacon until crisp; drain and press on paper towels to remove excess grease. Toast or grill bread or bun with butter ...
Cook a lean piece ... burning. Grind or process the meat pieces with pieces of onion, green pepper, and pickles. Salt and pepper and mix with mayonnaise.
TOPPINGS: Such as ... in meat. Cover; cook on low heat ... bubbly. Stir in cooked meat. Heat through. ... toppings. Cover with roll tops. Makes 8 servings.
Trim excess fat ... needed). Cover and cook on low heat ... buns with desired amount of barbecue sauce. Or serve natural juice on the side as a French dip.
Preheat Oven to ... these hot robust sandwiches! Turn the ... microwave. Pour some of the Au-Jus into a mug or cup and dip your sandwich in the Au-Jus and Enjoy!
Chop about 1/3 of the ham (1/2 pound) in a food processor then combine with other salad ingredients (diced ham, celery, onion, eggs). In a mixing ...
Combine yogurt, green ... and refrigerate. Cut sandwich rolls in half ... tomato; top with tuna, dividing equally. Makes 6 servings, 146 calories each.
Prepare Bisquick mix. Spread 1/4" in large glass baking pan. Mix all other ingredients together evenly and layer 1/2 over Bisquick mixture. Sprinkle ...
Prepare the starter ... panini grill or sandwich press until toasted ... serve. The ingredients for the sandwich filling are sufficient for one sandwich.
Chop 1 cup ... slices, mayonnaise side up, over bacon. Top with tomato slices, tuna mix and remaining bread, mayo side down. Cut sandwiches into quarters.
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