Recipes in the 'Subs' category

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Meatballs themselves are quite tasty, but when you top them with some onions you can't go wrong. This is anything but your average meatball sandwich.

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No need to go to Subway or the fancy sandwich shop across the street for a tasty sub. Deli subs are not only easy to make, but also quite cheap and healthy. Bring the local deli into your house!

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It's the Cadillac of sandwiches. We're talking about the ultimate sub, loaded with turkey, cheese, avocado, garlic and much more. Give it a try today.

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Talk about a sandwich that will melt in your mouth. This meat and cheese medley is the real deal that's sure to become a family favorite.

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You don't have to leave the state to enjoy this gourmet Italian sub that's served on French rolls. Two cultures combine for one great sandwich.

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If you are on a tight budget, you can “dignify” chuck roast for a perfect sandwich meal. With this steak sandwich, you'll get a lot for a little.

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Small bites with big flavor. You can use any of the meats of your choice. These sandwiches are prepared in the oven. You can cut them up into bite-sized portions.

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Meatballs are extremely versatile food. From sandwiches to snacks, there are plenty of ways to enjoy these meaty treats.

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They're not on top of spaghetti, but there mouthwatering meatballs make for a heck of a sandwich. You'll never settle for the sandwich shop version again.

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No need to ask where's the beef -- it's right here on this scintillating sandwich that will satisfy an insatiable appetite.

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What a spread! This onion-infused sandwich topper lends plenty of appeal, regardless of what you're pairing it with. Eat some now, save some for later.

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Freshen up with this innovative vegetarian sandwich. With cheese as the main staple. the cucumbers, tomatoes, bell peppers and guacamole make this the ultimate meatless medley.

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Gobble up this tempting turkey and tomato treat. Served on whole wheat, it's a divine way to earn a feather in your cap among your fellow diners.