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Monday, June 27, 2011

Stroganoff Sandwiches

A twist on stroganoff - now as an open-faced sandwich! This is one of our favorites!

1 lb ground beef (cooked with onion, dry minced or fresh chopped)
1 cup sour cream
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
1/2 tsp garlic salt
pepper to taste
grated cheddar cheese
tomato, sliced(optional)
green onions (optional)
1 loaf french bread*

Brown hamburger with onion. Drain off grease and add sour cream, Worcestershire, garlic salt, and pepper. Heat until slightly bubbly, turn off heat and set aside. Cut a loaf of french bread*  in half lengthwise. Butter both halves and broil until golden. Take out and spread meat mixture on both halves. Add optional toppings if desired and top with grated cheddar cheese. Bake in oven at 375 degrees for 10 minutes. Slice for individual servings

Serve with a steamed veggie

**Growing up my mom always made this with french bread and no additional toppings, just meat and cheese. Since I've started making it for myself, I usually buy hard rolls from the bakery and make individual servings instead of the entire loaf of french bread. That way I can make a fresh sandwich with the leftover meat and not have a soggy sandwich the next day. It is probably still easier to make it on french bread if you're feeding a whole family.

I still eat mine plain, but Paul really likes the optional toppings on his. In fact, most of the time I will add a small scoop of salsa over his meat instead of the tomato and green onions.

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