My sister actually taught my second oldest how to make these oven crisped sandwiches. They have become a favorite in our house so I thought we would share them with you.
8-10 French rolls from the local deli
3-4 sweet large onions
10-12 ounces thinly sliced deli ham or turkey
8 ounces thinly sliced provolone cheese
1/3 C mayonnaise
1/3 C Dijon mustard
First slice the onions into thin rings and lightly sauté in butter or olive oil. There is no need to season the onions. While the onions are being sautéed slice the rolls into halves and set the tops and bottoms open faced on a cookie sheet. Set aside for later. Preheat oven 350 degrees.
To Prepare the bottom portion of the French Rolls.
In a small dish, mix 1/3 cup Dijon mustard with 1/3 cup mayonnaise. Using your fingers, scoop out a small portion of the bottoms of the French rolls and into the holes place 1 tablespoon of the sauce mix. On top of that place one slice of Provolone cheese and set this back on the cookie sheets.
To Prepare the upper portion of the French Rolls.
On the top portions of the rolls layer 1 piece of deli sliced meat and a good portion of the sauteed onions. Place these back on the cookie sheets.
Place both cookie sheets in the oven and allow the sandwich halves to cook until lightly golden. Serve while hot. YUM!
~Originally posted at VeryVerdant...used with permission.