Friday, March 1, 2013

Funeral Sandwich

There are so many recipes on Pinterest that I want to try that my "recipes I want to try" board is huge.  I feel like a recipe hoarder on Pinterst.  BUT ... I love that site!

El Husbee and I decided to watch UFC 157 over the weekend.  I really wanted to watch the first UFC women's fight and sometimes it's just more comfortable to watch at home instead of at a restaurant or party.  So we ordered the PPV on Saturday.  And let me tell you, Ronda "Rowdy" Rousey did not disappoint.  UFC 157 was all in all pretty good.  I am glad we decided to order the fight.

I have had a lot of pizza lately and did not want another pizza meal for the fight.  I have pinned the funeral sandwich recipe for a while now and decided to try it since it was just El Husbee and me for dinner.  Which meals if the recipe turned out to be a complete fail no harm done.

Funeral Sandwich
Adapted from Sunday Baker

1 package of King's Hawaiian Rolls
1/2-1 lb deli turkey meat
sliced pepper jack cheese
1/2 cup butter melted
3 tablespoons Worcheshire sauce
2 tablespoon mustard
2 tablespoon brown sugar
dash of garlic powder

1.  Cut the rolls in half and line the bottom of a baking pan with the bottoms of the rolls.
2.  Layer the turkey slices, then cheese and place the top half back on.
3.  Mix together butter, Worcheshire sauce, mustard, brown sugar and garlic powder in a small bowl.  Spoon sauce over each bun.  Cover and marinade for 4-24 hours.
4.  Preheat oven to 350F degrees.  Bake for 15 minutes, uncovered, or until cheese melts and bun tops are nicely golden

The sandwiches came out nice and golden brown.  El Husbee said he liked the sandwiches and ate quite a few.  I had mixed feelings about the sandwiches.  I am not a fan of sweet things unless they are dessert.  These sandwiches were a little too sweet for my taste.  But judging how many El Husbee ate I would say the average person would like these.

Try new things friends!


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