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“Purchase medium size soft submarine rolls for this, the amounts are enough for 3-4 sandwiches you may of coarse double and adjust all amounts to taste, this will work well on a regular grill and also may be made in a large skillet --- the garlic with the butter is only optional if you are not a lover of garlic you may omit if desired, the garlic really brings out extra flavor to these sandwiches :)”

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 4 submarine rolls, halved
  • 78.07 ml soft butter (can use more butter if desired)
  • 2.46 ml garlic powder (optional)
  • 226.79 g can sliced mushrooms, well drained (can use fresh sauteed sliced mushrooms)
  • 1 small onion, thinly sliced
  • 1 green bell pepper, seeded and sliced into strips
  • seasoning salt (to taste) or white salt & freshly ground black pepper (to taste)
  • 453.59 g thinly sliced cooked beef
  • 8 slice mozzarella cheese or 8 provolone cheese


  1. Preheat both sides of the electric griddle to medium-high heat.
  2. In a small bowl mix the soft butter with garlic powder.
  3. Lightly butter all of the roll halves.
  4. Place on the grill buttered side down and toast until lightly browned; remove and place on a plate/s, then place 2 slices of cheese over 4 bread halves; set aside.
  5. On one half of the grill place the mushrooms, onion slices and bell pepper, then season lightly with seasoned salt and black pepper.
  6. On the other side of the grill place the roast beef then season the beef lightly with freshly ground black pepper if desired.
  7. Cook stirring each group separately as they cook.
  8. When the veggies are tender and the beef is hot divide the hot beef onto the cheese slices then top with the veggies.
  9. Top with the remaining bread halves.

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