I know, two sandwich recipes in a row. But that's not necessarily a bad thing, who doesn't love a sandwich? Correction: who doesn't love a mean sandwich? Yeah, we aren't bologna and bread kinda people, we like a good, packed sandwich, which for us does pose a problem. It's a lot of work to get out all the stuff to make a sandwich and a lot of times we just don't and I often let perfectly good sandwich meat go to waste. Do you have this problem? Well, this recipes, my friends, is the answer! These sandwiches can be made up ahead of time and frozen!!! That, second to their yummy taste of course, is what makes them so wonderful! The "recipe" part of this is really more for the spread and I do know a lot of people make them on those little dinner rolls in a foil pan and have them for party food. If they are just for us, I go ahead and do them on full sandwich hoagies.
For 6 sandwiches:
2 packages thin sliced ham (or about 1 1/2 lbs)
1 package (or 12 slices) salami
6 slices provolone
6 slices cheddar
(you can change up the meat and cheese as you like, this is just our preference)
6 sandwich hoagies
1 stick butter (yeah if you haven't noticed yet, this is not a sandwich for dieters)
1 Tbs. worcestershire
1 Tbs. Poppy seeds
2 Tbs. mustard
2 Tbs. grated onion
Slice rolls and slather spread generously on both sides with spread. Assemble with meats and cheeses. Wrap in foil and bake at 350 for about 20 minutes. Remove, unwrap, and enjoy!