The Great Manly Sub
Recipe

Tuesday, October 9, 2012
These subs are just plain delish! Easy to throw together, treat your family to a yummy-yummy sub night! Serves 4.

1 package (350 g) of beef fondue meat
1 package (57 g) of onion sauce mix
1 tbsp oil
1 c. mushrooms, sliced
1 big onion, cut in half and then sliced thinly
4 10" sub buns
4 slices of Provolone cheese
Garlic butter
Salt and pepper
Iceberg or Boston lettuce, shredded thinly


  • Separate each and every piece of fondue meat, place them individually on a plate and set aside (I know, it may sound tedious but the end result is so worth it!). 
  • Prepare the onion sauce according to the directions on the pouch (I went with the microwave method since it is faster and less of a hassle). Set aside. 
  • Heat oil in a large pan over medium-high heat. 
  • Throw in onions and mushrooms, season with salt and pepper and saute until slightly golden. 
  • Bring heat down to medium-low. 
  • Pour in the prepared onion sauce, stir the mixture and warm up for a minute or two. 
  • Add each piece of meat to the mixture, one at a time, and stir until everything is well coated. 
  • Cook, while stirring frequently, for a couple of minutes, until you notice meat is losing its pink color. 
  • Keep warm on low. 
  • Butter the inside of the subs with a bit of garlic butter. 
  • Place under the broiler, inside facing up, for about a minute, or until buns turn golden. 
  • Top the subs with the slices of cheese and return to broiler for about a minute, or until cheese is just starting to melt. 
  • Fill subs with meat mixture and top with shredded lettuce. 
  • Cut in half if desired. 



4 Fabulous Comments:

Mary Walker said...

This sounds delicious. Can't wait to give it a try.

Kelli Avery said...

I have never heard of Beef Fondue Meat, I had to actually go look that up. My husband would be in heaven is I made him this sub. Bookmarking! Thanks

Beth said...

This looks really good. My husband has the week off work, so maybe I'll make this for lunch tomorrow :)

Susan said...

Yum! Thanks for the recipe! This sounds awesome!

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