Posted: 1/12/2013 7:32:13 PM
This was very tasty and easy to make. I didn't use as much mayo spread or oil to make it slightly healthier.
Posted: 11/8/2012 10:50:39 AM
I agree with Vanessagsaenz.I'm going to make this recipe this weekend, it sounds WONDERFUL!! But, I always use ingredients that are healthier for my family. Even tho the french bread would be delicious, Sprouts has a hoagie roll that is high in fiber lower in calories and fat, and tastes just like white bread rolls!Plus, I LOVE Gorgonzola, but a CUP! I'll probably use a tablespoon or so per sammy. AND I probably wont eat a whole one, and serve it with a salad.
I'm always surprised when people give an opinion on the nutritional info. If you don't want to make it, don't.
Posted: 11/7/2012 10:04:34 AM
Delicious recipe, however...There are alternatives to cut the fat and calorie intake if your trying to watch what you eat. Use fat free mayo instead of the regualar mayo mixed with the chipolte and lime juice for the dressing. Saute the onions in Olive oil, not butter. Use low-fat mozzerella cheese or another white cheese that is low in fat. Yes, I admit the sandwich was out of this world using the original recipe, however, to stay guilt-free, just improvise and you won't have to shoot yourself afterwards.
Posted: 11/7/2012 2:00:47 AM
I have to agree with you TessN.... this sandwich looks so yummy, but after reading the nutritional facts, well.... let's just say I'd like to see my next kid's birthday. Isn't there any recipies out there with taste that won't kill you?!?!
Posted: 11/6/2012 10:49:04 PM
Just read about this sandwich and started to plan a meal around it for this weekend. Just reading about it made my mouth water...then I had to read the nutritional information: 1 sandwich (1/3 of just 1 of the loaves) has 800 calories (2000 is the total for an entire day). 450 calories just from fat and 2370 mg of sodium--YIKES...almost 2 days worth of total salt consumption. So, sad...it looks so delicious--"pouting." Might as well just shoot myself instead of eating this heart-attack sandwich.
Posted: 11/6/2012 3:00:09 PM
This is as really great sandwich even with a nice soup on the side and a salad with arugula in the mix. However I need to pint out that in the description it talks about Blue cheese. Blue cheese and Gorgonzola are completely different cheeses and will give the sandwich a different flavour.
Posted: 11/2/2012 11:52:18 AM
Yum! This is a keeper! I used my leftover roast beef from the crock pot and used provolone (didn't have gorgonzola). Melted so nicely! Have also added mushrooms. Love, love, love! Will continue making it this way, using the natural juices saved from the roast in crock pot - no need to buy canned.
Posted: 4/12/2010 1:07:16 AM
The recipe was scumptious. I loved the spicy flavor of the chipolte. My family loved the sandwiches. I would make them again over and over.
Posted: 3/23/2010 4:16:03 PM
Excellent! I'll be making these again soon!
Posted: 2/11/2010 4:55:37 PM
This is one of my new favorite recipes! Comes together fast and the overall taste is outrageous! Everyone always asks for more as well as the recipe! YUMMY!!! Five stars all the way!