Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Creamy Onion Beef Sandwiches

I have been busy lately and haven't had much time to do a lot of cooking, but I found this quick sandwich is a great way to treat yourself without taking a lot of time.

Get your broiler pre-heated and lets gather some ingredients.

I used a regular deli roll, you can use whatever bread you like.

You need some delicious horseradish.

The recipe calls for sour cream but I had some creme fraiche so I used that instead. If you have never used this, it is like a mix between sour cream and cream cheese. So, essentially, it is creamy deliciousness.

Some onion soup mix or your favorite seasoning mix. I used Penzey's Fox Point seasoning.

Some cheese.

And some beef.

Stack the meat and cheese on the bottom of the roll and get it on the broiler pan and let it broil for 2-4 minutes. While that cooks, make the spread.

Combine your sour cream, horseradish, and your seasoning...

Give it a stir!

Spread it on the bread and wait for the bottom half.

Stick the two halves together and you are ready to eat! Serve it with some chips or veggies. This is a quick, but hot meal that will fill you up and get you out of the kitchen in a hurry.


  1. Yay Penzeys! Fox Point is good. I like it on popcorn.

  2. Mmm. When i was in uni, a friend of mine whose mum runs a deli brought roast beef sandwiches to class (yeah we treated our classes like a picnic session with all the food and chatting :) ). Best beef sandwich ever.

    Yours looks like it might just be as delicious. By the way, is that the Australian Good Taste? I used to read it- thought the layout looked familiar :)

  3. wow what an amazing spread! you lost me at the beef but some turkey would still be awesome in there...

    creme fraiche hua? can't go wrong with creamy deliciousness...

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