September 27, 2012

September Skillet Meals~ Turkey and Ham Sub Sandwiches

A friend gave us a bunch of bread today and we had a dozen of these 6" hoagie rolls so we made our own Subway sandwiches. I used 1 lb sliced turkey and 1/2 lb sliced ham, 1 lb sliced provolone and 1 lb sliced swiss cheese,  two green peppers, 1 cucumber, 2 tomatoes, 1/2 red onion, and lettuce... This made 12 6" subs. This is a bit over budget for our usual dinner, but its nice to splurge once in a while.

 Estimated meal cost $14 ($18 if you buy the rolls)

*Note: I am not a talented cook, nor do I really enjoy it. I tend to prepare the same mundane meals. So I decided for the month of September, I am making a new to me, meal each day. These meals are no cook or stove top meals, they are low cost and healthy. Meals vary and I hope to do some breakfast meals as well. I do not follow recipes well and I usually estimate quantities. The recipes posted are to feed my family of 11, adjust accordingly.. Click here to see the rest of the posts.

1 comment:

  1. Lunchmeat isn't cheap. I love a good sub sandwich, though. It would probably be cheaper to make the rolls, but even then it's difficult to get the softness that goes so well with subs. This looks yummy!


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