I don't share many recipes because most of my recipes I get online and don't want to post something that is already out there. This recipe is an oldie but goodie at our house.
The hubby worked at Noble Roman's pizza MANY years ago. One thing they served that we couldn't get enough of was their ham and cheese sandwich. We were young then and didn't think much about writing down what all was in it :( Then all of the Noble Roman's near us closed and we couldn't have the best sandwich ever any more (insert sad face again). Then one glorious day one opened up in a convenience store in town (insert happy face). We immediately bought some sandwiches. When we got home we dissected it to find all of the ingredients. We couldn't figure out the sauce so I asked the cook the next time I was in there and she showed me what they use, haha!!
Noble Roman's (like) Ham and Cheese Sandwich
deli sliced/shaved ham
creamy italian dressing
shredded mozzarella cheese
banana peppers (optional)
1. Cut open sub buns (we buy ours in the grocery stores bakery) long ways and lay out on cookie sheet.
2. Put some ham on the bottom buns. Pour some dressing on the top buns (we prefer the taste of Ken's dressing and this is what our local Noble Roman's used).
3. Put shredded cheese on the top buns. Add more dressing, this time to the bottom buns. This is where you would add the banana peppers onto the cheese if you wanted them.
4. Bake in oven on 375 until cheese is melted.
5. Cut sandwich in half and serve with Lay's plain potato chips (the brand Noble Roman's used).
With these sandwiches, the more drippy the better. This way the sauce drips on the chips and it is awesome tasting. As for the amounts used of ham, cheese, and sauce it is all up to you and how much you like. My hubby loves lots of cheese so we pile tons on. Brands really don't matter but we are used to Lay's chips with these so that is what we buy. As for the Ken's dressing, we have tried other brands but we keep coming back to the Ken's. I think its because we are used to how it tastes. We have a hard time finding Ken's creamy Italian in our area so we usually buy it when we see it!