For breakfast, I scrambled some eggs from Costco, put the eggs on one half of the roll and topped the eggs with Jarlsberg cheese. After a few moments in the toaster oven, I topped it with the second half of the torta roll. The cost of two rolls was $1 and I used four eggs. Even with the price of the cheese, the total cost for both sandwiches was less than $2 and it took less time then running out to a fast food restaurant. Plus, the flavor was simply excellent.
It has been a while since I have had sloppy joes, so I thought that would be a fun idea. We had ground beef in the freezer from Costco ready to go, so I was part of the way through the dish already. I sauteed some onions with some Christopher Ranch garlic and then I added some chopped tomatoes and a small can of tomato sauce. My wife seasoned it with some dry horseradish and some other spices and we were good to go.
These were pretty darn good sloppy joes. Using fresh tomatoes certainly made this a fresher, healthier and tastier dish than anything you will get out of a can. Also, my wife's ideas on seasoning it worked well too. Plus, we had some leftovers for dinner.
Speaking of fresh tomatoes, we love them with the Belgioiso Fresh Mozzarella. So why not make a sandwich with them? First, we started with a torta roll and put some Kirkland Signature Basil Pesto and some fresh mozzeralla on it.
Then we added some freshly cut meat from a rotisserie chicken.
Next came the tomato.
Then we assembled it and we were ready to go.
We weren't done with the idea for these rolls though. My wife made a chicken salad sandwich using many of the same ingredients as above, plus some onion.
As you can see, we got some great use out of these torta rolls and they made making a total of five different meals ( since we got two out of the sloppy joes) easy, affordable and delicious.