Lasagna Sandwich on Texas Toast




Lasagna Sandwich

Lasagna Sandwich on Texas Toast

As a kid, I was never really a huge fan of lasagna. My mom used to hide onions in it and then swear up and down she didn’t put any in. Yeah, okay mom (insert eye rolling emoji). I remember folding my garlic bread in half and stuffing it with lasagna or spaghetti to mask the taste of the onions.  But as I got older I learned that if I made Lasagna my way, extra mozzarella, hold the onions,  I actually loved it! And let’s not forget a nice thick slice of garlic bread or Texas toast to slop up the extra sauce. For me, this is actually the best part of the meal!

(*I know that half a pound of ground beef does not seem like a lot of meat but trust me it’s PLENTY. There will be enough to make 4 sandwiches, I promise 😉 )

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After pondering this for awhile I thought to myself why wait until the end of my meal to fully enjoy it? Why not enjoy every bite? So I decided to stuff loads of lasagna meat sauce and extra mozzarella between two slices of Texas toast. It was AMAZING! And probably one of the quickest warm meals I have made in awhile. Every bite left me totally satisfied and wanting more. I had to stop myself from eating another sandwich… it was so tempting. If you decide to eat two there will be no judgment coming from me, I totally get it.




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Side Note: When making these sandwiches it is very important you do not overcook the texas toast. If you do, you’re sandwich’s will be very hard to eat. Since the texas toast will get wrapped in foil and go back in the oven I use the lesser cooking time of the Texas Toast package.





Texas toast
Lasagna Sandwich on Texas Toast
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Servings
4 sandwiches
Servings
4 sandwiches
Texas toast
Lasagna Sandwich on Texas Toast
Print Recipe
Servings
4 sandwiches
Servings
4 sandwiches
Ingredients
Servings: sandwiches
Instructions
  1. Cook Texas toast according to the package. Do NOT overcook. In a medium bowl add ground beef, Parmesan cheese, Italian dressing, garlic & onion powder, salt & pepper; mix in to ground beef. Fry ground beef mixture over medium-high heat until browned. Once browned drain any grease. Next, mix spaghetti sauce and ricotta cheese into browned beef.
  2. To Assemble Sandwiches: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Top Texas toast with mozzarella cheese, beef mixture, pepperoni, a little more mozzarella and top with a slice of Texas toast. Wrap in foil and bake @ 350 degrees for 10 minutes or until cheese has melted.
Recipe Notes

Do not over cook the Texas toast or your sandwich will be too hard to eat.

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