Cannonball Sandwich (Meat
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Cannonball Sandwich (Meat
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:12:06 AM. Recipe ID 39908. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Cannonball sandwich (meat
 Categories: 
      Yield: 100 Servings
 
     20 lb BEEF GROUND FZ
      8    EGGS SHELL
  1 3/8 lb TOMATO PASTE #2 1/2
    3/4 ts GARLIC DEHY GRA
      8 lb TOMATOES # 10 CAN
  2 1/2 lb ONIONS DRY
     12 oz ONIONS DRY
  2 1/4 lb BREAD SNDWICH 22OZ #51
    100    BUN HAMBGR 13OZ #102
      2 oz SUGAR; GRANULATED 10 LB
    1/2 oz SALAD OIL; 1 GAL
      2 oz SHORTENING; 3LB
      1 tb PEPPER BLACK 1 LB CN
      1 ts PEPPER BLACK 1 LB CN
      3    BAY LEAVES
      2 tb BASIL SWEET GROUND
      2 tb OREGANO GROUND
      3 oz SALT TABLE 5LB
      1 oz SALT TABLE 5LB
 
  1.  PREPARE TOMATO SAUCE BY FOLLOWING STEPS 1 THROUGH 4 OF RECIPE NO.
  L-39000 RESERVE FOR USE IN STEP 5.
  
  2.  PREPARE MEATBALLS BY FOLLOWING STEPS 4 THROUGH 7 OF RECIPE NO.
  L-39000, COOKING MEATBALLS AN ADDITIONAL 10 MINUTES. KEEP MEATBALLS
  HOT FOR USE IN STEP 4.
  
  3.  SLICE ROLLS IN HALF LENGTHWISE SO THAT THE BOTTOM HALF IS THICKER
  THAN THE TOP HALF.
  
  4.  PLACE  3 MEATBALLS ON BOTTOM HALF OF EACH ROLL.
  
  5.  POUR 1/2 CUP (1-NO. B LADLE) SAUCE OVER MEATBALLS.  COVER WITH
  TOP HALF OF ROLL.
  
  6.  SERVE HOT.
  
  NOTE:  1.  IN STEP 1, 3/4 RECIPE TOMATO SAUCE, RECIPE NO. L-39, STEPS
  1-4 MAY BE USED FOR PIZZA SAUCE.
  
  2.  IN STEP 3, 25 LB FRENCH BREAD MAY BE USED.  CUT BREAD LENGTHWISE
  SO BOTTOM HALF IS THICKER THAN TOP HALF.  CUT LOAVES CROSSWISE INTO
  EQUAL PIECES TO YIELD 100 PORTIONS.
  
  3.  IN STEP 3, BREAD MAY BE HEATED FPR 10 MINUTES IN 325 F. OVEN.
  
  Recipe Number: N02200
  
  SERVING SIZE: 1 SANDWICH
  
  From the  (actually used today!).




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Recipe ID 39908 (Apr 03, 2005)

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