SMOKED BEEF BRISKET ON FRENCH BAGUETTES~ FROM STONEGABLE'S KITCHEN

This is an "it's not rocket science" recipe. Throw on what you like. I am using smoked beef brisket that is in the freezer but any yummy leftover beef would do (chuck roast would be fabulous!) A good roast beef from the deli could also work.  Here's what I'm putting on our gourmet-type sandwiches.

smoked beef brisket, chopped

crusty baguettes

Parmesan sauce, follows

zucchini relish

coleslaw 

provolone cheese, sliced thin


In a medium bowl add 1/2 cup sour cream, 1/2 cup mayonnaise, 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese, 1 tsp seasoning salt, 1/2 tsp garlic salt, 1/4 tsp onion powder. Mix. Use as a dip or a sandwich spread.


Preheat broiler.


Slice baguette horizontally. Spread baguettes with Parmesan sauce. Top with a generous helping of brisket.  Cover with a couple of sliices of Provolone cheese.


Put the baguettes  under the broiler until the cheese is melty. Be very careful, the cheese burns quickly.


Add the relish and coleslaw, put the sandwich together. Lower the oven rack and broil the top of the sandwich until it is browned and crisp. Again, watch it carefully. It will burn very fast!


Serve with homemade oven chips.

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