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1 green bell pepper on sale for .49--regular price .78--needed one for this recipe
1 red bell pepper on sale for .69--regular price $1.49--needed one for this recipe
1 white onion on sale for .33/lb.--regular price .98/lb.
8 oz. white mushrooms on sale for $1.19--regular price $1.98
Hoagie buns found on the day-old clearance shelf for $1.02--regular price $2.98
Sliced cheese on sale for $1.99--regular price $2.98
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That makes dinner for 7 people for only $9.52!
That's only $1.36 a person for a healthy, homemade meal. Add some grapes that I bought on sale for .77/lb. and you have your whole grains (wheat buns), protein, vegetables, fruit and dairy all for under $1.50 a person. Not a bad deal, aye?!?
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Simple Chicken Philly Subs
4-5 boneless skinless chicken breasts, grilled and seasoned with Montreal Steak Seasoning
1 green bell pepper, sliced
1 red bell pepper, sliced
1 cup mushrooms, sliced
1 onion, sliced
2 Tbls. olive oil
8 slices of Monterey Jack, Provolone or Swiss cheese
8 hoagie buns or sub rolls
Season the chicken with a generous amount of Montreal Seasoning. Grill or saute the chicken until golden brown and cooked through then slice into long strips. While the chicken is grilling you can prepare the vegetables by slicing all of the peppers, mushrooms and onions. Heat a saute pan to medium high heat, add the olive oil and saute the onions until they are tender. Add the peppers and mushrooms and continue to saute them until just tender, but still some what crisp (you don't want mushy). Season the vegetables with a little more Montreal Seasoning (or salt and pepper). Cut the hoagie buns horizontally and cover both sides of the bun with a layer of mayonnaise. On the sandwiches, place a few slices of the chicken and top the chicken with some of the pepper/onion mixture. Top each sandwich with a slice of cheese and broil the sandwiches open face until the cheese melts and the bread is nice and toasted. Serve the sandwiches warm out of the oven.