Strawberry Margarita Cream Filled Donuts
Someone please teach me how to use my broiler.
Let’s just say my first loaf of bread was blackened. Blackened bread equals not photogenic.
Luckily I had another loaf on hand, but it was not the pretty whole grain loaf I wanted. No, instead you get to look a white loaf that I still managed to burn. The white loaf was for the boys, they would never dare to touch anything that might possibly not be refined, full of sugar and maybe a just a tad healthy for them.
Oh and if you are wondering what I did with the blackened loaf you would be right if you guessed that I scraped the black top off and used what was left of the bread. Growing up with six brothers my parents always made sure NO food was wasted. So the whole no wasting of any food thing is ingrained into me.
Although if you asked my mom she would tell you I waste too much food, but that is only because she thinks food that is a good eight to ten days old is still edible.
And to that all I have to say is “I am not trying to kill anyone”.
My brothers however would tell you the opposite. They HATE it when they find the buffalo chicken from the night before mixed into their pasta. I say that’s delicious, but I am telling you guys these boys are picky and they have the most bland taste buds you can ever imagine.
It is ridiculously annoying.
Lets talk about these subs. Not avocados, tortilla chips or salsa!
Switching gears for today, but don’t worry the fiesta will return tomorrow.
When we lived in Ohio there was this restaurant, Penn Station. If you live on the East coast you may know what I am talking about. Basically they sell a whole lot of subs and french fries. People kind of love it.
To be honest I can not remember for the life of me what I used to order. It is driving me insane. Why can I not remember! This is going to bug me for days.
Anyhoo, my brother Kai, he loves the Teriyaki chicken subs. Oh and obviously the fries. He really loves those.
So I made the teriyaki chicken subs. Of course his were minus the onion, peppers and green onions. Yes, I picked them out for him. Please tell me I get an award for best sister or something?
That is of course unless you turn you bread into charcoal and have to go to the store for more.
Really, don’t do this. It’s not a fun sight to open the oven to burnt bread.
What you should do is make these subs. They are just so gosh darn delicious. Really they are going to blow you socks off (is that cheesy enough for you?)!!
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Cheesy, sweet, sticky goodness…..the best combo!
Loved these! The teriyaki sauce was delicious! Whole family loved them.
That is so great Beth! I am so happy your whole family enjoyed these! Thanks!
I just wanted to let you know I made these for dinner last night! They are OUT OF THIS WORLD good!!! They are so much better than Penn Station and that’s saying a lot because Penn Station is my favorite sandwich shop!!! I made homemade hoagie buns. Thank you so much for such an awesome recipe!!! I just love your website to pieces!!! =)
THANK YOU!! Im so happy you like them!! ((:
I’ve made these twice now. The first time I followed your recipe exactly and the second time I tried to save some time by using store bought teriyaki sauce. Wow, what a huge difference! Your homemade sauce is a MILLION times better! I will gladly sacrifice the few extra minutes to make the sauce from scratch. Delicious! Thanks for a great new recipe for the family rotation 🙂
Really? That is AWESOME!! Thank you!!
I have to say I am broiler challenged too! My mom always said that charcoal was good for the digestion. LOL! This looks wanderful — your family is lucky to have such a good cook!
Thank you so much Charlene!
oh my goodness, your pictures are so beautiful! i love teriyaki chicken so I think I would love this sandwich. yummy!
Thank you, Aimee!
These look so good! I am all about mixing it up with sandwiches. I just need to keep some sub buns in the freezer now… 🙂
Ha! Thanks Laura!!
Delicious! This sandwich looks amazing!
We had a Penn Station in Pennsylvania and I do remember the subs being delicious. This one looks killer as usual. Great photos!!!
Thank you, Jocelyn!
What a terrific recipes. Spectacular pictures. Cannot wait to try this one!
Thank you! I hope you love them!
Looks great! Do you have any idea of the calorie count without the bread? In on a diet & this has lots of sugar in it.
I have know idea. I am sorry, but I did use as little sugar as possible and honestly I think (especially with out the bread) this is a pretty healthy low cal meal. I cannot imagine it is to high! Thanks for reading and sorry I was not of more help!! Hope you love this!
Oh boy, that looks amazing! Hoping over from IHeartNaptime!
Thank you Alexandra and thank so much for stopping by!