My husband thought this was the best sandwich he had had in a long time and I wish i had extras to make more. I bought the tomato soup to make it easier...
Delicious and easy. Arugula, not usually my favorite green, is perfect in this sandwich. My favorite was the soup. It turned out as a lovely, full-flavored bowl of red goodness. The sandwich is my husband's fave. We've already repeated this meal as a lunch over the weekend when my son came to visit! He's another great cook, and he asked for this recipe.
This was just OK. The sandwich was our favorite part. I used turkey instead of roast beef and put the sandwiches under the broiler, open faced, to melt the cheese and toast the bread. The soup was SO onion-y! Two onions were two onions too many. Even though we put the extra horseradish/sour cream into the soup, it lacked creaminess and flavor. We added extra salt and failed to taste a rich tomato flavor. Everything about the soup screamed ONION to us. Not pleasant. The remainder of the soup went down the garbage disposal. We would definitely make the sandwich again, though. Simple and delicious!
This was a good recipe. I loved the sandwich with the roast beef and arugula. I was a bit afraid of the horseradish but it worked with the sour cream. The soup could use a little less pepper and some more tomato flavor - next time I think I'll add some tomato paste in there.
Great recipe, I grilled the roast beef with onions and added sriracha to the tomato soup, this came out tasty!!
Loove it! Especially the panini -- the horseradish/sour cream spread went really well with it. The soup was good -- great for a cold rainy day.
Day Two of following the month of recipes. The sandwich was very good, but the soup was bland. We aren't people that add extra salt to food, so it is suprising that we felt this wasn't salty enough.