I've recently joined Tupperware as a consultant and had my first launch party. I asked my manager Lora what she typically makes in the jello mold and she said a sandwich ring so I decided to make one. It really "Wow'd the crowd of ladies. Several of them said they had the jello mold at home but hadn't used it in years & now they would be sure to pull it out of storage and make one for their family. I also ended up selling 3 new jello molds because of it. Genius to whomever thought of it first. It's fun, fast, & perfect for a party! --- Re-purposed & made new again is always a win, win!!
1Get out your Jel-Ring Mold that you typically have used for making jello. This mold can be used for so many other things besides jello & this is just one way.
2Tuck in the top part of 4 medium sized sandwich rolls into the bottom of the jello ring, side by side. Lay top part down inside and then the next top of another roll lay down beside that till you have 4 tightly tucked into the bottom. Now, start layering your goodies. First your shredded lettuce, thinly sliced onions, sliced olives, meat, then cheese, next meat, another cheese. Now, place the bottom of the sandwich roll top part first. Crust side should show at the top of the jello mold. Tuck in the 4 bottom pieces of the bread & there you have it. Now, press the lid on and seal it. Put in the refrigerator for 1 to 2 hrs before party.
3When you are ready to serve take the lid off & place a plate to cover. Flip the jello mold over and take out the top part of mold. Lightly push out the sandwich ring...it should just pop out as mine did. Slice it up and serve with Italian dressing, mayo & mustard on the side. We just dipped our sandwiches into dressing. ---- Such a great party food!
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