You asked: Are Firehouse Subs toasted?

Does Firehouse Subs cook their meat?

Firehouse Subs calls it their winning combination — steaming the meats and cheeses to release flavor, then stuffing it all into a toasted sub roll. “It is this method that sets us apart from the other sub shops, along with quantity and quality of meats and cheeses,” owner Eric Engelstad said.

Does Firehouse Subs bake their own bread?

Firehouse is a quickly growing chain, with over 1000 locations now across the country. They pride themselves on using high quality meats and cheeses, and baking their “private recipe” sub buns in house. They claim to be unique in “steaming” their meats and cheeses before loading them onto the fresh baked bread.

Does firehouse steam their subs?

People come back again and again because, unlike other sub places, we steam our meats and cheeses, releasing a rush of flavors, then stuff a serving that’s way over code on one of our toasted private-recipe sub rolls. It’s a winning combination that satisfies ravenous appetites and the value-conscious alike.

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Can you reheat Firehouse Subs?

take the top off the sub, put the sub on some aluminum foil, turn your oven on broil, put your sub in the oven for like 3 minutes (just stay close by, you’ll smell when it’s done depending on how much stuff is on your sub), remove sub from oven, reconstruct, devour.

Can Jersey Mike’s toast your sub?

While your sub may have been heated or grilled in the past, it has always been our policy not to grill or heat our cold subs. Our goal is to provide an experience that our customers can count on from coast to coast, staying true to our authentic sub sandwich.

Does Firehouse Subs sell hot sauce?

Our hot sauces, including our signature Captain Sorensen’s Datil Pepper Hot Sauce, are available for purchase on one website. AND… because you’re a loyal customer you get a special Firehouse Subs discount of 7%. Visit www.hotsauce.com and search for the sauce you wish to purchase.

Does Firehouse Subs make cold sandwiches?

You can order any of our hot subs cold!

Just let us know when you order and we won’t heat the meat & cheese. Then we’ll pile it all high on our private recipe toasted sub roll.

How do you steam a sandwich like a firehouse?

Instructions

  1. Slice roll in half and place on cookie sheet or air fryer pan on top of a sheet of parchment paper.
  2. Preheat oven or air fryer to broil – LOW.
  3. Place meat in microwave steamer tray and steam for 1 minute in microwave.
  4. Layer meat and cheese onto sub rolls open faced.
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Does Firehouse Subs use Boar’s Head meat?

Firehouse subs are consistent no matter which location. I like it over others because they use Boar’s Head meats, which crush Subway and others on quality. Subs are loaded with meat and are always fresh.

What bread does Firehouse Subs use?

They cherry-pick ingredients

That’s because Firehouse gets its pickles from Katz’s Deli in New York City, according to The Daily Meal. The bread, meanwhile, is sourced from a French bakery in Atlanta.

What brand of bread does Firehouse Subs use?

Firehouse Subs is now offering a gluten-free bread option at participating locations. The gluten-free ciabatta-style sub roll is sourced from Schar, an American gluten-free bread producer.

What do they say when you walk into Firehouse Subs?

NORTON SHORES, MI – “Ten-12, welcome to Firehouse,” the crew will shout when you walk into the new Firehouse Subs at 3194 Henry St.

Why does Firehouse Subs say 1012?

Orders arrived quickly, and I didn’t hear any complaints. The staff was friendly and greeted each person the Firehouse way – one person calls out, “10-12,” (a fireman’s code meaning “visitor present”) and everyone else shouts, “Welcome to Firehouse!” Kudos to this opening crew.

Is Firehouse Subs owned by firemen?

Firehouse Restaurant Group, Inc. Firehouse Subs is an American restaurant chain based in Jacksonville, Florida. It was founded in 1994 by former firefighter brothers Chris Sorensen and Robin Sorensen.