Micro Muffulettas

Micro Muffulettas Recipe

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Shauna Havey


Put a little Mardi Gras into your game day celebration with these delicious little sandwiches. They're a mini version of the New Orleans classic muffuletta and are extra fun because they're made from toaster waffles. They pack all the punch of the traditional fave with none of the fuss. Score!


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15 Min
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1 box
frozen mini waffles
1/2 c
10 slice
provolone cheese
1 lb
sliced deli ham
1/2 lb
hard salami, sliced
1 can(s)
black olives
1 c
green olives with pimentos
1 Tbsp
fresh lemon juice
2 tsp
red wine vinegar
1/8 tsp
1 Tbsp
fresh oregano, chopped

How to Make Micro Muffulettas


  • 1Make the olive salad by coarsely chopping the olives and combining them with the lemon juice, salt, red wine vinegar, and oregano.
  • 2Toast the waffles according to package directions and cut them apart into individual waffles.
  • 3Cut each cheese slice in half and fold each half.
  • 4On half of the waffles, stack the cheese, salami, and ham.
  • 5Top with olive salad.
  • 6Spread mayo on the other half of the waffles and top the sandwiches
  • 7Secure the sandwiches with party pics and serve.

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