Italian Sub Sandwich

Italian Sub Sandwich Recipe

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Leanne D.


These are the sandwiches we will serve for the to-go lunch next Thursday in keeping with the Italian theme meal. I used to make these for my sons and they LOVE themI would add capicola to their sandwiches as they love spicy food.


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    italian rolls
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    thinly sliced deli style ham
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    thinly sliced salami
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    thinly sliced provolone
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    shredded lettuce
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    thinly sliced tomatoes
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    thinly sliced onion
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    olive oil
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    red wine vinegar
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    salt and pepper,to taste
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    dried oregano,to taste
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    cherry peppers

How to Make Italian Sub Sandwich


  1. Slice roll horizontally, being careful not to slice all the way through.
    Open up the roll and layer on ham,provolone cheese and salami.
    Top with lettuce, tomato slices & onion. Mix oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, oregano.Sprinkle on sandwiches. Serve with peppers if desired.

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About Italian Sub Sandwich

Course/Dish: Sandwiches
Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: Italian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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