Monday, July 13, 2020

Hot Submarine Sandwiches

Hot Submarine Sandwiches


18 slices Honey Ham Lunch Meat 
18 slices Hard Salami Lunch Meat
6 Cheddar Cheese Slices
6 Submarine Buns
Italian Dressing


Preheat oven to 400 degrees
Spread mayonnaise in a thin layer on each submarine roll.
Spread Italian Dressing in a thin layer over the mayonnaise. 
Fold each cheddar cheese slice in half and break in the middle.
Stagger them on top of each sandwich. 
Top with top sub bun, which also has mayo and dressing. 
Wrap each sandwich in aluminum foil.
Place in oven and bake for 10 to 15 minutes. 

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  1. htese are what we call hoagies-so if anyone everwondered when they saw hoagie sandwiches on myblog, this is them. I love a good hot and melty sandwich!

    1. Oh yes, I've herd them called hoagies too, Sam. Grinders is another term I've heard to describe them. I love them too!

  2. It's funny. They have a different name for that type of sandwich depending on where you live. I live in NY and we always called them subs or submarines. I worked on the NYS thruway, as a teenager, and the company that had the restaurant contract was Gladieux Foods, out of Ohio. They called them hoagies. I had never heard of hoagie up to that point. Other places call them grinders like you said. Tomato or tomahto, I guess!

    1. Exactly, Cheryl. Tomato or tomahto. LOL Either way - they are delicious! You inspired me with your sandwich last week or the week before. It looked delicious.

  3. This sounds good, plus I have some leftover sliced ham in the fridge

  4. Thanks for the idea...I put ham and salami on my grocery list.

    1. You're welcome, Kathy. I hope you enjoy them. :)

    2. We really liked them. Such a nice change from regular sandwiches. Thanks! :)

    3. Yes! We like having something different every now and then.


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