My husband loves Italian subs! Whenever we go to a sandwich shop to dine out, he always – without fail – orders the Italian sub sandwich! I love trying to create his favorite recipes at home so he can enjoy his favorite meal at a fraction of the cost. Best of all, when you’re making your own sub sandwich, you get control and to customize the sandwich as much as you might need to fit your own personal preferences and dietary needs.
- French or other bakery loaf
- Oscar Mayer Old World Style Pepperoni
- Oscar Meyer Old World Style Salami
- Mozzarella cheese, sliced
- Leafy lettuce
- Sliced tomatoes
- Italian dressing
Start by cutting your loaf into 4-6″ sections and then slice open through the center cutting nearly all the way through.
Now, layer your pepperoni and salami onto your sub loaf. Top your meats with your sliced mozzarella cheese. If you like your subs toasted, toss your sandwich into a toaster oven or a sandwich grill. We used our panini press.
Now, add on lettuce and tomatoes along with any additional veggies you may personally love like olives, pickles, peppers, or others. Finally, drizzle just a touch of Italian dressing and salt and pepper, if desired.
Now, eat and enjoy! You may want a cup of water or other drink near by, Italian subs have a spicy kick to them!
Oscar Mayer just introduced a whole line of Old World Style meats including their new pepperoni and salami pictured above! They come in big sandwich-ready slices so you can easily make your own favorite subs from home. Plus, these yummy meats are a great source of protein with up to 8 grams per serving!
We all enjoyed our homemade Italian subs! My boys called them their pizza subs since they recognized the pepperoni and mozzarella cheese from their favorite pizza variety, which made the sandwiches fun even for them! The sliced meats were really easy to use for our sandwiches, and to sneak a slice for snack, too.
Look for Oscar Mayer Old World Style meats in the refrigerated-meat section at retail stores nationwide.
What is your favorite type of sub sandwich?
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