Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 10 mins

This is best made with Irish soda bread, and there are several good soda bread recipes here at Recipezaar. Or, though less authentic, you can substitute a good hoagie roll.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. ---To Make The Vinaigrette---.
  2. Combine all vinaigrette ingredients in a small bowl and whisk together until thoroughly mixed.
  3. Shake before using.
  4. Refrigerated, the vinaigrette will last for about a week.
  5. ---To Make The Sandwich---.
  6. Toast the bread or bun under a broiler until light golden brown.
  7. On one slice of the bread, or one half of the hoagie roll, layer the Limerick ham, then the pepperoni, and then the cheese.
  8. Return to the broiler and broil until the cheese is melted.
  9. Remove from the broiler, sprinkle with vinaigrette to taste, and top with lettuce, tomato and the other bread slice or roll half.
  10. Serve hot.
Most Helpful

Oh my God, Miller! These were INCREDIBLE! My husband and I love to have a great sandwich, and these were amazing! My husband went so far as to say these were the best he's ever had! I didn't have time to make your ham( I will try it for the holidays, and enjoy the leftovers on these sandwiches!)but we had a good quality deli ham, havarti, and good pepperoni. And we had them on my fresh homemade focaccia. We also added a few slices of red onion. The vinaigrette is delicious, and we sprinkled some on the bottom bread also before layering ingredients. The combination of flavors are just a match made in heaven! Definitely a keeper that will be in regular rotation in my cookbook! I'm thinking I could make this with the whole focaccia, wrap it up, then slice and serve at a picnic! Yummm! Thanks for sharing!

ciao August 07, 2002

This was like having a "restaurant" sandwich at home. We did stray slightly by using focaccia, but stuck with the recipe otherwise. I will be adding this one to our favorite "baked" sandwich list! Thanks for the great recipe :)

Shae August 14, 2002

Very tasty sandwich! I didn't make your limerick ham either- just used nice black forest ham. I also cheated on the bread too- I actually made Irish soda bread with the express intent of using it for these sandwiches, but we ate it all before I got to make these! We just had it on sourdough. The vinagarette is nice. I liked the flavors, but I felt like there should be more on the sandwich- red onion like Lee~Ann~R used, maybe? I also would have rather have not melted the cheese, I think- I did have to use havarti and I found that I prefer it not melted- I find that its creamy texture and flavor disappears when its melted. I think this is a good basic sandwich, but needs some suppliments and adjustments for personal tastes. Thanks for a nice lunch!

Roosie September 28, 2004