Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Perfect for a Super Bowl get together! The ingredients may be doubled or tripled, if desired for more amount. Note: thinly sliced red onions, and green sliced ripe olives may be add to the sandwich if desired, but it is not necessary.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a food processor, with a metal blade, process the basil, parsley, bread crumbs, Parmesan cheese, water, fresh garlic and olive oil, until a paste is formed.
  2. Spread the mixture evenly between the bread slices.
  3. Layer ONE side of the roll with peppers, mozzarella cheese Italian prosciutto and arugula, top with a thin layer of onions and/or olives (if using).
  4. Top with bread.
  5. Cut, wrap in plastic wrap.
  6. Refrigerate until serving.
  7. All ingredients may be doubled or tripled for more sandwiches.


Most Helpful

I made this without the ham and it was still great! I used French bread, and herbs from the garden. Thanks Kitz!

Sharon123 July 17, 2007

A truly gourmet recipe! WOW! My mouth was watering just reading the ingredients for this superb sandwich. Pesto and peppers and prosciutto and olives: YUM! And these sandwiches really were every bit as wonderfully yummy as I'd anticipated! I made them exactly to the recipe - except for using lemon juice instead of water. I also added the (optional) thinly sliced red onion and sliced olives. If you're making these, be warned: anticipate people being keen to eat more than they would have eaten had some more averagely tasty sandwiches been on offer! I'll make these again, not only for others but also for fabulous take-to-work lunches! Thank you so much, KITTENCAL, for another exceptional 5+++++ recipe!

bluemoon downunder April 11, 2006

The pesto-like spread is wonderful. I had serrano ham which I used in place of the proscuitto along with arugula and fresh mozarella and roasted peppers. I too used a bit more ham--but loved this sandwich. I know I will be using this recipe again.

Chef Kate April 10, 2006

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