13 Reviews

I'll be making these for our Super Bowl Party. They remind me of Subs from my favorite pizzeria waaaay back in High School! I will follow an earlier reviewer and add pizza sauce. I will also add a sprinkling of crushed rep pepper and a strip or two of hot banana peppers. I will wrap the whole thing and place in a hot oven for 10-12 minutes, or until the cheese is melted and the bread is toasty. Thanks so much for posting this.

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drr_9634687 February 01, 2011

So good, so easy. We added marinara sauce between the layers of meat and added peppercinis to hubbys sandwich. I'm sure we'll be having these on a regular basis. Thanks!

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gone to disneyland April 04, 2011

I'd never thought of putting Italian dressing on a sub... it was delicious! The crunchy bread and the tangy dressing were great together. I added a bit of pizza sauce in between the meats, and had to use cheddar because we didn't have any provolone in the house. My husband and I both loved these subs, and will definitely make this combination again. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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AmyMCGS October 12, 2005

The whole family loved these! Everyday I look at the new recipes and photos and as soon as we saw this, everyone wanted them for lunch. Fortunately, we actually had all of the ingredients in the kitchen, which is a rarity around here! I did use the optional turkey and half of the family had the Italian dressing drizzled on, which really added the right amount of zing (we used Ken's Italian dressing with Romano cheese). I have to be honest, I would never think to put all those meats in the same sandwich and toast it, but it all went together soooo well! Thanks for posting...the kids want to have this every Saturday for lunch from now on.

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Karen=^..^= October 01, 2005

Delicious!! I used basic pepperoni instead of sandwhich size. Thank You

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lets.eat October 29, 2009

My gf made these for my lunch and they were so good. She said she used Zesty Italian dressing and it gave it a lot of flavor. These will be in my lunch often from now on! I loved em! Mike

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Mike&Cassie December 11, 2008

The first time I made it I didn't broil it but the following times I did. I like it both ways. I will add those little yellow peppers too. I love this with a creamy italian. It is a family favorite now. Thanks!

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Samantha in Ut March 14, 2008

Loved these. We made them twice so far and they will be a regular on busy nights.Thanks

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Kim~In~Canada May 17, 2007

We loved these, Marg! It reminded me so much of a hoagie sandwich my elementary school used to serve that I LOVED. :) This definitely makes the regular meal rotation. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Chef Doozer May 09, 2007

Very good sandwich. Will be using this from now on. Thanks for such a quick and easy sandwich.

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gwynn February 22, 2007
Italian Subs (Hoagies or Submarine Sandwiches)