Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins
When my mother was in high school, she worked at a restaurant called Jimmy Paul's in Mt. Pleasant, PA. Growing up, we often had these sandwiches. When I told my husband about them, he thought they sounded crazy but enjoyed eating them.
- American cheese
- salt and pepper
- chopped iceberg lettuce
- chopped green pepper
- chopped tomato
- chopped onion
- hoagie rolls or submarine sandwich bread (best if they are big and crusty)
- Slice salami and cheese into 1/2 inch strips.
- Cut buns open.
- Put on buns in this order: Salami, cheese, lettuce, peppers, onions, tomatoes.
- Sprinkle with vinegar and oil.
- Top with salt and pepper.
What a nice sandwich! I followed your directions with only one exception, and that was to lightly sprinkle the vinegar and oil on the bottom part of the bun. I also sprinkled the dressing on the meat and cheese as per your directions. I wrapped the sandwiches up in plastic wrap and took them out on a picnic today. They were nice and moist (not overly moist) and were a nice lunch served with salad. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. Definately going into my t&t book.
Not a bad try for the recipe... However you are missing 1 massive ingredient and step that makes the subs perfection. Sadly... shhh it is a family secret.