4 Reviews

This sandwich was fantastic! I used two long flat ciabatta loaves and did everything else exactly as stated in the recipe. We had them for supper last night along with two hungry american missionaries that we were feeding and everyone gave it a hearty two thumbs up! The boys went back for seconds and thirds actually! I could only have a small slice as I am on a strict diet but I sure enjoyed that small slice and it took alot of will power to keep from going back for more! Thanks for a great recipe that I know I will make again!

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MarieRynr June 10, 2004

Great sandwich! I used french pistoletts for the bread. The explosion of flavors was amazing. We really enjoyed this and will definatly a keeper. This will be excellent to prepare for camping. Just warm them up over a campfire. MMMMmmmmm good! Thanks for the great recipe. LeeAnn

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L. Duch September 27, 2003

this is a great party recipe! so easy to make and the explosion of flavors is incredible. while it is really delicious fresh from the oven, it can also be served cold.

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luckycloud29 September 18, 2003

My picky teenagers raved about the sandwich this made. I omitted the capers, and substituted a little butter for the artichoke, and used some homemade foccocia for the bread. I was afraid it was going to be too unusual, but the flavor of the finished product won everyone over. This would also make a great picnic or school lunch item. Doesn't matter if it gets squished, in fact, it makes it better if it is! :)

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tjaskolka September 03, 2002
muffuletta