Total Time
1min
Prep 1 min
Cook 0 mins

This is a topping for cold sandwich subs. This is better if it sits for a bit, but not necessary.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix all together.
  2. Spread on both sides of bread before adding your meat and veggies.

Reviews

(7)
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This recipe gets a BIG NO for me. This "sub sauce" will ruin a cold-cut sandwich faster than throwing it on a dirty floor and then stomping on it. I wish I had not bought into the rave reviews and made a triple sized batch of it - what a waste. In the garbage it goes, though. I suggest equal parts mayo and brown mustard, and a pinch of thyme, oregano, red pepper flakes, and salt and pepper. (a pinch is about 1/4 tsp.)

nolongercold February 25, 2011

I ALMOST passed on this recipe, thinking it wouldn't work for my needs, but am very glad I gave it a shot! I omitted the olive oil because I am watching my fat content, and the result was still so flavorful & easy. I used fat free mayo & messed around a bit with the spice amounts, but stayed true to the recipe. Am gonna have it on my vegetarian "salami" sandwich tomorrow night & I cannot wait! I've been looking for a sandwich spread forever that was full of great herbs & flavor but wasn't full of fat & calories. Thanks so much for sharing this!

LUVMY2BOYS February 26, 2009

This really perks up a sandwich Nat! I made turkey bacon club sandwiches for a hockey buffet tonight and they looked and tasted awesome. This is so simple and uses ingredients that most people would have on hand. Thanks for posting!

mums the word February 20, 2009

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