3 Reviews

Delicious and just the right combination of ingredients for an authentic muffuletta. You seriously must hollow out the bread, though. This is a gigantic sandwich! Made for ZWT5 by a Groovy GastroGnome.

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JackieOhNo! June 01, 2009

Try slicing the Italian bread, drizzle with a little olive oil and layer in this order: Provolone, cold cuts (in any order), olive salad and another slice of Provolone. Top with another slice of bread drizzled with olive oil. Place sandwich in pannini maker and toast until crispy. The filling gets warm, bread is crisp. My family loves these and we do them ll the time.

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Lacey in MI February 23, 2008

This was wonderful!It rememinded us of N'Awlins that was visited 3 years ago. We went to the Cental Grocers a couple of times to sample their specialty.I was so happy to find your recipe and enjoy it again.I made my own olive salad Olive Salad Clone; similar to yours and my own Bread.I remember adding a review when I posted the picture,but for some unknown reason it didn't appeare.Your recipe is in my Recipe Book Best of Zaar.Thanks so much for posting. Rita

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Sage November 25, 2007
Real N'awlins Muffuletta