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I made this for lunch for my work crew of 6 men and one woman. There were no leftovers. I substituted swiss cheese for the mozarella and used a poblano pepper. I had quite a bit of dressing left after smearing it on the bread so I dribbled it over both layers of lettuce. I also used less than the full 1/2 pound of capicola because it was sliced so thinly. I guess next time I will make two layer of it.

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Kmmd June 06, 2009

Left out the turkey, lettuce and mozzarella cheese. Added onions, black olives and crushed hot pickled peppers. We loved the oil/vinegar dressing and thought it was excellent. We LOVED this sub!

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MyCookiesCrumble September 19, 2008

Let me tell you, this hit the spot! All of them! We have been craving a sub so decided to make these and we picked a winner here! Loved them! Only thing I did was add pepperoncini peppers and black olives to give it a little more flavor. Excellent!

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FoodieFanatic June 28, 2008

Mmmm! This was absolutely delicious! Since I was afraid of the garlic tasting "raw", I used jarred minced garlic. I also added some pickles, sliced onions, and a bit of mayo and mustard. I'm already thinking about the other half that I'll be having for lunch tomorrow. YUM-O!

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LoverlyLady May 03, 2007

This was my kind of sandwich. It was better than any deli takeout sandwich I have ever had. I halved the recipe and I left off the green pepper, but added onion. Was very good. I had a bit for dinner last night and some more for lunch today. This is a keeper.

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Auntie Jan July 17, 2006

Delicious littleturtle! It was the oil/garlic/red wine mixture that what made this sooo. good. Omitted the green pepper, due to lack of time(really rushed on getting son off to school and Hub to work). Did add sliced onion. The oil mixture would taste fantastic to Dip the sandwich into, this is a type of sandwich any type of meat(roast beef)or cheese(swiss) would be great but the sauce is a KEEPER! Thank You!

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lets.eat May 31, 2005

I made this sandwich for a luncheon I catered and it was a huge hit! Everyone loved it. I did make a few changes: I didnt have oregano so I didnt add it, I used black forest ham, pepperoni, Genoa salami, mozzerella and provolone cheese, I added red bell pepper slices instead of green, added purple onion slices, and I used a french loaf for the bread. I will definitely be making this again! Thanks for posting!

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shimmerysummersun August 07, 2011

Had this for lunch the other day and what a lunch !!! Such a yummy sandwich and so quick and easy to put together. I had prepared these in the morning and just wrapped them and brought them to lunch. I had made two separate sandwiches using Hoagie rolls. Just for taste preference I had used National Hebrew Salami instead of Genoa and I had used red peppers not green...Otherwise everything else was the same. For the choice of the cider or red wine I went with the red wine vinegar. Served them just with some Wickles Pickles.... MMMMM......good stuff. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe littleturtle.. We thank you for such a good lunch. Will definitely be making this again.

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FrenchBunny February 26, 2011

"Excellent!" That's what my DH said after the first bite ... and he didn't even want me to use the sauce ... boy, am I (and he) glad that I did. The sauce made the sandwich. Don't pass this sandwich by ... it's the best!!!

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Claudia Dawn February 07, 2011
Super Italian Sub