Salami, Havarti, and Cole Slaw Sandwiches
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- Ready In:
- 1 cup deli Coleslaw
- 2 tablespoons fresh dill, chopped
- 2 hard poppy seed rolls
- 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
- 4 slices salami (about 3 oz.)
- 4 slices havarti cheese (about 4 oz.)
- Drain cole slaw and stir in dill.
- Split rolls. Spread mustard over top halves and spoon cole slaw on bottom halves.
- Place salami and cheese on cole slaw on bottom halves. Place salami and cheese on cole slaw and cover with top halves of rolls.
- Cut sandwiches in half and serve.
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5++++ stars! I knew this would be great because I love all of the ingredients! This was so good that I had it for breakfast and lunch the next day. Unfortunately, no poppy seed rolls at both stores I went to! I do believe you need to eat this on a a fresh roll. My coleslaw was more of a vinegar base so next time I will try the mayonaisse based coleslaw. Made for ZWT9 Gourmet Goddesses July 2013.
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