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Monday, September 13, 2010

Italian Subs

My husband and I love the Italian Subs that the restaurant East of Chicago makes. We don't have any East of Chicago chains here...well...because we are west of Chicago.

I finally found the right combination that tastes almost exactly like the Italian Subs! I used to use small, individual buns to make it but like the recipe I used on Saturday much better, so will be sticking to that from now on.

1 loaf of french bread

Hard salami, pepperoni, and ham slices

tomato slices

diced onion

shredded mozzarella cheese


Italian salad dressing

Slice french bread loaf halfway. Lay meats on one side of bread. Layer onions, tomatoes, and cheese on other side. Bake in 350 degree oven for about 15 to 20 minutes. Once out of oven, sprinkle with shredded lettuce and pour Italian dressing over the sandwich. Close the sandwich "lid" and cut into manageable pieces. Enjoy!

This sandwich is messy but oh so yummy!


  1. i make those too but i have to put raw onion on after it cooks. i only like cooked onion in french onion soup.

    sometimes i will eat raw red inion slices instead of potato chips- hey, it works!

    i am a TOPS drop out!



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