Recipe by C. Schuster
"This mouth-watering dip tastes like a hoagie!"
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cooked ham, thinly sliced
Genoa salami, thinly sliced
processed American cheese, sliced
iceberg lettuce, shredded
hoagie rolls, torn into pieces for dipping
Wow! This recipe exceeded my expectations! We loved it! Per previous reviewers, I too used a food processor to quicken the process and added a little extra mayo and a TBLS of red wine vinegar. Yum yum! Will be making for many parties and events to come!
I made this exactly as the recipe stated and took it to a huge SuperBowl party with lots of college-aged folks and people did not like it. I came home with 95%. Will not be making this again.
Amazing dip. I tried it out on my Philadelphia family (Philly, if you dont know, is the home of the Italian Hoagie) We all agreed, it really does taste like a real hoagie.
I added more mayo and also added red wine vinegar at the end and I would say it takes much more prep time that 15 min, but boy was it worth it. It also keeps for a few days, so serve over a long weekend at the Jersey Shore!
Growing up north of philly there are 3 things I know from birth, real cheese steaks, stromboli's, and Hoagie's. I must say this totally hit the mark. I did add some vinegar to the mixture as any hoagie I've ever had contained it. It was terrific!. I did scale this down to 4 servings and it made about 2 1/2 cups of dip even then. I chopped all the meat and cheese up rather than tore, it was faster and more uniform. I will be making this again.
I cut this recipe in half, because it just seemed like it would make too much. I am sooo glad I did. The dip is great, but we would never have been able to finish all the dip otherwise. Thanks for the recipe, I know it will be used again.
I looove Italian hoagies, so this is right up my alley. I go the Strip District (Pittsburgh thing) and get quality meats and cheeses: ham, spicy capicola, salami, pepperoni, and provolone. For the dressing: 1 cup mayonnaise, 1/4 cup sour cream, 1 T red wine vinegar, 2 T Italian Dressing, 2 t dried oregano. I like it cooked, but that's how I like my hoagies. In which case I serve the onions, hot pepper rings, lettuce and tomato on the side. I serve with lighly toasted french bread rounds. Also, my friends call this "deconstructed hoagie." I think it's an accurate description!
I have had this before and i was always asking for the recipe and no one wanted to give it up! Now i have it!!! This is great! I added blended olive oil and a little balsamic vinegar. I think next time i will leave them both out. It didn't really make that big of a difference. This was great! Also I ommit the onion. I don't like onion on my hoagie therefore i left it out.
I made this for New Year's Eve with a few tablespoons of red wine vinegar and it was terrific! It was a huge hit - over 30 people gave it a thumbs up! My brother-in-law told me I needed to make this for every gathering.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 373
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