Recipe by Arch
"A favorite Italian grinder growing up found only in fine traditional Italian restaurants."
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extra-virgin olive oil
crushed red pepper flakes
broccoli rabe, trimmed
salt, to taste
hard Italian rolls, split
I still can't figure out the relation to the dish from the comment above, but this is a fabulous traditional grinder. Add prosciutto (aged Italian ham) and it's over the top!!
Mine ended up tasting like a lot of pepperoni in a cheap sandwich. However, I didn't follow the directions. I used about double the pepperoni and left out the red pepper flakes. I also used beet greens instead of the broccoli and mozzarella instead of the provolone. I think all the substitutions would have been okay if I would have kept the ratios the same. Keep the ratios correct.
5 STARS! Archie Bunker was a great cook off camera!
Moved this into the rotation after getting great reviews from the entire family. Made the broccoli version and did a spicy Italian sausage version. Wrapped the grinders in foil and put the in the over for 15 minutes at 350, This melted the cheese and made the rolls soft and crusty. Fantastic.
Excellent! I wouldn't change a thing.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Italian Broccoli Rabe Grinder
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 524
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