Recipe by cholt87
"My family makes this recipe every holiday, it's a favorite that's sure to please. You can serve in with an Italian roll cut into mini pieces served around the dip. enjoy!"
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bologna, cut into pieces
Genoa salami, chopped
American cheese, cut into pieces
provolone cheese, cut into pieces
kosher pickle, chopped
WOW! this does taste like a hoagie! beware... it is RICH and filling! you might spoil your dinner! also, don't try to heat it up like i did... it separated. it was a good idea while it lasted! but, it was GREAT served cold as intended!
FANTASTIC! This recipe is easy to make and is both fun and original, definitely a crowd pleaser! I served it with both Ritz crackers and an Italian roll torn up into pieces and enjoyed both options. I will be making this again and again!
I waver between a 4 & 5 for this. It's very good, altho I thought the oregano was a bit overpowering so added a little more mayo to tame it. It's strange to think of these flavors as a dip. We ended up making sandwiches with the leftovers. lol.
My family loves this dip with or without bread.
It's a MANLY dip! I skipped the bologna & American cheese and the veggies because I dislike soggy veggies.. And added an additional 1/4lb ham & 1/4lb provolone. I used the mayo but also added about 1/2 cup of sour cream to loosen it up a bit, and mixed in 1Tbsp of so of red vinegar before serving. The dip was served with Stacy's simply salted pita chips. OOOOOHHH YUMMM,
Made it for a potluck at work. Got RAVE reviews. Served with ritz crackers and mini pita pockets cut in half. Someone suggested that i could have stuffed the pita pockets and served it as a finger food. good idea, lots more work involved, but good idea if someone wants to invest the time.
This was YUMMY and a nice change from the usual appetizers. I did make variations with what I had on hand and to add a bit more flavor. I did not use bologna...not a fan. I used chopped ham, diced salami, and diced cajun spiced deer stick. I used olive oil mayo and added some creamy italian dressing (1/2 cup or so). I also used some onion powder and celery salt. It was a hit! Will make it again for sure. Thanks for the awesome recipe!
Yummy! I followed the recipe almost exactly. I left out the oregano & sprinkled a bit of onion powder in. I also mixed the chopped tomatoes (I used a few firm, tiny plumb tomatoes that were easy to dice.) & the lettuce right in. I served it with sliced Italian bread. Next time I will add some finely diced purple onion. Thanks for the recipe! It's a great alternative to cheese & cracker for football Sundays!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ultimate Hoagie Dip
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 329
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