"All the flavors of a classic hoagie sandwich are stirred into this hearty spread, making it perfect for big appetites." — Town House
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deli-roasted turkey breast, chopped
Genoa salami, chopped
provolone cheese, chopped
sliced green onions
drained pickled pepperoncini peppers, chopped
zesty Italian vinaigrette salad dressing
crushed red pepper
seeded and chopped roma tomatoes
Keebler® Town House ® Flipsides® Original Crackers or Keebler® Town House ® Flipsides® Cheddar Crackers
This is a good dip served it with rye cocktail bread and used Sargento Italian blend cheese.This is very hardy so the guys loved it.
I made this for a party based on all the good reviews and I'm not sure if my deli's quality of meat wasn't up to par or what but I didn't get the "fantastic-ness" of this recipe. Don't get me wrong, it wasn't bad by any means but for me, I'm not sure I'll make it again. I did use low fat mayo so maybe that is what did it? Also I didn't see any benefit of adding the tomatoes. If I make this again I do think what I'll do is spread in between some good italian bread, let it sit for a while to blend flavors and cut serving as finger sandwiches.
I saw this dip last week for the Conference championship games and made it on a whim. It was well liked and i found it to be very nicely done! I think the only improvement might be some sliced olives (green & black) on the side that people can add as they please. Really enjoyed making and eating this one.
I did double this recipe. Because I'm low on mayonnaise, I used half mayonnaise/half sour cream. The boys inhaled this and kept going "mmmmmm" while they were eating it.
This was a great recipe! Everyone in my house loved it. It was pretty salty with the pickled pepperocinis I used, and the summer sausage I subbed for the salami since I had three of them from Christmas! Also subbed chicken for turkey. I omitted the red pepper, used some black pepper and think the summer sausage and pepperocinis gave it some "fire". Maybe use crackers that aren't heavily salted like the flipsides are? It was great though and I would make it again!
I made this as written first....eyeballed it & thought that it would be gone is 10 seconds with my house of men. Tasted it. It was very good. 5 stars! The only sub I made on the original recipe was to use the package of mini heirloom tomatoes (I cut them in big pieces) because that was what I had on hand.
Tweaked it because after I made it - it would not feed 15, which seems to be how many I cook for. Doubled everything except the mayo & added 1/2 cup (chopped them) fire roasted peppers (Trader Joe's Jar), Red Onion (chopped) Granulated Garlic - 2 heaping teaspoons) 1 tsp. Italian Seasoning, 1 can chopped stewed tomatoes with liquid (lower fat than adding more mayo). Let the whole thing sit in the fridge for an hour before the Menfolk found it & started eating it. Let's just say it should have fed 15 when made. Huge Bowl! There is about 1 1/2 cups left 3 hours later. Good Man Food & I liked it too!
I have made this many many times and everytime it is wonderful! So many people just love it!
We liked this.Added a head of lettuce and made it a salad !
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Awesome Italian Hoagie Spread
Serving Size: 1/28 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 28
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 59
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