"These flavorful sandwiches can be made ahead of time and stored in the fridge for later. They are full of flavor and you can vary the ingredients to your taste." — JCAFELD
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1 (14 ounce) can
marinated artichoke hearts, drained
extra-virgin olive oil
4 (6 inch)
French sandwich rolls
sliced roasted red peppers
arugula leaves or spring mix
thinly sliced hard salami
thinly sliced provolone cheese
pepperoncini peppers, drained and chopped
sliced black olives
red onion, thinly sliced
Oh my gosh these were good! Everyone thought I bought them from the Italian deli down the street. Thanks for the awesome recipe!!
Awesome COLD ...and preferably wrapped in butcher paper. Great for picnics too!
These were delicious! I needed a recipe to use up rucola, and this was a nice twist! I do not assemble and refrigerate them in advance. The first time I had fresh crispy bread and I wanted it to stay crispy ;-) and now I just assemble them just before eating. Or I just put all ingredients on the table and everyone assembles them as they like (using more or less of every ingredient to taste).
Thanks for the great recipe!
I served this at a bridal shower and everyone thought it was great. Instead of using a 6'' sub I used a whole french bread and cut it into 5 mini sandwiches with a pick to hold it together and that seemed to be plenty with a side of pasta and a side of fruit. Everyone loved the artichoke garlic paste.
Wow! So good! I made a couple of small changes- I left the soft bread and did not tear it out, and I served it warm. To serve warm, I wrapped each sandwich in foil and put it in the oven.
The flavors blend together so well. It tastes like a high-end deli sandwich.
These were very good even though the bottom of the bread was soggy (thats why I gave it only 4 stars)!! I didn't see this problem with any other viewer. I used a crusty Italian loaf but might have taken out too much of the inside bread.
I made them for tailgating at the horse races and they we're perfect - make ahead and just slice the sandwiches there with the wrapper on. Couldn't be easier! That artichoke spread was awesome but it could have used more of it so next time I'll double the artichokes.
My husband took these to a potluck for guys. He said they disappeared fast! I really liked the artichoke spread. Yummy!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 504
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