Whether you call them cold cuts or deli meats, those thin sliced little bits of meaty goodness can make a dandy sandwich. Combine several types for a hoagie style sandwich. Dress the sandwich up with veggies and condiments. Your imagination is the most powerful tool that you have in your kitchen. Take these ideas and expand them. Create your dream sandwich!
Deli Meat or Cold Cut Sandwich Ideas
*Pastrami and provolone on dark rye with your choice of condiments.
*Onions, bell peppers, pineapple, chopped ham, and watermelon chutney rolled in fresh garlic naan
*Pepperoni, provolone, and tomato omelet in a baguette
*Bologna cut thick fried on an open flame with Worcestershire Sauce and oregano on a hamburger bun.
*Asiago cheese and Black Forest ham on a croissant
*Deli sliced Virginia ham, mesquite turkey, and baby Swiss, dressed with pickles, onions, olive, jalapenos, tomato, and shredded lettuce with zesty Italian dressing.
*Thuringer (mild summer sausage) and cheddar with Dijon mustard on a roll.
*Double smoked ham and baby Swiss on rye with mustard and mayonnaise.
*Deli salami and baby Swiss on a pumpernickel roll with mayo and mustard or Ranch dressing.
*Prosciutto, mozzarella, black olives, roasted red bell pepper, and marinated artichoke heart Panini.
*Liverwurst with mayonnaise open-faced on a nut cracker.
*Hot capicola on a hard roll with provolone cheese and spicy mustard, then toasted.
*Olive loaf sandwich with mustard on white bread.
*Pepperoni and provolone grilled on sourdough bread and dipped in marinara sauce.
*Ham from Virginia, grilled with Colby cheese on a sourdough roll. (You slice the roll and grill it cut side out.)
What ingredients will you use for that special sandwich? Will you just build it using what you have in the refrigerator? Is a special grocery trip in your future? Whichever way you play it, enjoy your sandwich creations.
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