Super Party Sandwiches

Super Party Sandwiches

Super Party Sandwiches

Make your own super size party subs!

  • 2 long loaves crusty French Bread (about 20" to 22" long, each)
  • sweet pepper and onion relish
  • Italian dressing
  • 12 oz. thinly sliced tavern ham
  • 12 oz. thinly sliced hard salami
  • 8 oz. thinly sliced pepperoni
  • 12 oz. thinly sliced provolone cheese
  • 1 small jar olives
  • sandwich picks

Preparation -
About 1-1/2 hours before serving .... Slice the bread loaves lengthwise. Lightly brush the cut side of both the tops and the bottoms of the loaves with Italian dressing. Place slices of tavern ham, hard salami, and pepperoni on the bottom halves. Spread a generous layer of sweet pepper and onion relish over meats. Add slices of provolone. Cover with the top halves of bread. Tightly wrap each loaf in plastic wrap and refrigerate for about 1 hour. Cut the sandwiches diagonally into slices about 3" wide. For each sandwich slice, place an olive on a sandwich pick. Insert the picks with the olives into the cut sandwiches and arrange on a serving tray.

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