Baked Italian Subs

To be honest, when I make a sandwich for myself for lunch, it’s usually a fairly boring meal. Some sliced sandwich bread, turkey or ham, mayonnaise and mustard, a slice of cheese, and lettuce. Why? That’s what I usually have in the fridge, and sandwiches aren’t something I prepare for; they’re something I improvise.

But do you know what sandwich you should definitely plan for? These Baked Italian Subs are delicious. They’re simple to make but far from basic or uninteresting. Consider three types of meat and provolone baked in a roll until it’s all warm and enclosed in some crusty dough. That is almost tough to resist. You will require:

Sandwich rolls, sliced provolone, banana peppers red onion, salami, mortadella, and sliced ham. You can certainly change up the meats, but this is my favorite trifecta. Tuck everything inside the rolls, place them on a baking tray, and bake for 20 minutes.

The rolls toast and crisp on the outside, the meat emits a wonderful flavor, and the provolone melts well. I promise it’s miles above a typical cold sandwich. And they don’t require much else — maybe some sliced tomato and shredded lettuce, a drizzle of Italian dressing… They’re already fairly gorgeous as they are!

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