The Sinful Sub

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Yes, this is a sinful sub sandwich. 
IMGP0601But it’s sinful in a good way. You know…bad meaning good.

Let me just go ahead and break this down for you:

Ham – This was some leftover Gourmet Kurabota Ham from Snake River Farms.
Banana Peppers
Caramelized Onions
Cabot Garlic and Herb Cheddar
Italian Dressing
Fresh Parsley

The vehicle for this hot mess is homemade French bread, which I added rosemary to. Homemade isn’t necessary, though, you could totally use storebought sub rolls, sandwich bread, etc. I happened to have a loaf leftover and it was a good fit. 
IMGP0624Let me tell you…the combination of mayo with Italian dressing on the bread is, yes, sinful. But amazing

If you can’t find the Cabot Garlic and Herb Cheddar use your favorite melty cheese.
IMGP0652It’s crusty on the outside, but oozing with straight up lusciousness on the inside. 

The Sinful Sub

The Sinful Sub



  • Make the bread - Brush the loaves with egg and sprinkle with rosemary before you bake it.
  • Slice one loaf into individual portions for a sandwich, and wrap the other one to use later.
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Assemble the sandwich by slathering mayo on the bottom halves of bread and drizzle with Italian dressing.
  • Stack cheese, turkey, ham, bacon, banana peppers, onions, add the top slice of bread, drizzle with more Italian dressing, wrap in foil and bake for 25-30 minutes, until cheese is completely melted.
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1 Comment

  • Mila
    April 6, 2015 at 4:37 PM

    Thanks for linking up this week:)
    Mila (Idea Box)

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