Sunday, July 20, 2008

Mini Muffalettas

These were introduced at BethFest 2000 (Beth's annual birthday bash). We took the ingredients in muffalettas and put them on small rolls and heated them in the oven. This is a party favorite. Who doesn't like a hot sandwich?

1 lb. black forest ham sliced deli thin
1 lb. genoa salami sliced thin
1 lb. provolone cheese sliced
olive salad mix
1 dozen pistolettes or other french-type roll

Cut rolls leaving one side attached. Put bread open-faced on a cookie sheet. Brush bread with olive oil from the olive salad mix. Put on a slice of ham, salami, and provolone cheese. Top with olive salad mix (or leave off if you like-- I usually do half with and half without for the uninitiated). Bake at 425 degrees until crispy and cheese is melted. Close sandwiches and put on a platter to serve.

1 comment:

Manda Panda said...

Yum! As I mentioned in an earlier comment, these are an all time fave at our house. If only I didn't have such a hard time finding the olive salad mix. Used to you could find it just about anywhere, but lately I CANNOT find it. And let me tell you...that is REALLY frustrating when you just need a muffaletta fix! I'll have to stock up next time I'm in Hammond.