A sandwich is quite simply my favorite form of food. I truly believe that there is an art to sandwich making. Sandwiches at home do not have to be boring. I like to shop for in the deli and bakery section for my sandwich ingredients. It is so much cheaper and the quality is better! I like to grab deli meat and cheese by the slice and I also like to grab fresh made sandwich rolls for $0.25 each from the store’s bakery. The recipe I’m sharing today is for two 6 inch sandwiches and only cost about $5 to make. If you were to order 2 of these at a restaurant they would be at least $5 a piece!
-fresh basil leaves
– 2 slices provolone
-6 slices pepperoni
-6 slices Genoa salami
-4 slices prosciutto
-mayo (made with olive oil is my preference)
-2, 6 inch sandwich rolls (white or wheat)
Preheat the oven to 375° F.
Cut rolls into halves.
Spread mayo on the inside of each half of bread.
Place 5-6 basil leaves on one half, then a slice of provolone.
On the other half, place 3 slices pepperoni, 3 slices salami, and 2 slices of prosciutto.
Place the sandwich halves open faced on a cookie sheet and let bake in the oven for approx. 6-8 minutes. When cheese is fully melted and the edges of the bread are golden, it’s done!