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All-American Sub Sandwich

  • Veg
    • 15 mins
    • Serves 8
    • Easy



    Breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can never go wrong with a cheese and meat-filled American sub sandwich. Whether it is at a football game during Super Bowl or a lunch break during work, there is never a wrong time for a sub sandwich.

    American sub sandwich also known as a hoagie or American hero is a submarine sandwich that is similar to the Italian sub. While the Italian one used cured ham and cheese from Italy, the American version focuses on American cheeses and deli meats.

    Made with layers of delicious meat, cheese, and vegetables, this sandwich is loved by adults and kids alike. So, try this easy the recipe next time for a quick dinner.

    Health Benefits

    The sandwich contains different types of lean meats, cheeses, and vegetables over a high carb-content bread loaf. This makes the sandwich a good source of proteins, carbohydrates and other healthy nutrients.

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    How to Make All-American Sub Sandwich

    1. Cut the entire loaf of bread, lengthwise, in half. If you want a toasted sandwich, you can toast the bread in the oven for 10 minutes.
    2. Spread one half of the loaf with as much yellow mustard as you prefer.
    3. Spread the other half of the loaf with liberal amounts of mayonnaise.
    4. Cover both sides of the loaf with lettuce.
    5. Layer the shaved turkey, salami and sliced ham on one side of the loaf.
    6. Then layer the meats with as many slices of Lorraine and American cheese as you prefer.
    7. Top the cheese with slices of tomatoes and onions. You can add jalapeños and black olives on top if you prefer.
    8. Season the entire length of the sandwich with salt and pepper and place the other half of the loaf on top.
    9. Inserts 3-4 party toothpicks on equal distances to secure the two halves of the sandwiches together.
    10. Cut the loaf into 8 slices and serve with condiments and a side of chips or French fries.


    The submarine sandwich originated in Italy and is thought to be brought over to the US by Dominic Conti. It is believed that he named his version of an Italian sandwich the submarine sandwich after he saw the recovered 1901 submarine, Fenian Ram.

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