How to Make Bologna Sandwich
- In a large skillet, incorporate the first four ingredients i.e. onion, green pepper, red wine vinegar, and hot pepper sauce. Set on medium heat and cook, stirring frequently for about 4 minutes or until the vegetables are soft.
- Take away the mixture from the skillet and cover up to keep warm.
- Sauté bologna on medium-high heat in the same skillet for about 1 ½ minute per side or until the bologna is lightly browned on both sides.
- Spread mustard on the slices; fill with bologna and vegetable mixture to make 2 sandwiches.
- Dish up and devour!
- Oscar Mayer, the originator of the most popular bologna brand 'Oscar Mayer' in the US, reports that 2.19 billion bologna sandwiches are made every year in the US
- Bologna got its name from a city called Bologna in Italy. They do have bologna there but with a different name i.e. mortadella. Mortadella is basically the older, richer version of the bologna everybody in the United States knows and loves
- It appears that mortadella, the antecedent to current bologna, has been around for a considerable length of time. It turned into a genuine delicacy in the town of Bologna as far back as the 1400s
- A survey suggests that Americans eat 800 million pounds of bologna every year
October 24th is celebrated as the National Bologna Day.