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Bologna Sandwich

  • Veg
    • 30 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy



    The bologna sandwich is a popular and simple delicacy in the United States and Canada.

    Otherwise called a ‘baloney’ sandwich, it is customarily produced using pre-cut bologna sausage sandwiched between slices of white bread, alongside different fixings, for example, mayonnaise, mustard, and ketchup.

    The bologna sandwich could be fried or unfired and both versions taste equally delicious. Bologna has been a staple in snacks for quite a while. A few cuts of bologna between two cuts of white bread with a couple of sauces makes for a heavenly dinner.

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    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.

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