Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Marinated Italian Cold Cut Sub



I have to give my in laws the credit for this one. My mother and Father in law make these great Italian Marinaded cold cut sandwiches and they are desirable meal among the children and children in law. I do however, make mine different than them but, I think that they are both equally great and suggest trying them out and make any adjustments that might interest you.

Thinly Slice 1/2 -1 Red onion, 1/2-1 green pepper, 1/2- 1 red pepper, and 2 Roma tomatoes (not pictured).

Through in a bowl with a quarter pound of thinly sliced Salami, Pastrami, Ham, Roast beef and pepperoni (if desired). Then pour in 1/2 to 1 bottle of Wishbone light Italian dressing, 1/2 bottle of Newman's Own Oil and Vinaigrette, and 1/4 cup of balsamic vinegar. Toss to mix.
Lay out individual portions on a cookie sheet and pour remaining marinade over it . Let it marinade in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes. You can make this the night before and leave in over night.
* Another easy way to do this is to lay out the meat and veggies in individual portions on the cookie sheet and then mix the liquid ingredients together and pour over the portions on the cookie sheet.



Lay over a favorite hoggie roll. I chose a Sourdough roll for this one. It is a little firmer and holds it together well. This would be a good time if you wanted to put some sliced fresh tomatoes, shredded lettuce, and/or salt and pepper.
I keep wondering that these would be good hot but haven't tried it yet. I would think that you would just saute the veggies, add meat, and then add liquid ingredients and skip the marinading process. Of course, it wouldn't be a cold cut sub though :).
What do you think, do you think it might be good hot?

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