How to make it

  • Split hoagie sub, spread butter on one side of sub and place on grill for toasting.
  • After toasting remove.
  • Spread mayo on both sides of sub.
  • On bottom part of sub, layer lettuce, tomato and onion.
  • Drizzle italian dressing on both sides and set hoagie aside.
  • Grill burgers and add provolone slices on each burger before removal of grill and place on hoagie.
  • Place salami on grill and grill for about 30 seconds to 1 minute-flipping on both sides to cook evenly.
  • Place salami ontop of cheeseburgers.
  • Assemble sandwich together-press together to get the flavors together!!
  • Cut in half and serve!!
  • Add wafer fries with cheddar sauce (opt)

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  • onesears 1 month ago
    White American, Genoa salami and old fashioned loaf..
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  • rob501521 2 years ago
    use American swiss
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  • Ljnv 2 years ago
    An absolutely disgusting bland characterization of an amazing sandwich. Disgusting at best....
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  • JSurma 2 years ago
    Recipe is real close. Instead of Provolone, Def. use a Boars Head white American...Also Mr. hero uses yellow onions...They have more of an onion flavor than white onions. I also skipped the butter when I grilled the buns. Like I said, this recipe is close and got me in the right direction...Try #2 with my substitutions tasted a lot closer to the original.
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  • extraboard 2 years ago
    I'm pretty sure they use white American cheese.
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  • oliviaswarden 7 years ago
    Yum is understatement!! Love it but not on the hips!! LOL
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  • maureenlaw 7 years ago
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