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Chicken Parmesan Sandwich
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Crispy fried chicken cutlets, marinara sauce, tons of basil and melted provolone make this italian sandwich a classic.Continue to 2 of 15 below.
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Click [HERE] to view the recipe for this Muffuletta Sandwich.
If you've ever visited New Orleans, you're sure to have tried an authentic muffuletta. And if you haven't been in NOLA, that doesn't have to stop you from having one of the best sandwiches in the country. Stacked high and pressed flat, this sesame seed bun sandwich features layers upon layers of beautiful mortadella, ham, salami, provolone and fresh mozzarella. The famous olive spread is full of briny goodness and... makes this sandwich even more flavorful.Continue to 3 of 15 below.
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Mini Italian Meatball Sliders
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These little Italian meatball sliders are perfect for parties... especially the SUPER BOWL! Just add spicy whole grain mustard to toasted mini rolls then top with cheesy meatballs, roasted red and yellow peppers, and some capers. I used pre-made ingredients but if you made the meatballs and roasted the red peppers yourself, these little sandwiches could be even more impressive!Continue to 4 of 15 below.
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Roasted Chicken Caprese Sandwich with Truffle Mustard
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A classic caprese sandwich is typically loaded with a bunch of fresh mozzarella, a few tomato slices, and torn basil which are then lathered with a olive oil and balsamic vinegar, salt and pepper. And although this sandwich isn't all that bad to begin with, we created a healthier version by hallowing out a whole grain baguette and adding rotisserie chicken for protein. We replaced olive oil with... flavorful truffle mustard and white balsamic glaze. And instead of the traditional fat slabs of whole milk mozzarella, we swap out tiny pearls of the fresh cheese to cut down on fat. Arugula gives the sandwich a nice peppery bite and adds a bunch of vitamins such as A, K, and C as well as folate and calcium. The tomatoes are not only a great form of antioxidants but are also packed with lycopene which helps prevent cancer. Not too shabby, huh?Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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Porchetta Sandwich with Salsa Verde
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Aromatic shaved porchetta,tart salsa verde, sweet cherry tomatoes and crunchy airy bread make this popularsandwich super flavorful and delicious.Continue to 6 of 15 below.
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Salami, Cheese, and Basil Sandwich
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Calabrese Salami is a little bit spicy, perfectly salty, and absolutely delicious. It comes from the Southern tip of Italy and is packed with paprika and an assortment of peppers. The gruyere and swiss cheese, while both both nutty and rich, become almost caramel-like when paired with the cured meat. If you can't find gruyere, you can totally just use swiss cheese - but the gruyere adds a nice sweetness The basil... adds a note of earthiness and freshness and helps to keep the sandwich from not being too much.Continue to 7 of 15 below.
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Italian Ciabatta Sandwich Recipe
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Everyone loves an Italian sub, but they're always so monstrous and sometimes intimidating when you just want something not so gigantic. This version calls for a ciabatta roll, which is much smaller than a hoagie, but can still hold up to this ingredient-packed sandwich. Layers of roasted rosemary ham and salami are piled high with roasted red peppers, roasted yellow peppers, basil, arugula, olive oil, and white balsamic glaze.Continue to 8 of 15 below.
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Roasted Pork, Broccoli Rabe + Provolone Hoagie
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09 of 15
Meatball Smash Grilled Cheese
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Spaghetti and meatballs is a classic dish, no doubt. Pretty much everyone loves it but have you ever thought about making it into a grilled cheese sandwich?! Probably not... I know, it's kind of weird but after some experimentation, I discovered that turning this dish into a sandwich is totally awesome. It's crispy, garlicy, cheesy, and rich – basically everything that is good in the world. This recipe calls for... pre-made ingredients (or leftovers if you will) but you could totally make this from scratch and I'm sure it would be even better!Continue to 10 of 15 below.
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Grilled Portobello Burger with Fresh Mozzarella + Tapenade
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You won't miss the actualmeat part of this grilled portobello burger because it's loaded with healthy benefits and packed full of flavor. Made with garlicky grilled portobello mushroomcaps, a sweet and savory roasted red pepper tapenade, fresh mozzarella cheese, crisp baby spinach, and sweet balsamic glaze and stacked between two halves of a toasted brioche bun, this sandwich is no joke.Continue to 11 of 15 below.
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Chicken Provencal Wrap with Spinach, Goat Cheese + Peppadews
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I was recently gifted provencal mustard over Christmas and I was amazed at how flavorful it was. Made with a base of dijon and blended with roasted red peppers, garlic, and herbs, this mustard packs a ton of flavor with little to no calories. Smear some of this flavorful spread on a warm whole wheat wrap and top with fresh nutrient packed spinach, bright and lively pesto, rich and tangy... crumbled goat cheese, sweet and spicy peppadews and protein packed rotisserie chicken.
To make this recipe, I used leftover pulled rotisserie chicken but you could totally use a another protein such as grilled steak, seared shrimp, or baked fish. And if you don't eat meat, you could totally just add a roasted portobello mushroom or some pan fried tofu.Continue to 12 of 15 below.
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Grilled Cheese with Truffled Taleggio and Squash Blossoms
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Image this: Beautiful squash blossoms drizzled with honey and topped with candied pumpkin seeds layered between a toasted pretzel bun full of fluffy fresh ricotta, melted sharp cheddar, and truffled taleggio cheese. This grilled cheese sounds pretty amazing right? Yeah!Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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White Pizza Grilled Cheese with Bacon + Spinach
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Sure, we all know that pizzais pretty much every humans favorite food ever... but what happens when you combine that italian deliciousness with an american classic? A super insane white pizza grilled cheese - that's what!
Crispy bacon, fruity stinky taleggio cheese, light and airy ricotta, fresh spinach and fragrant basil get grilled between two olive oil and red pepper flake infused slices of... focaccia. This crispy creamy sandwich is truly something that will change the way you think about pizza and grilled cheese forever. Swap out ingredients to make it your own - but don't back out on the taleggio - it makes the sandwich irresistible!Continue to 14 of 15 below.
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Caprese Grilled Cheese with Tomato, Mozzarella, and Basil
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Caprese is a very popular Italian dish made with fresh sliced tomato, creamy mozzarella, basil, olive oil and balsamic vinegar. And it just so happens that caprese is even more delicious when it's grilled between two light and airy pieces of ciabatta bread.
Something to remember while you're making this sandwich: My version of this recipe calls for fresh mozzarella because I personally... believe that it tastes better, however fresh mozzarella isn't that great of a melting cheese. If you'd like this sandwich to have more of a melt factor, then I recommend using a low-moisture shredded mozzarella, aka the stuff you see in the processed cheese section of the grocery store. And although the taste isn't as good as the fresh stuff, processed mozzarella does melt about 100 times better. So use your discretion when following this recipeContinue to 15 of 15 below.
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Smashed Meatball + Asiago Grilled Cheese
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You've probably had about 10 meatball subs in your life but have you ever tried a meatball grilled cheese? Image this: Creamy asiago, that's blended with rosemary and olive oil, clings to savory meatballs between to crispy buttery slices of bread. Add a side of marinara and get ready to dip the night away. Sounds pretty good, right? Right.