When you heard about Italian hoagie meats recipe, what’s the first thing in your mind? Saying no and thinking to have it better from chain restaurants? Well, you can be both right and wrong. But if you are talking about experimenting with making hoagies, then you have come to the right place.
Cooking something new is a fun thing, especially if you are cooking a meal in your favorite list. Now that we’re here, let’s learn about truly Italian hoagie recipe. So what do you need to make totally Italian hoagie meats?
- Two pieces of 12” long rolls
- ¼ lbs Sliced boiled ham
- ¼ lbs Sliced Genoa salami
- ¼ lbs Sliced provolone cheese
- ¼ lbs Sliced capicola
- 2 cups iceberg lettuce, shredded
- White onion and tomato, both thinly sliced, each ingredient one
- 4 tbsp red wine vinegar
- 2 tbsp olive oil/canola oil
- Hot/sweet sauce, if desired
- Have a bread knife and slice the roll horizontally. Make sure not to slice it through all the way
- Open the rolls then put sliced ham, Genoa salami, provolone cheese, and capicola on the rolls. For each ingredient, you can have around 4 slices.
- Top it with the rest of the ingredients: lettuce, onion, tomato slice, seasoning (pepper, salt, oregano (if you like)), oil, and red wine vinegar.
- Continue by slicing the hoagie into several parts. Oftentimes, people will slice it into four slices and directly serve it—just like that.
Ever wondering that something (or more things) is missing from this hoagie classic recipe? When purchasing your hoagie from any local fast food chain restaurants, you may find that it’s way more than what we are saying in this recipe. There you got mustard, mayonnaise, bacon, pickles, and not to forget, sliced avocado.
Well, apparently Italians aren’t these ingredients avid fan. So, in terms of making a classic, truly Italian hoagie, you should not add those things into your rolls. Doesn’t it feel healthier by leaving out some ingredients?
But still, if you’re craving for some restaurant-like settings, you may have some soft drinks to accompany you while enjoying the hoagie. Add some hot sauce if you want an extra kicking taste that makes you sweat. After all, eating isn’t just for ensuring our tummy is full—you’ll also need that satisfaction that grows well if those taste buds are satisfied as well.
So, what do you think? Are you ready to make a hoagie using this classic Italian hoagie meats recipe?