Sink Your Teeth Into This Basic Fried Salami Sandwich and You Will Forget All Your Troubles
Turn your kitchen into the best sandwich shop on the block by making your very own deli-style sandwiches using specialty meats and tasty cheeses. Forget that PB and J and sink your teeth into one of these masterpieces.
Old School Salami Sandwich
Feeling a little peckish? Then sink your
teeth into this basic fried salami sandwich and you will forget all your troubles. This is a simple salami sandwich recipe from the days when your grandpa was a kid. For this mouth-watering delight you will need:
- Rye Bread
- Salami- The good stuff, not from Walmart.
- Hot Mustard
- Black Olives
The first thing you will want to do is butter up that rye bread and set it aside. Take thin slices of salami and fry them up on the stove. When they are nice and hot, grab them from the pan and layer them on the rye bread, over the butter. Next, stack a couple of slice of provolone cheese on top of the salami and wipe the drool from your chin. You then add a couple of thinly sliced tomatoes on top of the cheese and then spread a generous amount of mayo and hot mustard on top. Now add some sliced black olives and the other slice of bread and you have yourself a sandwich that could divide families, even countries.
Pepperoni Pizza Panini
Some of the best sandwiches are created out of necessity, throwing together random ingredients based on what you have available. The pepperoni pizza panini is one of those recipes.
There are always a few ingredients you never seem to run out of like bread, red sauce, cheese and salami. Let’s face it, every kitchen in America has a jar of pizza sauce, marinara sauce or spaghetti sauce on hand. Gather up your ingredients and we’ll tell you what to do next.
Lightly butter each slice of bread, the type of bread you use doesn't really matter, but ciabatta is a good choice. Sprinkle a little garlic on the bread and place them in a pan on the stove. After one side is grilled, turn the slices over and spread pizza sauce or whatever red sauce you have available on each slice and add cheese. Again, the type of cheese you use doesn't matter, but mozzarella does work well.
Now place pepperoni slices on one of the bread halves and place the two pieces of bread together. Flip once and make sure both sides of the sandwich are golden brown.
Cut that baby in half and you have yourself a sandwich that would get you a fist bump from Guy Fieri and probably a reference to “flavor town” as well.
We're going to stop here to let these recipes sink in, check back soon for more great sandwich ideas.