Sunday, July 1, 2018
New Orleans Picnic Sandwich for the Cooler
I've had this recipe forever. Like, it's still the yellowed column I tore out of the newspaper something like 20 years ago. But it's a great sandwich that feeds six people easily, and it's even better for marinating in the cooler for a few hours.
Muffuletta-Style Picnic Loak
One 16-inch loaf French bread
2 c thinly sliced zucchini or yellow summer squash
Italian salad dressing
8 oz sliced salami, cut into strips
6 oz sliced provolone or mozzarella cheese
3 T sliced pitted ripe olives
1/2 alfalfa sprouts
2 med tomatoes, thinly sliced
Slice bread in half horizontally. Hollow out bottom half and give what you dig out to the birds and squirrels. Brush both halves with Italian salad dressing. Put zucchini/squash in a bowl and toss with 1/3 c Italian salad dressing and let sit. Place salami strips on bottom half of bread. Top with cheese, zucchini/squash, olives, sprouts and tomatoes. Drizzle with Italian salad dressing and top with other half of loaf. Wrap in plastic wrap and chill in cooler. Slice to serve.
Let me know what you all think!
Posted by Jeffe Kennedy at 7:36:00 PM
Labels: Jeffe Kennedy, Muffuletta, New Orleans, picnic recipe
Jeffe Kennedy is a multi-award-winning and best-selling author of romantic fantasy. She is the current President of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) and is a member of Novelists, Inc. (NINC). She is best known for her RITA® Award-winning novel, The Pages of the Mind, the recent trilogy, The Forgotten Empires, and the wildly popular, Dark Wizard. Jeffe lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She is represented by Sarah Younger of Nancy Yost Literary Agency.
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Oooh, that sounds yummy! I especially like the idea of hollowing out the bread, to avoid carbs I don't need and also because so many sandwiches get overtaken with the bread. Gonna have to try this. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Very true! This gives you the nice crispy crust and structure, without all the thick breadinessDelete
Yum, that sounds good! The salad but in sandwich form!ReplyDelete