|Serving suggestion time: cheese crackers had my vote but it's hard not to eye that packed sub.|
- Albertson's French Bread
- Salami (try and find good quality salami because it goes a long way in the taste dept.)
- Provolone Cheese
- Mezzetta Banana Wax Peppers (found in a jar)
- Sliced Black Olives
- Italian Dressing
If you have an Albertson's grocery story nearby, then I suggest that you use their French bread. For some reason, it's rare to find good French bread in a chain grocery store and not have to go to a speciality bread shop but Albertson's is that one exception.
|Just look at them, they are just begging to go on a sandwich.|
Another important step in the Italian sub making task, is after you put all your ingredients together on the sub to your liking; pop it in the toaster oven for about 2 to 3 minutes for that nice and toasty effect.
There you have it, great French bread with a little Italian dressing, spicy but not too spicy banana peppers, quality salami, with black olives for taste is all you need to do a quality Italian sub at home. I don't know you feel about them but Italian subs just have a certain taste associated with them that keeps me coming back to them. I hope I've shown you that you don't need to go out and order one to enjoy this always satisfying sub.