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Baked Italian Subs

Six 6- to-8-inch hero (hoagie) rolls, split
1/2 cup Italian dressing
1/2 pound sliced deli salami
1/2 pound sliced deli turkey
1/2 pound sliced deli ham
1/2 pound sliced deli provolone cheese
1 large tomato, thinly sliced
1/2 medium onion, thinly sliced

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Brush the cut sides of
the rolls with the Italian dressing. Layer the bottom
halves with the salami, turkey, ham, cheese, tomato, and
onion and replace the tops. Place each on a piece of
aluminum foil and wrap tightly. Bake for 12 to 15 minutes,
or until the cheese is melted. Carefully remove the aluminum
foil and serve.

Yield: 6 Sandwiches


FREEZING? Yep, fresh is better of course but any kind of
bread can be frozen, as bread or as sandwiches.
Many people like to make lots of sandwiches and
freeze them individually. Salad vegetables such
as lettuce, tomato, and cucumber do not freeze
well. Suitable fillings to freeze include:

* egg (grate or chop finely and mix with a little mayonnaise
or yoghurt) - this is an excellent filling to freeze as the
sandwich will defrost by lunchtime and you won't have the
smell of an egg sandwich until it defrosts.

* lean ham, beef, chicken or turkey all freeze well and you
can happily add mustard or pickles.

* cheese freezes well - add sliced celery, chutney or pickles,
if desired.

* cream cheese (or light cream cheese) can also be frozen. Add
chopped walnuts or almonds, dried apricots or other dried fruits,
plus finely sliced ginger, if desired.

* Even peanut butter can be frozen.
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