Italian Vegetable Hoagies

July/August 2009

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This delightfully easy, and somewhat messy, sandwich packs a punch with sweet balsamic vinegar, artichoke hearts, red onion, provolone cheese and zesty pepperoncini. We love it for dinner as well as lunch. If you're packing the hoagies to take along, keep the ingredients separate and assemble right before eating to avoid soggy bread. Serve with tomato and cucumber salad.

"Good recipe. I used red wine vinegar instead of basalmic and used a little feta cheese as well. Definitely a keeper. "
Italian Vegetable Hoagies

20 Reviews for Italian Vegetable Hoagies

great sandwich!

This is a good sandwich, perfect for summertime when you don't feel like cooking. I added black olives and some turkey italian sausage for my hubby's while keeping mine veggie. It definitely helps to remove some of the bread so the filling will stay in the bread, and most definitely put the cheese on the bottom so the bread doesn't get moist from the filling. This would also work well in a pita, and I think I'll try the mixture with a little more dressing in some pasta. YUM!

quick, easy, filling
Awesome Hoagie

This sandwich is AWESOME!!! I recommend buying the narrow, or smaller whole wheat buns for this sandwich, otherwise you'll get a whole lot of bread. Tempeh marinated in soy sauce and fried in olive oil makes a delicious vegetarian filling. Particularly good for those working out and in need of some extra protein!

Quick, tasty, can be modified to suit
Excellent sandwich!

This is a very easy, very tasty sandwich to make that is quite filling. I used banana peppers instead of Pepperoncini, and also used red bell peppers instead of tomatos...delicious!

Flavor, easy to make, filling

Good recipe. I used red wine vinegar instead of basalmic and used a little feta cheese as well. Definitely a keeper.


This is fabulous!! I can see why everyone is raving & excited, we LOVED this sandwich. I grilled the onion along with slices of zucchini & squash from the garden. Just spritzed them with olive oil & laid on the grill. I used fresh garden roma tomatoes (can you tell my garden is in?). Absolutely loved this recipe. Thanks EW.


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