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


I had never eaten artichoke hearts before, and I was nervous to try them, but this was a great recipe to finally try artichokes and now I love them. The best part is that these sandwiches are quick, easy and didn't involve cooking which makes it a great hot weather meal. We did toast our bread though which helps them not get too soggy.


We totally loved this! The only thing I changed is I let the onions and the cut peppers marinate with the other veggies. Red onions tend to be on the strong side and I recently had another recipe that had marinated red onions and I knew it would work well. This would be easy to take on a picnic (bring hand wipes!) along with a whole grain baguette. It helped with our craving for a sub/hoagie/grinder! :)


This hoagie is so delicous! It was so easy to make and everybody in my family was so surpised how delicous it was. They begged me to make it again. If you want to eat healthy this is one of the best things to make.


We made these for my vegetarian 7 year old who is very hard to please. They were even a hit with the rest of the meat eaters in the family. We added avocado to go along with it and it was heavenly!


My family took these on a road trip and they were absolutely delicious! Easy to make and just as easy to put together


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