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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.



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

19 Reviews for Italian Vegetable Hoagies

02/15/2013

Easy to make, healthful, and completely satisfying. Perfect sandwich recipe!

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01/10/2012
Anonymous
I'm in love

Made this ahead of time for lunches this week. Chopped up the tomato mixture and put it in a container. Kept my lettuce and onion separate and assembled sandwiches at the office! Toasted the bread today and it's AMAZING! So happy...taking a break from eating to write this review!

easy, lots of veggies, so delicious
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12/14/2011
Mouth watering vegetable combination!

When I made this recipe for myself, My families eyes followed me to the table. All I have to say is it's a good thing I made plenty for everyone!

Quick, Flavorful, Easy to make.
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08/26/2011
Most flavorful veggie sandwich yet

This was by far the best vegetarian sandwich I've ever eaten. My fiancé absolutely loved it, and he's a big meat eater. However, I did make a few little changes. I toasted the bread with the cheese on top, and I also used banana peppers instead of pepperoncini peppers. I think they gave it that extra kick without being too over powering. And finally I added black olives. umm ummm delicious. We will definitely be making this again.

tons of flavor, quick, easy, cheap
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07/14/2011
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
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