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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Italian Subs by Beth

6 sub buns, split horizontally
12 slices provolone cheese
red onion, thinly sliced
tomato, sliced (I used Roma because they are
       smaller and fit better on the buns)
6 slice salami, cut in half
18 slices deli ham
1 T. olive oil
2 t. apple cider vinegar
2 1/2 t. dried basil
1/8 t. pepper
Open the buns and on the bottom bun layer one slice of cheese (cut in half to fit), onion, tomato, 1 slice of salami (cut in half to fit), 3 slices of ham, and another slice of cheese (cut in half to fit).  Combine remaining ingredients and drizzle over top layer of cheese.  Cover with top bun and place 3 subs in gallon size freezer bag (you will need 2 bags).  Freeze.
Serving Day:
Thaw subs in fridge.  Place subs on cookie sheet, removing top bun.  Broil for 3-5 min. or until cheese is melted (this may take longer as the entire sub is cold).  Replace top bun and return to oven just until top bun gets lightly toasted.  **This meal can probably be cooked from frozen, I'm just not sure how long to tell you to bake it.  If you decide to do it this way, please comment with instructions**


  1. Wrap the subs in foil that you've first sprayed with PAM, so nothing sticks to it. Bake from frozen for probably 45 minutes.

  2. These were delicious! I wrapped them in foil and baked about 40 minutes on 350 degrees.

  3. Super easy to bake and full of flavor.

  4. We liked these! They did get a little soggy. I cooked them from frozen wrapped in foil. Maybe that was why??