A classic Italian sandwich makes a satisfying lunch every time. Our Italian sandwich recipes feature starring ingredients like beef, steak, meatballs, and veggies for an unforgettable meal.See Popular Italian Sandwich Recipes
Try this quick and tasty sandwich served in hollowed out French bread halves.
These mouthwatering grilled mozzarella cheese sandwiches have a crispy bread-crumb coating. Served with tomato sauce, they're simply irresistible.
This recipe does wonders for the familiar meaty hero sandwich just by pressing and grilling it. Warmed up, the deli ingredients just taste better. Of course, starting with the best-quality mortadellia, prosciutto, and provolone (look for versions imported from Italy) will also improve the quality of the sandwich. Use a thick, hearty baguette or Italian loaf to hold the generous fillings and don't skip the peperoncini and peppery arugula, which cut the richness of the meats and cheese.
Choose smaller 1/2-ounce meatballs when making these sandwiches to make them bite-size. This 30-minute meal is a hearty dinner treat.
This panini is a great way to bring a little Italian flavor to your meal.
Stack this low-fat sandwich on focaccia (foh-KAH-chee-ah), an Italian flat-style bread. Save time by making the bread from a pizza-crust mix.
It takes just 15 minutes to have this everyday easy sandwich ready. The shortcut secret: a package of frozen cooked meatballs.
Dried tomatoes and fresh herbs create a flavorful topper for this turkey sandwich.
Looks like a football, but is an amazing hot stuffed sandwich.
Olive salad--piled onto ciabatta with layers of Italian meats and cheeses--distinguishes this sandwich from an ordinary sub.
For a quick and easy weeknight dinner, try this open-face beef sandwich recipe. Everyone will love the mix of flavors offered and it's ready in 10 minutes.
Keep the fixings on hand for this hearty sandwich, and you'll be ready the next time you need a family-pleasing dinner in a hurry.
Get baking success every time with recipes like the following, from Fleischmann's Yeast.
Why say sandwich when you can say panini? The Italian term is so much more enticing, with the promise of unexpected delights--even though it simply means roll or biscuit in Italian!
A specialty of Philadelphia, stromboli is a calzone-like sandwich baked in its own bread. Although fillings may vary, the turkey, ham, mozzarella, and sweet peppers in this one are a good place to start. Another time, fill the Stromboli with just about anything you happen to have on hand.