Need to feed a crowd in a hurry? Offer submarines! Hot or cold and piled high with garden-fresh lettuce, tomatoes, and other tasty toppings, our submarine sandwiches are always sure to please.
To make this sandwich, fill hollowed bread with meat and cheese, then grill until hot.
Sandwich lovers swear by this towering combination of roast beef, ham, Genoa salami, dill pickle, and Swiss cheese. Make it for friends on game night.
Sweet pepper strips and Italian sausage get heaped on a bun for a hearty sandwich. Add mozzarella cheese if you like.
Also called a hoagie or sub, these popular sandwiches can be sliced for entertaining and easily toted to a tailgate or picnic in the park.
You might want to make extra of the marinara mix so each meatball sub can be as saucy as you like. It freezes beautifully, too!
This sandwich has a lively tart cherry relish instead of a traditional olive relish found in muffuletta sandwiches.
Use a single type of meat or pile on an assortment in this meal-size sandwich. Ranch-flavored sour cream dip adds a little extra zip.
When you're in the mood for a sandwich, this pineapple and meatball hoagie recipe makes the perfect sweet and savory blend. Purchase cooked meatballs and you can have lunch or dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes.
These miniature sandwiches are great party fare. Serve them for a kids' birthday party or when you invite the gang over to watch a football game on TV.
Some like it hot! For an adventurous alternative to a backyard burger, try this hot and hefty sandwich. Choose hot sausage, or, to please the whole crowd, grill mild or sweet sausage too.