Mini Italian Subs

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Easy to make, these Mini Italian Subs are a quick and portable lunch option! Mini Ciabatta rolls stuffed with Salty Salami, Olive Tapenade, Provolone Cheese and veggies.

Easy to make, these Mini Italian Subs are a quick and portable lunch option! Mini Ciabatta rolls stuffed with Salty Salami, Olive Tapenade, Provolone Cheese and veggies.    

Let’s talk about lunch shall we?

Are you a planner when it comes to lunch? Or do you run to the local fast food place and grab a burger in the middle of rush hour?

Easy to make, these Mini Italian Subs are a quick and portable lunch option! Mini Ciabatta rolls stuffed with Salty Salami, Olive Tapenade, Provolone Cheese and veggies.

I am a planner through and through which means that our meals are planned out every Sunday night for the whole week. I get up every morning and make Nick and Stella their breakfast and then I pack Nick’s lunch for work.

Easy to make, these Mini Italian Subs are a quick and portable lunch option! Mini Ciabatta rolls stuffed with Salty Salami, Olive Tapenade, Provolone Cheese and veggies.

Every once in a while I will forget to grill up chicken the night before or we eat all the leftovers and that is usually when I turn to our cold cuts drawer in the fridge for lunch inspiration. Nick gets pretty bored with sandwiches so I am always coming up with new combinations. The Mini Italian Subs were a huge hit!

Easy to make, these Mini Italian Subs are a quick and portable lunch option! Mini Ciabatta rolls stuffed with Salty Salami, Olive Tapenade, Provolone Cheese and veggies.

I found these adorable little Mini Ciabatta rolls and Creminelli Finocchio Salami at Whole Foods. Have you ever been to Whole Foods? If not, you are missing out! It is a healthy haven full of organic and natural foods. I could spend hours there. Is that weird? I just REALLY love food. Moral of the story…You need to take a trip to Whole Foods!

Easy to make, these Mini Italian Subs are a quick and portable lunch option! Mini Ciabatta rolls stuffed with Salty Salami, Olive Tapenade, Provolone Cheese and veggies.

These Mini Italian Subs take lunch to the next level. I used thin sliced provolone cheese, olive tapenade, lettuce, tomato, and Creminelli Finocchio Salami. ←← This salami is amazing. It gives these sandwiches the perfect salty bite. I found myself just rolling it up with cheese for a snack. So good!

What do you LOVE to pack for lunch?

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For more recipe ideas head over to Creminelli. You can find many of their fine meats at your local Whole Foods!


Mini Italian Subs
 
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Serves: 8 Mini Sandwiches
Ingredients
  • 8 Mini Ciabatta Rolls
  • 8 Tablespoons Olive Tapenade
  • 4 Provolone Cheese Slices, cut in half
  • ¼ Lb. Creminelli Finocchio Salami
  • Green Leaf Lettuce
  • Tomato, sliced
  • Red Wine Vinegar and Olive Oil for drizzling
Instructions
  1. To assemble the sandwiches: spread 1 tablespoon on each half of the ciabatta roll. Layer the provolone cheese slices, Creminelli Finocchio Salami, green leaf lettuce, and tomato. Drizzle with red wine vinegar and olive oil. Serve!

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