Warm grilled Muffoletta

Warm grilled Muffoletta

2 reviews, 5 star(s). 100% would make again

Ready in 20 minutes

This N'Awlins favorite of tourists and residents alike, takes on the chill of winter when pressed on a hot griddle. Melted sweet provolone and mozzarella, salty meats and a spicy olive salad. Mmmmmm!

Italian Olive Salad can be purchased online here. http://www.cajungrocer.com/boscoli-italian-olive-salad-mix-3-p-1725.html

A recipe for Italian Olive Salad can be found here. http://www.bigoven.com/115539-New-Orleans-Olive-Salad-recipe.html

Griddle and bacon iron or a Panini press can be used to heat sandwich


1 large round Italian bread; seeded with sesame
1 cup Olive Salad with oil
0.25 lb Mortadella; Sliced
0.25 lb Genoa Salami; Sliced
0.25 lb Capicola; Sliced
0.25 lb Mozzarella; Sliced
0.25 lb Provolone; Sliced
1 Spray grease; PAM brand is fine
2 Bacon irons or clean bricks
1 Wooden cutting board
1 Panini press in place of irons and board

Original recipe makes 4



Split bread in half horizontally

Drizzle oil from Olive Salad on each half

Spread olive salad on each half

Layer meats evenly on one half of bread

Top layered meats with cheeses, layered evenly

Cover layers with remaining half of prepared bread

Heat greased griddle to medium. A panini press can be used in place of griddle.

Place sandwich on heated griddle, place cutting board atop bread. Weight with bacon irons or clean bricks.

Grill until sandwich heats through, and cheese is melted, but before bread browns.

Remove sandwich from griddle and slice into four equal sections.

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Warm Muffoletta

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This looks great, and Im going to make it. We have a place called Hog Wild we go with a true cajun cook there and he makes this. I absolutely love it, and didn't know how to make it. Ill make it and let you know real soon. Thanks for posting
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