Open-faced Italian Bread Sandwiches

I got this from HTH newsletter.

Open-faced Italian Bread Sandwiches 

*Ingredients:                                                                       
1 loaf Italian bread sliced lengthwise                                    
1 lb. deli ham, shaved (or any other meat you choose)
1/2 lb. Provolone or other cheese, sliced 
Mayonnaise
Dried Basil

Directions: 
Spread mayo on the sliced bread and sprinkle with basil.
Lay ham evenly on the bread. Place single layer of cheese slices on top of the ham.

Place sandwiches on a cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for approximately 10-15 minutes or until cheese begins to melt. Then broil for a few minutes (keeping a close eye on the sandwiches!) until the cheese begins to bubble & turn brown.

Remove from oven and cut into slices – a big pizza cutter works great for this.

*The variations of the recipe are endless. My grandson likes straight ham & cheese, so I usually make half of one of the slices this way. For the rest of us, I have included:
~ Sliced tomato
~ Sliced sweet onion
~ Sliced green pepper
~ Black olives

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2 responses to “Open-faced Italian Bread Sandwiches

  1. Sue

    Wow, what a surprise to find my recipe on your site – thanks! As I mentioned in the HTH newsletter this is my very own creation – one of the very few that gets a five-star rating from my family. 🙂

    We really do enjoy it & hope others will as well!

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