New Orleans Muffuletta Sandwich Recipe

Olive Salad: Combine all ingredients and mix well. Place in tightly covered container in refrigerator and marinate for at least 12 hours before using. SANDWICH: Split your loaf lenghtwise then spread with olive salad. Place …

Servings: 4
Total Time: 12 hrs 30 mins
Category: Lunch/Snacks
Calories: 735 per serving

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Place the top half of the bread over the olive mixture, and press down to let the bread absorb the olive salad juices. Using a bread knife, slice …

Rating: 4.9/5(15)
Total Time: 10 mins
Category: Lunch
Calories: 689 per serving
1. Slice the round bread in half and open both sides on a flat surface.
2. Brush both inner sides of the bread with oil from the Olive Salad or extra virgin olive oil, go a little heavier on the bottom.
3. Begin layering thre ham, salami, and mortadella on the bottom half of the bread. Top with cheeses.
4. Next, add the olive salad from the center out and spread it, leaving about a half-inch around the edge. Place the top half of the bread over the olive mixture, and press down to let the bread absorb the olive salad juices.

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These gigantic sandwiches were invented a century ago at Sicilian Deli here in New Orleans. The spicy, tangy olive salad is what really …

Ratings: 212
Calories: 987 per serving
Category: Heroes, Hoagies And Subs
1. To Make Olive Salad: In a medium bowl, combine the green olives, kalamata olives, garlic, cauliflower, capers, celery, carrot, pepperoncini, cocktail onions, celery seed, oregano, basil, black pepper, vinegar, olive oil and canola oil. Mix together and transfer mixture into a glass jar (or other nonreactive container). If needed, pour in more oil to cover. Cover jar or container and refrigerate at least overnight.
2. To Make Sandwiches: Cut loaves of bread in half horizontally; hollow out some of the excess bread to make room for filling. Spread each piece of bread with equal amounts olive salad, including oil. Layer 'bottom half' of each loaf with 1/2 of the salami, ham, mortadella, mozzarella and Provolone. Replace 'top half' on each loaf and cut sandwich into quarters.
3. Serve immediately, or wrap tightly and refrigerate for a few hours; this will allow for the flavors to mingle and the olive salad to soak into the bread.

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Step 3 – Press the Sandwich. Wrap the entire loaf in plastic wrap and then top the wrapped sandwich with a heavy item like a cast iron pan so the ingredients meld well, and soak up the juices. This also makes the sandwich easier to cut and keeps the olive spread from spilling over the sides.

Rating: 5/5(1)
Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins

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Combine olives, giardiniera, peppers, parsley, capers, and garlic in the bowl of a food processor. Pulse to chop until no pieces larger than 1/2-inch remain. Transfer to a bowl. Add olive oil and vinegar and stir to combine. For best results, let olive salad rest overnight before continuing to step 2.

Rating: 5/5(1)
Total Time: 20 mins
Category: Mains, Sandwiches, Sandwich
Calories: 1543 per serving

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The muffuletta is the quintessential New Orleans sandwich of cured meats, cheese and tangy olive salad piled onto a sturdy Italian loaf. Emeril Lagasse's delicious muffuletta is …

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Assembling the Muffuletta: Split the bread in half and brush each cut side with the remaining garlic oil. Heat a medium-sized skillet over medium heat, and toast the bread directly in the pan until crisp and golden brown, about 1-2 minutes per side. Place the bottom part of the bread, cut side up, on a cutting board.

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New Orleans is one of the greatest food destinations in the world, and the muffuletta sandwich is one of the most quintessential foods in New Orleans. Although many imitations exist, there’s nothing better in my book than …

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Originally created in New Orleans, the word muffuletta derives from an old Sicilian word “muffa”, which describes a large, round, dense bread that is stuffed with assorted meats and cheeses. The muffuletta also contains the delectable Gambino’s Italian olive salad, without which the ideal sandwich is not complete.

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In a medium bowl, combine celery, giardiniera, parsley, olives, olive oil, black pepper, and garlic. Set aside. Remove a 1" layer of soft center of bread from both halves to make room for the filling. On bottom half of bread, spread half of the olive mixture; top with the ham, cheese, salami, and remaining olive mixture.

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To assemble sandwich, using a serrated knife split loaf of bread horizontally and hollow out the inside of the top half, leaving a 3/4-inch-thick shell. Stir together olive oil and garlic. Using a pastry brush, brush the bottom half of the bread with olive oil mixture.

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The muffuletta sandwich was created in 1906 by Salvatore Lupo in New Orleans, Louisiana. Fast it became famous New Orleans sandwich. A traditional muffaletta sandwich recipe consists of olive salad and layers of Italian cold cuts and cheeses. However, as much as I love original muffaletta sandwich, I found olive salad to be somewhat too much.

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Note: The muffuletta is an Italian sandwich created in New Orleans in early 1900's. Consists of a round loaf of bread about 10 inches across filled with Italian salami, olive salad, cheese, Italian ham and sometimes other ingredients like mortadella and minced garlic.

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Slice bread in half lengthwise. Drizzle olive oil on both sides. Sprinkle both sides with Parmesan cheese, basil, and oregano. Advertisement. Step 2. On the bottom half, layer chopped black olives and chopped green olives, then the salami, ham, provolone, and mozzarella. Cover with top layer, and cut into 4 servings.

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Instructions. Split the bread in half. Layer in this order on the bottom half of the bread: cheese, ham, pepperoni, and salami. Spoon ½ to 1 cup olive salad, evenly, on top of salami. Replace the top with bread. Wrap in aluminum foil and press tightly together and let sit 30 minutes to an hour.

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A muffaletta is a famous italian sandwich invented in New Orleans with cured meats (ham and salami), provolone cheese, olive dressing and great bread. The olive dressing sports chopped green and black olives with onions and olive oil and spices, and the bread is a round sesame-seed roll big enough for sharing.

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The origins of the Muffuletta sandwich trace to Sicilian immigration to New Orleans at the turn of the 20th century, and the iconic Central Grocery. Traditionally, muffuletta is served on a soft sesame-seeded Italian round that is not overly thick. This exact style of bread can be difficult to find outside of New Orleans.

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