Italian Pressed Sandwich – From the Test Kitchen


Recipe: http://www.marthastewart.com/1118955/italian-pressed-sandwich?socsrc=soc_yt_Food_edf_tkr_TKR0098__

Looking for the secret to a refreshing meal without turning on the oven or stove top? The answer is combining fresh ingredients with a few good-quality store-bought items like those found in this Italian pressed sandwich.

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19 comments

  1. I make this when we go on a picnic. However I make my own Italian bread bc that’s how we like it. This is also great for company when we have a game night. I’ve never used the capers but I know I’d like it. Great recipe, easy and hearty. Thanks so much.:o)

  2. Lovely video as always. BTW, provolone is pronounced as 4 syllables in Italian [pro-vo-low-neh] :). I would love to try these with just veggies and vegan mayo! Yum!

  3. What does a sourdough bread taste like? Does it actually taste sour or is it just to describe the yeastiness? I never really had any good experience with those type of hard, crusty bread except french baguette

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