Total TimePrep: 25 min. + chilling
I really enjoyed these alot! I made them for a New Years Eve treat. The left overs held in the refrigerator great, I had them for lunch a few days. I did cheat a little and I used a balsamic vinaigrette salad dressing instead of the balsamic vinegar and also left out the redwine vinegar and oil. It turned out yummy. Thank you for this recipe. I wish you could post pics on this site, they looked great too.
The type/size of bread is not mentioned in the ingredients or instructions. It says it makes 3 dozen but I am not sure what type/size loaf of bread to use?
I love this recipe! I have been making it for a few years now and always get many compliments! The only change I made is that I don't add the Mozzarella. I think the provolone cheese is enough.
I've made a similar recipe out of a large round of bread. I love the idea of smaller bites!! I also place a heavy pan or dishes on top of them to "press" the sandwiches. Thanks so much for posting!
I have made this many times, excellent make-ahead item for parties. Sometimes I add a little mayo and mustard to the top layer only for flavor. They're always a hit!
What would there be 'not' to like about these?? This recipe is definately going in my 'recipe box'!!Kitzer ~ >^..^< ~ meow
Like the idea of this make ahead muffuletta.Will make it for Easter snacks.
I found that making the Muffuletta with real cheeses and the meats it was too expensive. But I thought of a few ideas and I find that corned beef sliced thick makes a great substitute along with thinly sliced mozzarella cheese... I would DEFINATELY make this again whenever I have unexpected guests over. It's a great recipe that everyone loves!
these look delish!!! i havn't made them yet!!! next time a shower comes up at our church these will be perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!!!