Party Panache, Club Sub Spirals

This giant baked submarine sandwich has lots of possibilities,

layered with tasty deli meats and cheese,

it can be sliced into appetizer servings

or cut into larger pieces for a meal

And anything goes!

you can use up what you have in your refrigerator

Leftover ham, turkey, deli meat, bacon,

cheddar cheese, swiss cheese,

onions, peppers, jalapenos,

let your imagination run wild!

We arrived at the beach house last week to a totally empty refrigerator

{we had to throw absolutely everything away after Hurricane Sally shut the power off for 5 days}

I didn’t have anything but what I brought with me,

ham, salami, cheddar slices and bacon

and my favorite condiment, Maple Bacon Aioli

Roll out the dough* on a piece of parchment paper

Spread it with whatever condiment you like,

Maple Bacon Aioli, mayonnaise, mustard, or salad dressing

*I used Pillsbury French Bread dough in a can,

but you could use puff pastry, crescent roll dough or sheet,

or pizza crust dough, just adjust baking time

Layer the meats and cheese, and whatever else you want,

evenly on top of the dough

Now, here’s where the parchment paper comes in handy,

use it to help you roll the dough into a log,

tucking the filling in as you roll

and repairing tears if necessary

Refrigerate dough roll for 1 hour or more

to help it keep it’s shape before baking

Bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes or until golden

Cut into slices and serve

We noshed on this while watching our 2 favorite teams

battle on the football field

And some of us enjoyed a dip in the pool

With push-up pops for dessert

Club Sub Spirals

freshly baked french bread stuffed with deli meat and cheese, perfect for snacks or a meal
Cook Time 30 mins
Course Appetizer, Main Course, Snack
Cuisine American, Italian

Ingredients
  

  • 1 can refrigerated Pillsbury French bread dough
  • Sliced deli ham
  • Salami slices
  • 8 slices bacon cooked
  • 1 onion diced
  • Cheddar cheese
  • Maple Bacon Aioli mayonnaise, mustard or salad dressing

Instructions
 

  • Unroll dough into a large rectangle on a sheet of parchment paper. Roll out if necessary to smooth and even out dough. Spread with Maple Bacon Aioli or condiment of choice.
  • Lay ham slices evenly on dough, top with salami, cheese, and bacon pieces.
  • From the long side, begin to roll dough into a log, tucking in filling as you roll. {the parchment paper can aid in rolling} Place roll seam side down on parchment on baking sheet.
  • Refrigerate dough roll for at least 1 hour before baking
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until golden. Let cool slightly and then cut into slices to serve.

Notes

Optional ingredients:
Manchego, Fontina or Swiss cheese
Parmesan cheese
Chopped peppers
Caramelized onions
Sliced jalapenos
Alfredo sauceย 
Garlic seasoning
Keyword appetizer, Christmas party food, club sandwich, deli meat, hoagie, sandwich roll, submarine sandwich, tailgate food

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Comments
24 Responses to “Party Panache, Club Sub Spirals”
  1. “Toes in the blue chair” – best picture! Yum to sandwich spirals!

  2. Little spirals are always fun at a party!

  3. Rita C. says:

    That’s great. Pillsbury makes so many options in a can, and I love every one I’ve tried. I’ll have to try the French bread like this sometime.
    I thought at first AL wasn’t playing because of Saban being +, but Mr P told me otherwise. Looks like you guys always know how to have fun football weekends!

    • I do love Pillsbury canned dough, so handy for whipping up tasty bites! I don’t think anything could stop Bama from playing their biggest game of the season, but poor Saban, I know it was making him crazy not to be there!

  4. Those sandwich spirals look delish. They look easy to eat too! Great for parties! Have a wonderful week, Jenna!

  5. Sounds like perfect football food:@)

  6. lulu says:

    You seem never to run out of tasty and easy to fix food ideas.

  7. This is really a terrific idea — I’ve never thought of doing something like that. Very clever and it looks delicious.

  8. pattyanneart says:

    Yum! Looks so good! ๐Ÿ˜‹
    Going to have to make this soon. Thanks, Jenna!

  9. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Jenna, this looks yummy! My kids would love it! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Jenna, the club sub spirals look so delicious, perfect for watching the Tide roll. Those adorable grands looked like they were having the best time!

  11. Nancy says:

    Jenna, you always give me so many new ideas! I love this and will be making this over the Holidays!
    And your littles are having fun in the sun!
    Happy Thursday!

  12. Cyndi Raines says:

    WOW, a what great idea! Pinning! YUM!

  13. Kitty says:

    I hope that you’re feeling better, Jenna! Your sandwich looks wonderful, and those smiling kids are the cutest!!

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