Unnamed Sandwich

My mom made this sandwich up in the early 90s, back when I was a wee tot. She doesn’t make it that much, but it is one of the tastiest sandwiches of all time! It is melty and meaty and well balanced by spinach and garlic, the best two foods I know. Mom had no name for this sandwich, hence, unnamed sandwich! If you know a name for this sandwich, or want to suggest a name, please tell me!

1/2 stick butter, softened
A loaf of bread
1/4 lb ham
1/4 lb pepperoni
1/4 lb provolone
10 oz bag frozen spinach, thawed and drained
1 pint ricotta
1 clove garlic, pressed
Garlic powder
Olive oil

First step: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees (Fahrenheit, ya know!), now cut that loaf of bread in half lengthwise. Spread butter on both sides of the bread and sprinkle with garlic powder. Spread the pressed garlic on the bottom half of the bread and spread ricotta on over the pressed garlic, cover with spinach, layer on ham, pepperoni and provolone. It is important to have cheese on either side so that the fillings don’t slip out when your eating this sandwich. Now place top half of bread back in place and coat bread lightly with olive oil. Wrap with foil and bake for 20 minutes, or until cheese melts and the sandwich is warm through. The outside is crunchy and the inside is soft and melty! Yum!

I love sandwiches! I know everyone loves them, but I am one of everyone: the sandwich loving masses! Now masses: Name this Sandwich!

4 thoughts on “Unnamed Sandwich

  1. This cannot be the sandwich for Evan, being that almost everytime my mom makes it, she makes it for me.

    But I like Ricotta Sonata. I might add this to my cookbook.


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