Paleo Party Sub – Build Your Own!
With this fun party sub, you can make several sandwiches in one! Make it half spicy Italian and half turky/bacon/avocado. Or even, half chicken salad and half loaded veggies. Maybe you prefer a fully loaded meatball sub with a few slices of mozzerella? See where we're going here! So many possibilites to feed a crew and enjoy a variety of deliciousness! . This PARTY SUB uses our PALEO SANDWHICH BREAD recipe, baked in a standard bundt pan - how cool right and so easy to make! You could even bake up a couple of them & double the fun!!
- 1 whole1 whole 1 wholePaleo Sandwich Bread (click for recipe)
- .50 cup.50 cup .50 cupMayonnaise, or spread of choice
Note, these instructions are written assuming the standard serving size, since you have modified the number of servings, these steps may need to be modified for best results
- Prepare a bundt pan by coating with avocado oil & lightly dusting with cassava flour
- Preheat oven to 400° & make hamburger bun recipe as directed up to step #4
- Spoon batter in bundt pan, smooth out evenly, cover with plastic & let rise in a warm spot for approx. 15-25 minutes or until it has risen about an inch.
- Place in a preheated oven, reduce temperature to 385° & bake for 25-30 minutes or until top is golden brown & toothpick inserted comes out clean.
- Remove from oven & invert onto cooling rack - cool completely before slicing horizontally for the party sub.
- Instead of mayo, we combined "cream cheese" & our new arugula chimichurri as the spread for both bottom & top halves of the loaf.
- Layer on some spicy arugula & sprinkled with fine sea salt
- For a TURKEY/BACON/AVOCADO side: add bacon, turkey, slices of avocado, tomatoes & marinated onions
- For a SPICY ITALIAN side: layer ham, sliced salami, sliced capicola, pepperoncini, sliced tomatoes, more marinated onions
- Serve FAMILY STYLE
- The possibilities are endless!!! Have fun with it and ENJOY!!!
TIP 1: You'll need approximately 16oz of meats/toppings for the sub, but really will be about your personal preference. If you're going to make a very "wet" sub, like a meatball variation, I'd suggest toasting the sub under the broiler before assembling. This will provide a less soggy sub experience for your guests. Tip 2: To give the sub a nice shiny finish, once it comes out of the oven and it's cooling on the rack, brush with a little melted honey! You can also then sprinkle some sesame seeds on top since it will be bit sticky.
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About This RecipeCoconut Free Gluten Free Grain Free Nut Free Paleo Pescetarian Shellfish Free Snacks Vegetarian
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