Sandwiches are a great recipe idea for lunch or even for dinner, with all sorts of toppings from meats and poultry, fruits, vegetables and condiments to try. This "Sausage and Peppers Hero," recipe is a hearty sandwich sure to please the meat lovers in your family. There are so many great sandwiches out there, different combinations that combine so many different and great flavours into one, easy to eat meal. The Sandwich was named as such after John Montagu, who was the Earl of Sandwich in the 18th century. He apparently would order nothing but sandwiches to eat, with some corned beef in between two pieces of bread, so that he could eat while playing cards and not have to use a fork or knife, and not have to get his cards all greasy. Then, people just started ordering the same as him, and eventually, the creation was named after him! And then became a quick and portable meal for traveling. The sandwich became popular in North America in the 20th century as a staple of the American diet.
This sausage and peppers hero sandwich recipe is a delicious Italian classic great for any barbecue party or even just for a lunch or dinner meal. Some of the ingredients you will need for this recipe include sausages (sweet or hot), Cubanelle peppers, garlic, peperoncino flakes, olive oil and some nice and fresh Italian hero bread. To start this recipe you will want to wash the peppers, remove any stems and seeds and slice them and saute in the olive oil with the other ingredients. You can grill the sausage to your liking and assemble the hero sandwich, it's that easy! Then of course, you assemble the sandwich to your liking and enjoy the combination of great flavours! To get the full recipe details you will want to take a look at the site.
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