Top Rated Hoagie Recipes

They don't call this a Porkopolis for nothing. Packed with pork loin, forest ham, and sausage, this signature sandwich served at Paul Brown Stadium has fans cheering for more than just their Cinncinati Bengals. 
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Hoagie Salad
“I grew up in eastern Pennsylvania, where hoagies are known as “subs” and homemade rolls from Philadelphia are trucked to local sandwich shops on the regular. These days, I know the best part of the hoagie is the inside: spicy Italian cold cuts, cool-crisp iceberg lettuce with just enough olive oil to make it slinky and vinegar to give it teeth. This recipe relies on Applegate Farms cold cuts and requires nothing more of you than a lot of chopping. It’s as close as you can get to running out for a sub on a Saturday afternoon.” — Melissa Joulwan, author of Well Fed Weeknights.For more recipes from Melissa Joulwan, click here.This recipe is reprinted with permission from Well Fed Weeknights: Complete Paleo Meals in 45 Minutes or Less by Melissa Joulwan, copyright © 2016. Distributed by Greenleaf Book Group. To buy a copy of the book, click here.
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Hoagie Dip
Transform the ultimate Italian-inspired sandwich into a rich, salty dip, perfect for all your tailgating feasts.This recipe is courtesy of Food Network.
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Barbecue Shrimp Po'Boy
Funny thing about New Orleans' famed barbecue shrimp — it doesn't fit any definition of barbecue. There's no smoke, no open flame, and no tangy red sauce. Nope, barbecue shrimp is a dish that is usually sautéed or baked in butter and served with French bread for sopping. Here's my take — first I render lardons of bacon to use the fat with butter to add a smokiness to the sauté. Next I'm using that same loaf of French bread to turn it into another New Orleans standard — a po'boy. But I'm not done turning a Big Easy vittle on its head. To top my sandwich I took the old Cajun braised vegetable side dish Maque Choux and turned it into a relish. Finally, a garnish of bacon bits adds crunch and still more smoky goodness. Click here to see Mardi Gras: The Feast Before the Fast.
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Spicy meets savory in this delicious grilled sandwich.
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Pizza Philly Cheese Steak
Any Philadelphian will tell you: a cheese steak is a work of science and art. There are rules (no Swiss cheese, eat it “wit wiz,” etc.) but when it comes to pizza-fying a cheese steak, all rules go out the window. Check out more delicious pizza-fied recipes here! For more classic pizza recipes, click here. 
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Southern Fried Chicken BLT
Coated in buttermilk and fried until crisp, Southern-style fried chicken is the perfect partner in crime for bacon. A tangy spread of Dijon mustard-inflected mayonnaise keeps the richness of each bite in check and complements the flavors in the sandwich nicely. Click here to see Reinventing the BLT — 9 Ways. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Bratwurst
What Super Bowl party would be complete without the Midwest classic combination of bratwurst and coleslaw? This dish may be inspired by Milwaukee and Pittsburgh, but its easy execution will make it a favorite across the country.This recipe is courtesy of Adam Richman.
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This recipe is perfect for tailgating — start the vegetable mixture at home and grill the sausages at the game. Click here to see  10 Top Tailgating Recipes
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