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Savory Mortadella, Garlic, and Caper Puff-Pastry Waffle

Daniel Gritzer 13 comments

Kind of like garlic bread on steroids, this quick and easy puff-pastry waffle snack is layered with paper-thin slices of mortadella along with a garlicky sauce flavored with parsley, capers, and olive oil. More

Savory Mortadella, Garlic, and Caper Puff-Pastry Waffle

Serious Eats Daniel Gritzer Post a comment

Kind of like garlic bread on steroids, this quick and easy puff-pastry waffle snack is layered with paper-thin slices of mortadella along with a garlicky sauce flavored with parsley, capers, and olive oil. More

A Sandwich a Day: Griddled Mortadella at Lardo in Portland, OR

Jamie Feldmar 1 comment

If you've ever enjoyed the simple pleasure of fried baloney, you'll love this slightly more grown-up version at Lardo in Portland. More

Grilling: Italian Party Panini

Grilling Joshua Bousel 4 comments

Impressive in size, scope, and taste, this overstuffed Italian party panini was seriously one of the greatest things to come off my grill recently. Layers of mortadella, Genoa salami, provolone, and hot capicola are topped with marinated veggies, pepperoncinis, roasted red peppers, and lettuce, then put over a medium-low fire and topped with bricks to compress it down into a warm panini. (Right?!?) More

A Sandwich a Day: Grilled Mortadella and Cheese at Bar Do Mané in Sao Paulo, Brazil

A Sandwich a Day Devra Ferst 7 comments

When it comes to meat, Brazil is known for steak on a stick served at churrasqueiras, their signature steakhouses. But one of the best bites of meat in the all of Sao Paulo, at least for me, was actually pork. Situated in the midst of the city's bustling Mercado Municipal, the simple lunch counter Bar Do Mane, serves up epic-sized sandwiches of grilled mortadella and cheese to long lines of paulistanos (locals). More

A Sandwich a Day: Griddled Mortadella at Lardo in Portland, OR

A Sandwich a Day Adam Lindsley 4 comments

Anyone with an aversion to salt should probably stay away from this sandwich (and the Lardo cart in general). Gencarelli doesn't shortchange you with subpar bread, either. This is the good stuff: light, airy ciabatta rolls. If you have even a passing interest in sandwiches with piping hot salumi and melted cheese, you'd be remiss to ignore Lardo's take. More

Cook the Book: Salame ala Diavolo

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 3 comments

Salame ala Diavolo is Maialino chef Nick Anderer's contribution to The Big New York Sandwich Book. You're not going to find it on Maialino's lunch menu, but it's the kind of sandwich you could assume that he and his kitchen crew munch on—a play on an Italian sub assembled from salumi scraps and focaccia ends that haven't made it to the bread basket, with a pepper-olive relish that ties it all together. More

Daily Slice: Mortadella Pizza at Great Lake, Chicago

Slice Daniel Zemans 9 comments

I'm not one to make grand pronouncements and declare any pizza the best in America, but if anyone wants to call this mortadella pie the best this country has to offer, there's no way I'm going to tell them they're wrong. More

Classic Muffaletta Sandwich

Serious Eats Blake Royer 8 comments

I like to think of the muffaletta as a distant relative of the Italian sub. They both layer on the various meats and cheese—ham, capicola, salami, mortadella, provolone—and rely on something piquant and lively to stand up to all that meat, whether that's hot peppers in an Italian or the famed olive spread of the muffaletta. More

A Sandwich A Day: Mortadella at Parisi Bakery

New York Carey Jones 6 comments

In this great city of ours, one could eat a different sandwich every day of the year—so that's what we'll do. Here's A Sandwich a Day, our daily look at sandwiches around New York. Got a sandwich we should check... More

Dinner Tonight: Autostrada Sandwich

Serious Eats Blake Royer 3 comments

The Italians know how to do fast food. If ever you find yourself cruising down an Italian autostrada or stuck in an airport, rather than settling for a sub-par hamburger, chances are you can find a deli-style counter where you... More

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