Thursday, March 28, 2013

Lucas Mussers Muffuletta

Lucas Mussers' Muffuletta

This recipe was given to me by my friend Lucas Musser. Lucas is a professional chef trained at the oldest cooking school in the world, the venerable Cordon Bleu of France

Allow me to introduce to you a sandwich a strange name and a great taste, the muffuletta. I learned how to make this great tasting treat while in chef school. It is a Sicilian sandwich to which Signor Lupo Salvatore claims to have been the inventor of in 1906 New Orleans. My recipe is slightly different than the one offered online by the descendant of Signor Lupo Salvatore. So without further delay here ya go.

Muffuletta 1/2 ring

2 green olives chopped

2 black olives chopped

1 teaspoon parsley chopped

1 clove garlic chopped

1 teaspoon of capers

1 teaspoon oregano

1/2 teaspoon black pepper

1 anchovy mashed

1/4 cup of oil, olive oil is good here

1 teaspoon pimento chopped

5 ounces hard salami

5 ounces of ham

5 ounces of provolone cheese

Combine everything except the salami, ham, and provolone and make it into a spread, really mix it up good. Next cut the 1/2 ring loaf in half horizontally and take out a little bit of the bread inside. Now let’s make a brush the spread you've made on one side of the loaf about 1/3 its really up to you. Then layer in salami, ham, and cheese on top of the meat. To finish just spread some more spread on top of the layers then on the other half of the loaf, close up your sandwich and cut into pieces and you’re done. Enjoy I really like the taste of this one.

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