This quick recipe for a hot and hearty submarine sandwich is easy to prepare. Use your choice of cheeses and be creative with additional ingredients such as bell peppers, onions, or tomatoes.

JAYEAST
prep:
5 mins
cook:
5 mins
total:
10 mins
Servings:
1
Max Servings:
1
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Heat a large skillet over medium heat. Spread 1 tablespoon of the butter or margarine onto the cut sides of the submarine sandwich roll. Place the roll buttered surfaces down into the heated skillet. Cook until lightly toasted. Remove the roll from the skillet, and place the cheese onto one of the toasted surfaces. Set aside.

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  • Melt the remaining butter in the hot skillet. Add garlic and pepperoni; cook and stir until soft. Stir in the beaten eggs; cook and stir with the pepperoni until firm and scrambled. Spread the egg mixture over the cheese on the roll, and top with the other half of the roll to serve.

Nutrition Facts

1033.57 calories; 42.5 g protein; 70.52 g carbohydrates; 64.26 g fat; 670.91 mg cholesterol; 1948.95 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Sarah Jo
06/26/2008
I combined this recipe with another one. I had some leftover garlic spread from the Garlic Bread Fanastique that I wanted to use up. I spread that on some wheat bread and cooked it in the oven to brown the bread. I also had some excess pepperoni from a really great sale at Grocery Outlet that I wanted to use. I subbed a mozzerella/provolone blend for the American cheese called for. I only used two eggs and omitted the salt and garlic as the bread had enough. I also added Frank's Hot Sauce as I like my food to jump in my mouth. Really good sandwich for a mom who not only needed something quick but also wanted to use ingredients on hand. Nommy!
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Most helpful critical review

WannaBeChef
11/04/2009
I used garlic and herb sub buns. I did toast them in the pan before frying the pepperoni and eggs. I used medium cheddar cheese instead of American. I thought this sandwich was all right but felt it was missing something..
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FOODGU1
02/06/2007
I love pepperoni and eggs but never thought to combine the two. This was great! I just placed the filling in tortillas instead of the sub roll.
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Sarah Jo
06/26/2008
I combined this recipe with another one. I had some leftover garlic spread from the Garlic Bread Fanastique that I wanted to use up. I spread that on some wheat bread and cooked it in the oven to brown the bread. I also had some excess pepperoni from a really great sale at Grocery Outlet that I wanted to use. I subbed a mozzerella/provolone blend for the American cheese called for. I only used two eggs and omitted the salt and garlic as the bread had enough. I also added Frank's Hot Sauce as I like my food to jump in my mouth. Really good sandwich for a mom who not only needed something quick but also wanted to use ingredients on hand. Nommy!
(11)
Caroline C
08/24/2006
Absolutely delicious. I made this for a ravenous just-home-from-work Husband and he wolfed one down in no time. It would be great with bacon too. Thanks!
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Joe Bognanni
01/08/2009
many sub shops serve this it is great also as a breakfast just on a plate is great also try regular salami chunked up in place of the pepperoni i have done this both ways for about 45yrs
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rfalciani
01/08/2009
This is a very good recipe though not great but different. It is great to experiment with especially the type of cheese you use and would work good with fried red peppers. Will make again just with minor changes.
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GINGERLY88
10/13/2011
Yes it's bad for you but it's a good alternative to when you're out of bacon or just want something different. If you want a bacon-y taste..crisp up the pepperoni in toaster oven or pan..
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AMMSEJS
01/22/2010
Absolutely delicious! I had a package of big round pepperoni slices so I used them whole on a toasted hamburger bun instead of a roll. I fried 2 slices of pepperoni and sprinkled garlic powder on them ( just a little) instead of the clove while they were frying. I will deffinately be having this again!
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WannaBeChef
11/04/2009
I used garlic and herb sub buns. I did toast them in the pan before frying the pepperoni and eggs. I used medium cheddar cheese instead of American. I thought this sandwich was all right but felt it was missing something..
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Jenni E.
01/08/2009
Yummy!!! I will be making this often. I love pepperoni and garlic and to mix with eggs so tasty. I didn't have sub buns so I put between bread and grilled it like a grilled cheese. Again Yummy!!!
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