- sweet/honey ham
- capicola ham*
- tomato, sliced thin
- banana peppers
- spinach or other lettuce
- dried oregano
- olive oil
- mayo & mustard
Use the largest coldcut (probably the honey ham) for the outside layer.
Overlap that coldcut about 1.5 inches, making 2 rows of 4 like this:
(Cutting edge illustration, ya?)
Make sure it’s overlapping, then layer your other meats on top.
Squeeze on the mustard and mayo, but only on one half. This will be the half that is going to be the inside or middle of your roll.
Layer your thinly sliced tomato, the banana peppers and spinach (and any other toppings you choose) over the mayo/mustard.
Other adds that would be yum – olives, red wine vinegar, cucumbers, onions
Roll from the filling side first as tight as you can.
Wrap in parchment or wax paper, like a burrito, and off you go.
*Capicola ham is similar to proscuitto, however capicola is meat from the shoulder of the piggy and proscuitto is meat from the thigh. Boar’s Head sells it as “cappy ham” and it’s usually located around the salami and mortadella.