ITALIAN HOAGIE DIP — Your favorite Italian sub sandwich fixings, chopped and served dip-style with crusty baguette slices.
With summer right around the corner, you’re going to need a great dish to take to all those backyard barbecues and summer holiday celebrations. And this Italian Hoagie Dip is sure to be a hit anywhere you go!
My husband and boys loved it! A lot! Even my pickiest eater couldn’t get enough.
This was amazing, it turned out even better then I imagined. Everyone who had it went crazy for it and I even heard a “this is the best appetizer I have ever had”. Thanks so much for sharing we will be enjoying this over and over for many years! ~ Amy
I also served it to company and they loved it too! I predict that everywhere I take this delicious dip, people will be asking for the recipe. Basically, you take all the ingredients from your favorite Italian sub, dice them up, and serve them dip-style on baguette slices.
Trust me. It works! Although when I explained this to my oldest (smart-aleck) son, he said “Or, you could just not chop everything up, and put the slices of meat and cheese between to pieces of bread.”
Turns out, he loved it more than anyone! If you prefer, you could also serve this with chips or crackers, but I like to stick with some sort of bread, in keeping with the whole sandwich theme.
I made this, for football game party. This is incredible. It’s a keeper. ~ Katie
You can make this a day ahead, as long as you wait until just before serving to add the lettuce. We love the hot banana peppers, but you can leave those out if you prefer.
Diced tomatoes are another nice addition, but a lot of people (especially kids) don’t like them, so I usually leave them out, or serve them on the side.
However and wherever you decide to serve this, it sure to be a hit! I’ve already got it on my Memorial Day menu!
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT ITALIAN HOAGIE DIP
Loved it! Easy to eat, and fresh and delicious! I also enjoy the prep for this. Thank you. ~ Teresa
This is my second review as I have a batch sitting in the fridge for our Super Bowl get together. I first reviewed two years ago – and this is the most requested dip from my neighbors. We also play cards every weekend with them and have dinner together. My neighbor will often say “Hey – why don’t you just make that hoagie dip for game night?” ~ Robin
This is a great dip…made for Thanksgiving and didn’t last very long. ~ Shane
I made this for the Super Bowl and at first, people were skeptical until they tried it, and then it got destroyed! Everyone there does low carb and keto, so we served with tortilla chips made from low carb wraps. Good thing I made two batches so that everyone also got to take some home (happily). It was the hit of the party! ~Robin
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Here’s what you’ll need to make Italian Hoagie Dip
- Genoa salami
- Deli ham
- Provolone cheese
- Produce: red onion, lettuce
- Banana peppers
- Italian seasoning
Italian Hoagie Dip
Your favorite Italian sub sandwich fixings, chopped and served dip-style with crusty baguette slices.
- 1/4 pound pepperoni, diced small
- 1/4 pound deli Genoa salami, diced small
- 1/4 pound deli ham, diced small
- 8 slices Provolone cheese, diced small
- 1/2 cup diced red onion
- 1/2 cup hot banana peppers, finely chopped (optional)
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning
- 3-4 cups finely chopped iceberg or Romaine lettuce
- In a large bowl, combine the chopped meats and cheese, onion and banana peppers. Add the mayonnaise and Italian seasoning and stir to combine.
- Just before serving, stir in the chopped lettuce. Serve with baguette slices or crackers.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 374Total Fat: 30gSaturated Fat: 11gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 18gCholesterol: 56mgSodium: 1024mgCarbohydrates: 9gFiber: 3gSugar: 4gProtein: 18g
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Who Dished It Up First: Adapted from It Is a Keeper
Sounds so nice. Thank you
Italian hoagies are not made with Mayo. I found it best to add Olive oil and some spicy Hoagie Spread. Mayo ruins the flavor.
Agreed. I thought the same thing. What did you use that works?
Haha. You must have never had a hoagie dip!!
My Italian hoagie always has Mayo! Yum!
This is a great dip… Made for Thanksgiving and didn’t last very long.
Sounds like a wonderful recipe for the beautiful weather to come to enjoy with a picnic.
Looks like a very tasty and delicious sandwich !! It is so easy to prepare and consumes less time as well. Thanks Danelle for sharing this lovely recipe 🙂
this was amazing, it turned out even better then I imagined. Everyone who had it went crazy for it and I even heard a “this is the best appetizer I have ever had”. Thanks so much for sharing we will be enjoying this over and over for many years! Served with toasted French bread.
Thank Amy! I think when you tell people about it, they think it sounds weird, and they try it and everyone LOVES it! So glad to hear it was a hit for you too! 🙂
Could you add olives too?
Could you add olives
This looks great! Have you ever tried it with Italian dressing instead of mayonaise?
No, but I think it would work fine.
I made this, for football game party. This is incredible, it s a keeper
This is so colorful and it looks really pretty. I can’t wait to try it. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Is it possible to substitute something for the mayo? Greek yogurt or something… Thanks
I think that would work fine.
This is a great dip a friend brought some and I love it . .
Can this be made the night before a party?
You could chop everything up the night before, but I wouldn’t mix it up until you’re going to serve it or the dressing will make the lettuce soggy.
Great recipe. Made a few substitutions with the lunch meat. Got creative since we don’t eat pork. I substituted Turkey products. Turkey Salami, peppered Turkey and Turkey ham. It was Awesome!
How thick should the meats and cheese be sliced?
I used pre-sliced deli meats, like for sandwiches, so they were sliced quite thin.
Anyone know or try to come up with the macros for a serving? I made this yesterday and love it. We are Keto and track macros. 🙂
I made this for our New Year’s party and everyone loved it!! I omitted the lettuce just because I didn’t have time to shred. No one noticed and several people asked for the recipe.
I made this for Superbowl and at first, people were skeptical until they tried it, and then it got destroyed! Everyone there does low carb and keto, so we served with tortilla chips made from low carb wraps. Good thing I made two batches so that everyone also got to take some home (happily). It was the hot of the party! I used pickled pepper rings (not hot) and used pre shredded lettuce for tacos. This will be my go to for potlucks and other parties!
That’s what happens when I make it…..people think, “this seems weird,” and then no one can stop eating it! So glad it went over well!
Danelle, it looks perfect and tasty! Can’t wait to have this anytime of the day, love it!
Could you tell me where the sugar count comes from. It says 6gm. I know that onions have sugar. Is there some other item?
Dukes mayo has no sugar.
I would guess most of it is from the mayo. It seems like almost all packaged/processed foods have sugar, even when it doesn’t seem like they should.
Excellent recipe. I made it 3 times last week. For the Italian seasoning I used one package of Good Seasons dry mix. Thank you for the recipe!
Can you tell me approximately the size of 1 serving?
Loved it! Easy to eat, and fresh and delicious! I also enjoy the prep for this. Thank you.
This is my second review as I have a batch sitting in the fridge for our next door neighbor Superbowl get together. I first reviewed two years ago – and this is the most requested dip from my neighbors. We also play cards every weekend with them and have dinner together. My neighbor will often say “hey – why don’t you just make that hoagie dip for game night?”
I knew I had to bring it over for today’s game (and I have to double the recipe so I can leave some leftovers with them).
I just leave out the lettuce now, we don’t feel it really needs it – and we load it up with the mild pepper rings, which I intentionally let juices drip in too – for extra flavor. If it wasn’t for his picky wife, I’d throw in some black olives too! LOL
I love the dip recipe it’s addictive and delicious but it’s messy snd hard to eat on sliced sliced baguettes. it’s hard to scoop it it’s hard to keep it on the bread and then if you take a bite everything falls off
I need ideas for other vessels into my mouth
I guess I could always try scoops chips
seems like a good combo
But i loved it
This is one of my favorite dips! It’s good as a dip or add more lettuce and eat as a salad. If you’re not sure…try it, you won’t be disappointed.! BTW this is the first comment I’ve left on a recipe….that should say something!
Made this yesterday and it is so GOOD!! Great with extra lettuce as a salad. Wonderful as a weekend prep all week long lunch option.
This was delicious!! For anyone hating on the Mayo- seriously just try it. The combination of the Mayo with the juices from the banana peppers is perfection. Serve this with sliced baguette bread or chips!
I always double the batch for work and NEVER have left overs. Thanks for this simple delicious recipe!! It’s our fav!
Can leftovers (cooking for two) be froze?
No, this will not freeze well. I’d just half the recipe.
Great dip. Added pickles because what’s a hoagie without pickles!