Triple Meat Sub Sandwich with Creamy Sriracha Sauce

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While ordering take-out for the family is easy, nothing beats a homemade meal that everyone can enjoy. Filled with meat like bologna, ham and salami, this triple meat sub sandwich will keep you and your family or other guests full and satisfied. The creamy Sriracha sauce, cheese and veg complete this hearty, classic sub sandwich.

Triple meat sub sandwich with sriracha sauce on wooden cutting board and deli paper.

What is a Sub Sandwich?

It is short for submarine sandwich because it is shaped like a submarine. It consists of a long loaf of bread and is filled with various meats, cheeses, vegetables, and condiments.

Submarine Sandwich History

Triple meat sub sandwich with sriracha sauce, open and cut in half.

The origin theory of this sandwich comes out of New London, Connecticut which is actually across the Thames river from a submarine base for the US Navy (in Groton). It was theorized to be introduced by Benedetto Capaldo.

At first, it was called a ‘grinder’ because of the chewy Italian bread, but the name ‘sub’ replaced it around World War II. It is loved today for its size, portability, and simple deliciousness.

Tips & Tweaks

Triple meat sub sandwich with sriracha sauce, cut in half.

If this sandwich recipe is for kids, and they cannot handle spice or strong flavors, that is not a problem. One of the best things about sandwiches is the ease of tweaking the ingredients for those picky eaters. It can be easily fixed by taking out certain ingredients for them, or swapping them for ones they love (like adding regular mayo or mustard instead of spicy mayo).

Triple meat sub sandwich with sriracha sauce on wooden cutting board.

If you wish to add more or less dressing or substitute certain ingredients, I recommend a honey-mustard because it isn’t spicy and the touch of sweetness and tang complements the sandwich well. As for other mayo substitutes, you can get more creative:

  • To have the same creaminess and density, you can mash some avocado for a vegan option.
  • For the same tartness, go with Greek yogurt.
  • If you want it to be oil-based, add pesto sauce or Italian dressing.
Triple meat sub sandwich with sriracha sauce, open and cut in half.

If you are feeding a crowd, make a party platter of subs. Make multiple sandwiches and then cut them each into 3” portions.

Now that you know how to make a triple meat sub sandwich, was it everything you were hoping for? Let us know in the comments and please share the recipe!

Triple meat sub sandwich with sriracha sauce on wooden cutting board and deli paper.

Triple Meat Sub Sandwich

Joss D
Filled with meat like bologna, ham and salami, this triple meat sub sandwich is hearty and satisfying. The creamy sriracha sauce adds a spicy kick that you will love!
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Prep Time 10 mins
Total Time 10 mins
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Servings 2
Calories 695 kcal

Ingredients
 
 

For the Creamy Sriracha Sauce:

  • ½ cup mayonnaise
  • 1 ½ tbsp. sriracha sauce

For the Sub Sandwich:

  • 1 submarine bun (12") - or French baguette
  • 4 slices Swiss cheese
  • 4 slices deli ham
  • 8 slices salami
  • 4 slices Bologna
  • 1 cup shredded lettuce
  • 1 medium tomato - thinly sliced
  • Red onion - thinly sliced

Instructions
 

  • In a small bowl, mix the mayonnaise with the Sriracha sauce.
    ½ cup mayonnaise, 1 ½ tbsp. sriracha sauce
  • Slice the bread loaf in half.
    1 submarine bun (12")
  • Layer the bottom half of the bread with the cheese, ham, salami, bologna, lettuce, tomatoes, and red onions.
    4 slices Swiss cheese, 4 slices deli ham, 8 slices salami, 4 slices Bologna, 1 cup shredded lettuce, 1 medium tomato
  • Drizzle with some creamy sriracha sauce, or desired condiments. Top with remaining bread half. Cut in half to make 2 sandwiches. Serve!

Notes

The remaining sriracha sauce can be refrigerated in a squeeze bottle or air-tight container.

Nutrition

Calories: 695kcalCarbohydrates: 27gProtein: 42gFat: 46gSaturated Fat: 19gPolyunsaturated Fat: 3gMonounsaturated Fat: 19gCholesterol: 128mgSodium: 2235mgPotassium: 725mgFiber: 2gSugar: 8gVitamin A: 1023IUVitamin C: 11mgCalcium: 346mgIron: 7mg

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