How to make no-bread Italian subs (video)

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Italian subs were my go-to sandwich when I was in high school. After a rough volleyball practice, I would ravage one these in an instant. Often my teammates would make comments about how quickly I could put one of those things away. In the recipe below, we keep all greatness of an Italian sub without any of the carbs. So I can still eat them the way I did back then.
We use ham to hold everything together. It's the perfect vessel to wrap everything in tight. Loaded with provolone, salami and pepperoni, this recipe also adds pepperoncini and olive spread for that extra Italian flavor. It's hard to say no to this sandwich with or without the bread.
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no-bread Italian sub
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10 minutes
10 minutes
4 slices ham
3 tablespoons olive spread
4 slices salami
6 slices pepperoni
2 slices provolone cheese
¼ cup sliced pepperoncini
1 cup roughly chopped romaine lettuce
½ cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
2 teaspoons red wine vinegar
Salt and pepper to taste
Lay 2 slices of ham on top of one another, overlapping only halfway.
Spread half of the olive spread in the center.
Layer 2 slices of salami, 3 slices pepperoni, 1 slice provolone, pepperoncini and ½ cup lettuce.
In a bowl, mix together mayonnaise, Italian seasoning, red wine vinegar and salt and pepper to taste.
Drizzle 1 to 2 tablespoons of sauce on top of the lettuce.
Roll the whole thing up, with the ham on the outside holding everything together.
Repeat with the remaining ingredients.
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