Deli Meat Ranch Melt Sandwich is no ordinary sandwich. Its hearty, gooey and smothered in ranch dressing… because everything should be dripping in ranch dressing. Sandwich heaven.
DELI MEAT RANCH MELT SANDWICH
I love sandwiches. Once I realized a sandwich didn’t have to be a boring slice of cold meat between two pieces of white bread, the world opened up to me! Just think of all the combinations you can make by just changing the deli meat, or mixing up what bread you use.
Then there are the sauces, oh, THE SAUCES!!! Really a drippy sauce can just take a sandwich to the next level.
I could easily have sandwiches every night for dinner and keep the 30th one as exciting as number one. Another great sandwich is my muffuletta.
Plus, sandwiches are quick and easy to make, which is good for busy families or those with little patience.
RANCH MELT SANDWICH
Change up the bread, the cheese, and the sauce BUT, one thing you can’t scrimp on is good-quality meat.
Based on the increased popularity of Italian-inspired sandwiches, Oscar Mayer brand has created an Old World Style of pepperoni and salami, for those seeking flavorful and convenient meats on the go and at home.
Sandwich-ready slices included in this line are
- Classic Salami
- Cracked Black Pepper Salami
- Classic Pepperoni
- Turkey Pepperoni
I love a steaming hot sandwich with gooey cheese oozing out. This one is no exception.
I use this little trick to add some more texture and flavor to this sandwich. Sautéed the pepperoni until it was crisp then layered it on the sub roll along with turkey and salami. You can serve this cold or hot. I prefer it hot. You’ll simply wrap your sandwich in foil and heat it in a 350° oven until the meat is hot and the cheese is melted. It’ll take 8 to 10 minutes, but it varies depending on how thick your sandwich is.
After it’s warm, spoon on homemade or store-bought Ranch Dressing, as well as, lettuce and tomato if you prefer. Sometimes, I add the green and sometimes I don’t. It’s great either way.
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Deli Meat Ranch Melt Sandwich
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For 2 sandwiches
- 2 sub rolls
- 12 slices ham
- 12 slices salami I used peppered salami
- 12 slices pepperoni I used turkey pepperoni
- 6 slices provolone cheese
- 3 tablespoon ranch dressing
- optional - lettuce tomato, onion
- For one sandwich I used 6 slices each of ham, salami, and pepperoni with 3 slices of provolone cheese. I used 1 and 1/2 tablespoon ranch dressing per sandwich.
- Cook pepperoni until crisp 30 to 45 seconds per side.
- Layer ham, salami, pepperoni and cheese on bread. Place bun on top and wrap in aluminum foil.
- Bake in 400° oven 8 to 10 minutes until meat is hot and cheese is melted. (You may have to unwrap one and check.)
- Remove from oven, add ranch dressing. Add any additional toppings you desire.
- Enjoy !
This sandwich is a must-try! We love this with lots of ranch dressing and cheese. Thanks Paula for this wonderful sandwich recipe, we’ll surely make this again.
Journa Liz Ramirez says
I love this! This sandwich is so delicious and easy to make. I’ll surely make this on repeat.
Great idea for a quick lunch. Tastes delicious!
The ranch sauce is the star of this sandwich – it pairs so well with the three meats. I’ll definitely be making this again. Thanks!
Claire @ A Little Claireification says
This looks so delicious Paula – I love ALL of those meats. Need a store run now. Pinned!
Lea Ann Brown says
Hi Paula. Saw this over at SNF Link party. For some reason our house has seen a sandwich revival, so had to come over and take a look. This sounds delicious and especially warm and ooey gooey with cheese. Definitely pinning this one. Thanks for the great idea.
Thanks Lea Ann! We go through sandwich phases, I like the ease of this one, thanks for pinning!
Eva Gallant says
I love sandwiches, too, although I have cut way back on bread since January as I try to get down to a reasonable weight. Your photos had me drooling!
I’ve been trying to cut back on bread too, it’s crazy the more carbs or sugar I eat, the more I want, but if I don’t take that first bite I’m good. You’re doing so good, Eva!
Julie @ This Gal Cooks says
I love a hot, cheesy sandwich. This one looks great, Paula!
What a great looking sandwich Paula! Really love the the Ezpeel Reseal packaging – definitely a time saver 🙂 Drooling over all that melty cheese – yum 🙂
Matt Robinson says
This sounds so good Paula, especially with the ranch!
Thank you, Matt. Ranch makes everything better, don’t you think?
Peter @Feed Your Soul Too says
I really like how you amped up the deli meats and made a great sandwich.
Thanks, Peter. I love a good sandwich.