Make A Giant Party Sub In A Bundt Pan

Make A Giant Party Sub In A Bundt Pan

You can’t deny the majesty of a perfectly-curated sports-watching snack spread. A large, party-sized sub, packed with salty cured meats is always a good idea, and delish can show you how to make a real showstopper using a bundt pan.

The video above can walk you through the whole sandwich-construction process, but the most important part is the bread. To make a glorious, carb-y structure on which to build your sub, just grab a bundt pan, hit it with some non-stick cooking spray, and press two tubes of refrigerated French bread dough (Pillsbury is fine) down in the pan, pinching the ends of the loaves together to make one big dough circle. Bake the bread at 180C for 25 minutes, slice it in half (horizontally), and pile it high with whatever fillings your little tummy desires.

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