Posted: 1/18/2012 5:36:06 AM
I, too, love the traditional New Orleans Muffaletta - but in having another recipe to use Pillsbury's Crescent Dough some compromise must be made. I noticed the absence of the 'olive salad' in the basic recipe. There is nothing to prevent mixing green & black olives, chopping them well, then draining in a coffee filter to prevent too much liquid spoiling the final result. Amending the recipe this way is quite tasty! If unable to bake this way, proceed as written. Make an aoili using the chopped, mixed olives mixed with a good mayonaisse to dip the sandwiches in.
Posted: 10/8/2011 4:38:53 AM
I have not made this recipe, but am extremely dissappointed. I do know, and love Muffalata sandwiches, and WHERE'S THE OLIVES? Sorry I bothered to open your email.
Posted: 10/3/2011 9:28:47 PM
Not even close to a Muffuletta. Good sandwich but should have named it something else. Not only does a muffuletta need olive salad it needs a Sicilian sesame loaf for the bread.
Posted: 10/3/2011 4:27:17 PM
There are no olives!
Posted: 10/3/2011 4:20:50 PM
This might be good but it isn't a muffuletta. A muffuletta has olive salad on it not just peppers!!
Posted: 10/18/2010 1:17:41 PM
We used roast beef,smoked cheddar, black and green chopped olives,and spicy marinated peppers and red onions--this can be eternal for game days!
Posted: 10/18/2010 1:00:17 PM
EASY CRESCENT MUFFETTA I RATE 10
Posted: 10/18/2010 11:35:56 AM
Yes I'll be making this again. Very quick and easy when you are in a hurry as always!!
Posted: 10/18/2010 11:28:28 AM
I'm making these to pack for a road trip, will definitely add chopped black and green olives, sliced green onions, celery and a little bit of garlic. Got to have the holy trinity in there.
Posted: 10/18/2010 11:02:51 AM
Are you kidding me? You don't put bell peppers in a muffuletta! I'm from New Orleans...you put green olive salad in a real muffuletta!!!