Marino’s Fried Onion and Green Pepper Sandwich

19 Sep

Susan T's Kitchen

This sandwich is named after my dad! He loved to make Fried Onion and Green Pepper Sandwiches! When he made this sandwich the whole house would smell so good with the aroma of fried garlic and onions!   I have always enjoyed eating this sandwich which brings back fond memories of my mom and dad cooking in the kitchen.  The sandwich has a  hint of garlic and a little bit of heat with the sweet taste of green  peppers smothered in olive oil. It  goes well with a glass of red wine and can be served for lunch or dinner.

Fried Onion And Green Pepper Sandwich from Susan T's Kitchen Fried Onion and Green Pepper Sandwich

Green, Red and Hot Peppers From Susan T's Garden Green, Red and Hot Peppers From Susan T’s Garden

  • 1 Green or red pepper
  • 1 small onion sliced
  • 1 clove of garlic chopped
  • 1 small hot pepper whole
  • Olive oil
  • Italian Rolls

In a large fry pan cover the bottom with olive oil and bring the heat to medium.  Add  the whole hot pepper, the sliced onion, and the chopped garlic to…

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2 Responses to “Marino’s Fried Onion and Green Pepper Sandwich”

  1. September 19, 2015 at 11:38 am #

    Good morning Susan, My mother use to make fried dough and then sprinkle it with sugar. Did your parents every make these? If so do you remember or have the recipe?   Thanks ☺   


  2. Susan T's Kitchen September 20, 2015 at 8:19 am #
    Find home made pizza dough in the pasta pizza section. Then all you have to do is deep fry your dough in canola oil or just use a fry pan. Roll out whichever size you like and use tongs to flip over until slightly brown. Hope this helped.

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