Hoagie Dip

Published Date
July 24th 2022
Average: 5 (2 votes)
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Super Bowl wouldn't be the same without the game-day snacks. And this Hoagie Dip is sure to feed a crowd. It has all the flavors of your favorite Hoagie - minus the bread. So it also makes an excellent low-carb snack. This homemade Hoagie Dip recipe is also easy to make. Most of the work will involve dicing the meats and cheeses. For the meats, we used deli ham and Genoa salami, and for the cheese, we used Provolone cheese. But you could use American cheese instead. The dressing is made with mayonnaise, sour cream, Italian seasoning, mustard and red wine vinegar. The sauce is mixed in with the cheese and meats and then mixed in fresh parsley, red onion, lettuce and tomatoes, all topped off with banana and pickled red peppers right before serving it to give you that true hoagie taste. Hoagie dip pairs well with our Keto Seed Crackers, added to lettuce to make a low-carb wrap, baguette slices, or toasted hoagie rolls.

What is a traditional hoagie?

A traditional hoagie is a sandwich filled with Genoa salami, ham, and Provolone cheese and topped with condiments like lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and Italian dressing.

What is a Pennsylvania hoagie?

It is a sandwich made on an Italian roll with various Italian meats, cheeses, onion, tomato, and lettuce, and a dressing made of spices, olive oil, and vinegar.

Why is it called a hoagie?

There are many explanations for why it is called a submarine. Still, the most popular reason is that Italian Americans who ate the sandwich worked in a shipyard at Hog Island. So the sandwiches were referred to as hogies. However, the term was eventually corrupted to hoagies.

Can I freeze hoagie Dip?

No, you can't, as it contains wet ingredients such as mayonnaise, tomato, lettuce, and onion that don't freeze well. 
Author: Chigoziri Nwachuku
Prep Time
25 mins
Cook Time
0 mins
Total Time
25 mins
8 persons.



To a large bowl, add deli ham, Genoa salami, and Provolone cheese. Mix well.
Overview of a bowl containing diced ham, salami and provolone cheese
To a medium bowl, add mayonnaise, sour cream, Italian seasoning, Dijon mustard and red wine vinegar. Mix well. 
Overview of hoagie dip ingredients being mixed in a bowl
Add the mayonnaise mixture to the meat mixture, and stir to combine.
Hoagie sauce being mixed into a bowl of diced ham, salami and provolone cheese
Add the red onions and parsley, stirring well. 
Red onions and parsley being added to hoagie dip
Just before serving, add the lettuce and tomatoes, mixing well. 
Iceberg lettuce and tomatoes being added to hoagie dip.
Place into a bowl, top with the pickled red and banana peppers. Serve with crackers, lettuce, baguette slices, or toasted hoagie rolls.
Overview of a platter with hoagie dip next to crackers, toasted bread, lettuce and tomatoes

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