Kardea Brown’s Low Country Muffuletta ​| Delicious Miss Brown | Food Network

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Kardea Brown shares down-home, Southern dishes from her South Carolina kitchen. The cook and caterer was born and raised on the sea islands of Charleston, the heart of all Southern , and discovered to prepare in her grandma's kitchen area. Nowadays, she takes generations of family recipes and makes them her own as she cooks for family and friends at her Sea Island home.

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Low Nation Muffuletta
Level: Easy
Total: 5 hr 15 min (includes cooling time).
Active: 25 min.
Yield: 8 to 10 portions.


2 pounds frozen bread dough, defrosted.
Nonstick spray, for greasing.
1 big egg, lightly beaten.
1 tablespoon whatever bagel spices.
1 tablespoon vegetable oil.
1 sweet onion, thinly sliced.
8 ounces smoked sausage, such as Roger Wood, very finely sliced.
Spicy mustard, for serving.
Two 4-ounce jars sliced pimientos, drained pipes.
1 cup chow chow.
1/2 pound thinly sliced .
1/2 pound thinly sliced nation ham.
1/3 pound mozzarella slices.
1/3 pound provolone slices.
1/3 pound Cheddar slices.


Knead the dough to form a consistent ball. Place in a gently greased Dutch oven. Cover and let increase at space temperature level up until doubled in size, 2 to 3 hours.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

Brush the top of the bread with the egg and sprinkle with the whatever bagel flavoring. Bake the bread, exposed, till golden brown and cooked through, 35 to 40 minutes. Remove from the Dutch oven and let cool totally.

Heat the oil in large skillet over medium-high heat. Include the onion and cook till tender, about 5 minutes. Include the sausage and cook till browned, about 6 minutes. Remove from the skillet.

Cut the bread in half crosswise. To put together the sandwich, spread the spicy mustard, pimientos and chow on the cut sides of the bread halves. Leading the bottom half with half of the sausage and onions, half of the sliced up meats and half of the cheese slices. Repeat the layers. Top with the bread top. Wrap the sandwich tightly with plastic wrap up until prepared to serve. (The sandwich is best after it's rested for about an hour.).

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  1. Whoever’s reading this, i pray that whatever you’re going through gets better and whatever you’re struggling with or worrying about is going to be fine and that everyone has a fantastic day! Amen

  2. You know I hate olives too but I would love to pick up vegetables pickled eggs like but something about olives just isn’t right

  3. Looks delicious, love traditional muffaletta 😋 haven’t tried pickled chow chow

  4. I’m watching this to see what a low country muffuletta is because I’m from Metaire (that CDP next door to Orleans Parish) & I know what a muffuletta is supposed to be just like I know what a po boy is supposed to be.

  5. Giardiniera is the name this sandwich should have! That’s Italian for pickled veggies.
    Muffuletta means a sandwich with olives.
    Italian misappropriation
    plus miss-defined, nice!

  6. My mom’s favorite kind of sandwich – she always got it when visiting my brother in New Orleans. Hard to find it up north, but maybe I can make it for her after watching this the next time my parents come over…

  7. Olives on a pizza with everything else I can do but alone…no.
    Looks delicious Kardea 💗.

  8. it’s not a muffulletta unless it comes from the Muffulet region of Italy. Otherwise it’s just a sparkling giant sandwich.

  9. Ma’am, great recipe & looks delicious & I’d like to see your take on homemade thick, round pizza dough bread so I can make & try those Italian hot dogs that are huge in New Jersey, 2 most popular places seem to be Jimmy Buff’s & Dickie Dee’s , you can see them on you tube, can’t find that bread anywhere here, can get Mulfeletta at 1 place, Panera’s cafe/bakery, a chain place, they stopped making it & got so many complaints from us customers that they brought it back. God Bless you & your’s

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