1. Halve the roll and slather both sides with mustard. Arrange salami on bottom half of roll, top with several slices of peppers, then overlapping slices of cheese. Top with the pickles, a light film of mayonnaise, and the other half of the roll. Press sandwich together and slice in half. Both halves could be secured with toothpicks.
When Marvin Gapultos had a craving for adobo but didn’t know how to make it, he decided to learn his family’s recipes. Since then, he has shared the flavors of Filipino food through his Los Angeles-based food truck The Manila Machine, on his blog Burnt Lumpia, and in The Adobo Road Cookbook.