Sandwiches are one of the most versatile dishes; they can be adapted to anyone's tastes, and can make a tasty, simple snack or a substantial dinner. It can be made with inexpensive ingredients or the finest, most expensive ones.
Here are some of my favorite sandwich recipes.
By- Reviewed . Published Mar 20, 2023.
Vegan grilled eggplant sandwich
Hearty and filling, vegan doesn't have to mean boring sandwiches, and this fantastic grilled eggplant sandwich with avocado mayo will be a rousing success at the table.
Sabich - Egg and salad pita sanwich
If you're looking for a light, nutritious, simple sandwich with a Middle Eastern or Mediterranean flair, this is the one for you. Leave the eggs out, and you have a great vegan version.
A three-layered sandwich with avocado, egg, mayo, and vegetables that are creamy and sumptuous. Make them into bite-sized sandwiches for appetizers, or full-size ones for snacks.
Fancy, eh? You can make these cucumber sandwiches as a snack, appetizer, or full-size ones for lunch. You'll also get my secret to prevent your cucumber sandwiches from getting soggy.
Pork sausage sandwich
Halfway between sandwich and burger, this amazing casing-less spicy pork sausage sandwich with mayo ketchup sauce is so simple yet complex. There's no way not to love it.
Chimi burger sandwich
I present the famous Dominican chimi sandwich, the Caribbean nation's favorite street food. You can now make it at home, with flavors that compete with the most popular street vendors.
What better way to impress your guests than with this easy, but spectacular savory sandwich cake with avocado and shrimp? Sandwich cakes are popular in all of Latin America, and – strangely enough – Sweeden too!
Rikitaki ground beef and eggs sandwich
Enjoy this tasty complex but easy-make ground beef, hard-boiled eggs, cabbage, and green tomatoes Dominican version of a sloppy Joe.
Roast pork sandwich de pierna
A tasty sandwich perfect to reuse Christmas pork roast, Sandwich de pierna is uncomplicated, flavorful, and a quick, lovely dish for the day after Christmas.
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