The Caprese salads beautiful simplicity requires only mozzarella, basil leaves, and tomato, dressed in a little salt and olive oil. Turning this salad into a sandwich is easy. This recipe recommends grilling the tomato and cheese on soft white bread, until the bread is toasted golden and the cheese is melted. Then, you add the fresh basil leaves and a few thin slices of avocado.
This recipe is more than just a ham and Swiss cheese sandwich, it is filled with a decadent cheese sauce, that is also easy to make. With a little dab of hearty mustard and your taste buds will be on sensory overload. This sandwich comes together in just under 30 minutes, and makes an easy and fast weeknight meal.
One of the most beloved sandwiches is also the simplest: Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato. In this southern style BLT, the red tomato is swapped out with a succulent cornmeal dusted fried green tomato. This delicious sandwich comes together in just under 30 minutes.
This simple yet delicious and accessible international sandwich, featuring a combination of pork and pickled vegetables will surprise your family. Pair this hearty sandwich with a simple green salad for a complete meal.
The classic French Dip is tender slices of chuck roast served on crusty French rolls, with a side of rich au jus. In our version, the chuck roast is slow cooked with beer, broth, onions, and spices and is topped with melted provolone cheese. This sandwich is a mouthwatering masterpiece.
Pastrami and beer are two American favorites. All it takes is 20 minutes from start to finish to have an amazing sandwich that eats like a meal. Though the recipe calls for Swiss cheese, it’s also great with provolone too. You can also cook the pastrami in the crock pot and let it marinade all day so that its ready when you come home from work. Pair this modern deli classic with French fries and a kosher dill pickle.
This pulled pork sandwich is an instant classic. The savory combination of Southern Style Apple Cider Vinegar Barbecue Sauce & Coleslaw pairs excellently with the fork-tender pulled pork. This sandwich is tangy and melts in your mouth.
This sandwich is rich with the full flavors of succulent prime rib and spicy celery giardiniera. This is a classic recipe from Chicago that will remind you of the windy city. For even more decadence melt some savory mozzarella cheese over the prime rib. Pair this sandwich with a savory potato salad or coleslaw.
In this recipe, you are not actually working with ground bologna. The reason we call it a “burger” is because of the shape and thickness of the of bologna. Dress it up with sautéed onions, peppers, and a bold cheese, and you have a simple yet delicious "burger" that is sure to become a family favorite.
This African treat is sure to be a crowd pleaser. The combination of cheddar cheese, chutney, red onions and puff pastry is a guaranteed party in your mouth. If you are looking for elegant and simple lunch recipes, this is the recipe for you.
This sandwich is as simple to make as grilled cheese! It combines buttery-smooth avocado, pizza sauce, and tangy melted mozzarella, on slices of freshly toasted bread. For the total California experience, use sourdough bread.
Instead of a dollop of mustard, this version features sharp cheddar cheese and a scrumptious homemade coleslaw that is made with horseradish mayo. If you do not have a panini grill, just place a heavy pan on the sandwiches to press them on the grill. These tasty sandwiches would be an excellent choice for a St. Patrick’s Day menu, complete with your favorite Irish brew!
There is nothing like the taste of buttery, melted Swiss cheese paired with tender sautéed mushrooms and caramelized onions. This deluxe Swiss melt would make a terrific meal alone, you could also serve it with a steaming bowl of homemade tomato soup.
Instead of the usual boring turkey sandwich, try this easy version, elevated with tangy cranberries, savory bacon, creamy brie, and slices of sweet pears. You could also make these sandwiches with sliced turkey from the deli.
These yummy sandwiches have fresh eggs, tender-crisp romaine lettuce leaves, and a slice of tomato. Grill the bread with a little butter, and you have a delicious breakfast meal that no fast-food restaurant drive thru can top. You can add bacon or cheese if you like.
This sandwich is a mashup of two classic favorites, French onion soup and a meatball sub. The additions of onions and flavorful cheese result in an instant masterpiece. This recipe only takes 40 minutes from start to finish. You can show your friends or family that you can think outside the box to come up with a culinary masterpiece.
This sandwich blends the complex sweetness of sweet potatoes with the nutty goodness of garbanzo beans. The flavor nuances are boosted with pure maple syrup and a tart hint of apple cider vinegar. It is all topped off with heavenly melted gruyere cheese, and served on a toasted pretzel roll. Serve them as a warm entrée with a side of creamy cole slaw.
This delicious marriage of savory corned beef, tangy sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and creamy Thousand Island dressing started appearing on menus in the 1950s. It is traditionally served on toasted rye bread, but marble rye bread is equally delicious. This version features gouda instead of Swiss, and is toasted to golden perfection under your broiler. Serve it deli-style with homemade potato chips and a dill pickle spear.
Does your family enjoy the delightfully complex flavors of Indian cuisine? How about trying an Indian-inspired sandwich with an aromatic spice mixture and homemade chutney! The combination of cheese, sliced tomatoes and red onions is gooey perfection. And, the velvety chutney kicks up the flavor volume a few notches. This recipe might become your family’s favorite international grilled cheese sandwiches!
There is something comforting about the buttery bread and the warm and gooey cheese. The vodka marinara sauce and garlic give this sandwich a definite festive Italian feel. To get superior results, use a sourdough bread to stand up to the sauce.
Many Asian cuisines combine tender cuts of meat with thick, sweet and savory sauces resulting in delicious BBQ. This sandwich, represents one of the best representations of fusion between sandwiches and Asian inspired BBQ. The addition of fresh jalapenos and garlicky mayonnaise send this sandwich over the top.
If you love lobster rolls but don’t want to pay the exorbitant price, then this mock recipe is what you need. The Greek yogurt takes away the fishy flavor and gives you a creamy and tangy finished product. If your family loves seafood, but your budget doesn’t allow for lobster, then this sandwich is perfect.
Here is a modern spin on a Italian submarine sandwich; build it on a nice crusty Italian loaf with a salty slice of mozzarella cheese. Feel free to serve this at room temperature, or toast with a panini press.
Peanut butter and apple sandwiches are the perfect flavor combination for after school snack. The grilled peanut butter goodness tantalizes both the taste buds and satisfies any hunger cravings. Using a tart Granny Smith apple pairs nicely with the sweet nature of the sugar and peanut butter. Your family will love this recipe.
This recipe calls for three different Italian cold cuts, mozzarella, briny olive tapenade, and fresh vegetables. Olive oil and balsamic vinegar make a simple dressing. Serve these delicious bites on an antipasto platter, or alone for a simple lunch or dinner.
This prime rib sandwich features not only prime rib but also, mushrooms, peppers, tomatoes to enhance the savory flavors. If you are tired of the same old sandwiches over and over, then why not pull out all the stops with a Prime Rib & Sautéed Vegetables Sandwich?
Native cooks in Puerto Rico developed this fantastic emparedado (the Spanish word for sandwich), with tempting layers of shaved steak, American cheese, mayonnaise, peppers, and tomato. Instead of bread, they use grilled slices of sweet plantain. This delightful sandwich will be the subject of conversation around the dinner table.
There is something magical when you combine bananas and peanut butter together with warm, toasty bread. The semi-sweet chocolate chips take this sandwich to a whole new level. Give your family something to shout about when you serve these royal sandwiches for a simple lunch or after school snack.
Although there are many delicious interpretations, the Monte Cristo is traditionally made with ham, turkey, Swiss cheese on French toast. Instead of making French toast from scratch, in this version, we save time by utilizing frozen French toast. It is a snap to build the sandwiches and toast them in a pan.
This recipe combines hearty ground beef in a simmering sauce of onions, peppers, and mushrooms. For a cheesy kick, add a few slices of Provolone cheese. This scrumptious sandwich is sure to become a family favorite.
Here is a flavorful sandwich that gets some heat from a peri-peri sauce, a favorite South African condiment. It is a delightful sandwich that tops sautéed steak with French fries, ketchup, and a dash of peri-peri sauce. If you like more heat, feel free to add more of the peri-peri sauce.
The South African sandwich is a smoky mix of cheese and a savory mango chutney, resulting in an elevated international grilled cheese. You need to have a stable bread to handle the cheese and chutney. This international sandwich is sure to become a family favorite.
This elevated style of this southern sandwich combines homemade spicy jalapeno pimento cheese and crisp bacon. This modern interpretation of an elevated grilled cheese sandwich is sure to become an instant family favorite.
Tonkatsu is pork cutlets that are pounded thin, and lightly breaded, it is crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside. And is usually served on toasted white bread, with the crusts removed. Traditionally, Tonkatsu sandwiches are served plain, in our version we serve with delicious Japanese condiments.
There is no wrong ingredient that you can use to build this triple decker sandwich. This recipe calls for both ham and turkey, with a duet of buttery Swiss and mild cheddar cheese. It also features all the classic sandwich veggies, like lettuce, tomato, cucumber, and relish, and three different condiments. The key is to layer each ingredient precisely, so you get a scrumptious mouthful with each bite.
Food historians believe that tuna salad has been an American sandwich staple since the early 20th century. In this version, diced boiled egg and dill adds depth of flavor; red onion and celery gives a pleasant crunch. This is a simple lunch idea that is sure to become a favorite in your household.
Tofu takes on the taste of whatever flavors you mix with it. Using paprika, garlic, cucumbers, and other spices allow you to make a wholesome treat that is animal friendly and full of flavor. Adding a heaping helping of tartar sauce only enhances the fish like experience. This vegan sandwich is a winner.
This innovative sandwich takes advantage of some of the freshest seasonal ingredients, which are also inexpensive and easy to prepare. Create a colorful palate with thin slices of radishes, carrots, avocado, tomato, and goat cheese. Drizzle it with a generous dollop of green goddess dressing.
The combination of roasted eggplant, bell peppers, and Portobello mushrooms on focaccia makes a simple and elegant vegan entree. If you are looking for recipes for meatless Mondays then this recipe is for you.
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