Whether you prefer to use bread, tortilla wraps or even croissants, what is your favourite sandwich filling? They can be hot, cold or even both
As a Brit I'm inclined to say my favourite is a bacon sandwich with tomato sauce, but hot chicken wraps with a crisp salad are also delicious - particularly if you've made them yourself
So, what are your favourite sandwich combinations?
basil, tomato, and mozzarella on a toasty baguette! with a little balsamic vinegar
I'm been eating Arnold's Select Multi-Grain Sandwich Thins (only 100 calories each). I love adding onions sauteed in wine, fresh spinach, and Havarti Cheese. For a fuller meal I'll add a veggie burger (I'm not a Vegetarian, but I don't usually eat meat at home).
BLT (bacon, lettuce, tomato) on toast. Preferably home grown lettuce and tomatoes. Yummmmm! Counting down the days until the local veggie/fruit stand opens.
Dry cured Italian salami, juicy tomato slices, lettuce and mayo on good crusty sourdough bread - this is my on-death-row, last meal kind of meal!
Some delicious suggestions coming through again, keep 'em coming
grilled chicken with spicy sauce, mayo, cheese, tomatoes & tangy jalapeno peppers, When m out of supplies a boiled egg & tomato with a dollop of mayo, sandwich does great with lots of freshly ground black pepper!!
butter...smoked salmon slices...freshly ground black pepper..red onion rings topped with and a sprig of fennel.
A tuna melt - tuna (only authentic Genoa Tonno packed in olive oil), Mayo (Hellmans, of course) and pickle relish mixed and spread on rye toast, topped with American or Swiss cheese and then popped under the broiler until the cheese melts. YUM!
When I visited New Orleans I fell in love with the muffuletta sandwich and the olive paste in it.
Avocado that is mashed with salt, pepper and garlic. Spread over whole grain bread with sun ripe tomato slices.
deli rye stacked with thinly sliced corned beef, ham and turkey, then add a slice of cheddar cheese. then top it off with thinly sliced hard salami and chipped ham. add lettuce, pickles, banana pepper slices, mayo and Italian dressing. pop the top on and enjoy!
Don't plan on donating plasma for a couple of days though! Your blood will plug up the filters and it will take forever!
My mom has been making these ever since I can remember -
Vegetarian Ruben Sandwiches (MUCH better than corned beef, imo!)
Rye or Sour Dough Bread (I prefer Sour Dough)
Thin slices of avocado
swiss cheese (I hate swiss cheese so I leave it off)
Thousand Island Dressing
Grill on a panini grill or in a pan.
garden-fresh, (preferably my own) vine-ripened tomatoes on fresh bread (homemade, of course), butter (not marg), salt & pepper - heaven
barring that, chicken salad wrap
I never met a sandwich I din't like...from NY deli sandwiches to New Orleans Muffuleta/Crawfish Po-Boys to a Texas Sliced Beef Bar B-Q sandwich. Italian Salami, Roast Beef, Corned beef Rueben, and even Chopped Liver with Golden Spicy mustard on Jewish rye/Honey Wheat. Heck...my Grandma use to to make this Ground Balogna Spread that I could eat my weight in...when I was a kid. Yeah...Well Done, Earl of Sandwich...you are by far...the greatest inventor of all time!
On a Side Note...the sides to a sandwich are very important.
Potato Salad with Deli and Texas Bar BQ sandwiches...is essential. Potato Chips with Po-Boys...and Homemade sandwiches. All Deli and Homemade sandwiches MUST be accompanied by an Ice Cold Kosher Dill Pickle Spear. It is a requirement.
And For Drinks with your basic sandwich: Anything from Louisiana in sandwich form goes good with Ice Cold Beer or Iced Tea. That goes for Texas Bar BQ sandwiches, as well. (Also...any Italian Sandwich...emphasis on a cold beer...preferably one from Italy!) For that sandwhich around the house...Soda Pop! Either Orange Soda or Dr. Pepper. I think I'm going to go make me a sandwich...right now! Great Topic...Got Carried Away!
Ya' know your right...I did forget the coleslaw...it's a must for the sandwiches you mentioned. It's also good on top of a Chopped Liver Deli sandwich! (Also...good with fried chicken and/or fried catfish...but that's another topic for another day.)
Pat says pickles improve almost any sandwich (except possibly honey).
Tricia says yuck to pickles.
Roast beef, swiss cheese, and horseradish...all washed down with a nice cold beer. Yum.
Lean sliced brisket on a club roll w/russian dressing and coleslaw - yummy!!!
crunchy peanut butter, romaine lettuce and extra old cheddar cheese
Pork, applesauce, thick crusty bread.
Turkey, Brie cheese,cranberry sauce.
I am definitely a chicken salad fan. I have never been a big sandwich fan, but chicken salad sandwiches are amazing! Especially on a croissant!
Whatever the cold-cut, I prefer evreything Boar's Head. My all-time favorite is one of the two:
Cooked Ham with Swiss and spicy brown mustard
Cooked Ham with horseradish cheddar
What is that stuff exactly. Looks a little bit covered up in those medicine bottles!
(80'S Group)Men at Work: Land Down Under : "He just smiled...and gave me a Vegemite sandwich...." Never knew what that was?
peanut butter and grape jelly is my fav (with a big glass of milk)
also like rueben's and blt's (but with mustard, not mayo)
When I'm feeling hungry and I need a quick snack, peanut butter on a sandwich or toast does the trick.
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